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Few dining experiences are as convenient and entertaining as kaiten-style sushi.
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The town council on Tuesday voted 8-1 vote to approve tearing down the shopping center at the corner of Prospect and Farmington avenues and the construction of a new, 14,820-square-foot Walgreens with a drive-up pharmacy window.
A 4-year-old child who was found wandering around Chatham Street Tuesday evening has been returned to his family, police said.
A former florist from Springfield was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison for a Christmas Eve 2011 armed robbery at an Enfield package store.
Communication Advocacy Network has offered American Sign Language noncredit classes for the adults starting on March 20th at the Mark Twain Room, 151 New Park Ave, Hartford, CT from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
Home is supposed to be the safest place to leave our pets when we can't take them with us.
A few weeks ago, Sgt. Eric Smith barreled through a red light on a city street, hit speeds of 80 mph on I-91 and knocked down a light pole on Prospect St., according to investigators.
Despite complaints from nearby businesses and residents, the state can keep the Amtrak pedestrian crossing on Hartford's Flower Street in Hartford closed, according to a new court decision.
The Farmington Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited will hold its 16th Annual Banquet at 6 p.m. on Friday evening, March 21, at the USS Chowder Pot on Brainard Road in Hartford.
The state is close to spending an additional $6.2 million on Hartford's Front Street, on top of the tens of millions of dollars in taxpayer funds already invested in the downtown entertainment district.
Hartford Federal Credit Union , headquartered at 964 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, has merged with Wiremold Federal Credit Union .
The Dude still abides at Hartford's Spotlight Theatre, which hosts its second annual Dudefest, a late-night party celebrating "The Big Lebowski," on March 15 starting at 10 p.m. The movie will be shown, and there will be a costumed look-alike contest, white Russians, special milkshakes and Kahlua girls.
Accidental heroin deaths in Connecticut last year were up 48 percent from 2012, mirroring a trend across New England and the nation that the U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Monday called an "urgent public health crisis."
"And I'm still discovering new gems in the material," he said. "Audience members, especially western-thinking members of the human race can re-think and re-adjust how we see or perceive the world around us," he said.
She's got a new album in the works, but it's nowhere near finished yet. Her Emmy-winning Food Network show, "Trisha's Southern Kitchen," is doing just fine, thanks, and two of her three cookbooks have become New York Times bestsellers.
Route 44 is closed in New Hartford following a rollover crash, which state police said may be related to an ice slick on the road.