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Best Friends Pet Care Treat Truck for Dogs is bringing canine to local dog parks this week.
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The doorbell of the apartment in a modest brick building in a quiet residential neighborhood in Washington Heights rings like Big Ben announcing the queen.
First impressions: You can get lost in love -- not to mention in the garden maze of a set -- in this stylish production of the Shakespearean perennial.
Photographs of 63 men and women from Connecticut who were killed in Iraq and Afghanistan hang in the underground passage between the Legislative Office Building and the state Capitol.
Mayor Pedro Segarra on Thursday rejected more than half the cuts made to his proposed $543.9 million budget by the city council, opting for an additional $3.9 million in reductions instead of the $8.6 million approved by the council.
As long as forecasted rain holds off, the town will celebrate the Memorial Day holiday with the annual parade and Fairview Cemetery flag placement ceremony.
Jury selection has begun for Traistyn George, suspected of fatally stabbing a man at a house party in February of 2012.
Join us! On Thursday, June 27th, Playhouse on Park and West Hartford Community Television will be hosting a toast in honor of Mr.
Kirsean Chatfield, who was born in 1997, is also charged with first-degree unlawful restraint and second-degree false statement.
The man who attacked and raped a runner in October 2010 on Fern Street in West Hartford - creating fear throughout the town's active running community until his capture - is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday afternoon.
"We believe that there is a strong possibility our case may be related to the most recent case in West Hartford, and we have been working with them to share information," Manchester police spokesman Capt.
The Good Purpose Gallery, 40 Main St., will host Writers Read, a monthly series of established poets and writers reading from their works, at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, May 24.
According to the town highway department, milling work on Addison Road between Griswold Street and the East Hartford town line will start June 6. Milling and paving work has begun along Oak Street in East Hartford to the town line.
A free program on the history of the Latino vote in Hartford will be held Wednesday at St.
There are two vehicles involved, according to a traffic alert from the state Department of Transportation.
Registration is open for the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center's big event, the Stowe Prize Big Tent Jubilee, which will take place on May 30 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. on the Stowe Center grounds, 77 Forest St., Hartford.
Central Connecticut residents are invited to share their opinions about local bus service, the Dial-a-Ride program and the potential for passenger train service in the city when a state panel convenes a hearing Wednesday evening.