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2 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
As federal investigators pressed Tuesday to obtain the state's education commissioner's emails, the Jumoke Academy charter school group acknowledged that the ex-executive at the center of a growing education scandal regularly missed rent payments while living in one of its government subsidized buildings.
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6 hrs ago | StamfordPlus.com
Hartford, CT - Achieve Hartford! today issued its first Annual Open Letter to the Superintendent and Community, urging full community attention to sustain the momentum of Hartford school improvement.
9 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
An "heavily intoxicated" off-duty Hartford firefighter was charged with breach of peace and trespassing after allegedly barging into a woman's apartment on Barbour Street Tuesday afternoon - the third alcohol-related incident involving a city firefighter since June 18. Police said Lamont Freeman, 44, of Enfield pushed his way into an apartment at ... (more)
10 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
A former student at the Special Education Learning Center at Bulkeley High School has filed a civil suit against a former program administrator and a former city teacher.
15 hrs ago | NBC Connecticut
An 86-year-old man appeared briefly in Hartford Superior Court on Tuesday, facing manslaughter charges nearly a year since a crash on Route 6 in Farmington that killed his wife, 86, a pregnant mother, 27, and her unborn child.
16 hrs ago | Patch.com
A Connecticut mother has been arrested for allegedly leaving her four-year-old home alone overnight while she went out, police said, according to NBC Connecticut.
20 hrs ago | Patch.com
The following information is from the State of Connecticut Department of Transportation-- The Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that work is to start on Sunday, July 20, 2014, for installation of pavement markings.
A Hartford mother is under arrest, accused of leaving her 4-year-old at home alone overnight and putting the child in serious danger.
About 30 protestors lined Main Street Monday, a stone's throw from where the city has suggested building a 9,000-seat minor league baseball stadium, to condemn the plan.
Fred "Cuzo" Pines was shot and killed with a .38-caliber bullet outside a city bar in 2011, a prosecutor said in Superior Court Monday.
School has normally been a breeding ground for bands. The members of the Doors, Bad Religion and Linkin Park met at UCLA, The Strokes initially connected in high school and Bear Hands singer-guitarist Dylan Rau and guitarist Ted Feldman met at the liberal arts think-tank Wesleyan University.
A proposal to build a new church in the woods at the end of the Christopher Court in East Haven has many residents frustrated.
The Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network Learning Lab will host a Multi-Media Journalist Boot Camp, Monday through Friday, Aug. 4-8.
Bouncy, jazzy tunes filled the Christ Cathedral Church downtown during a New Orleans-style mass Sunday, organized as part of the 23rd Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz.
There's a new kind of jewelry out on the market that takes a powerful stance on gun control in the Motor City and beyond.
The activities of the umbrella National Association of Jamaican and Supportive Organisations in the United States demonstrate that the role of the diaspora is much more than the remittances that it sends to families and organisations back home.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:52 pm
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