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Margo Maine, clinical psychologist and author, will discuss body image as part of Quinnipiac University 's Campus Cross Talk series.
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In addition to offering a fun-filled night out, Muse Paintbar is often the inspiration for life's memorable moments.
West Hartford officials are looking for a woman who dropped off a rabid skunk at the vet and then left without leaving her name.
A "Blue Mama" support group for expectant and new mothers is set to start in town beginning on Thursday, March 20. Sharon Thomason of The MomSource LLC and Annie Keating-Scherer, a perinatal adjustment specialist, will offer the group for women who suffer from perinatal mood disorders - mood disorders occurring during pregnancy or up to one year ... (more)
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy nominated two judges to the Appellate Court, and 16 attorneys to the Superior Court Friday in what could be his last round of judicial nominations.
The explosive growth of the urgent care industry is attracting private equity and investor attention across the country.
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The Mandell Jewish Community Center will hold a Purim party on Sunday, March 16, from 4 to 6 p.m. Families are invited to wear costumes and enjoy food and child-friendly activities at the party, which "celebrates one of the most festive holidays of Judaism, Purim," according to a release from the JCC.
The town is seeking proposals from private companies to modernize and operate its Brixton Street transfer station and green waste recycling center in order to reduce costs and increase revenues for the town.
Dr. Rick Liftig comes from a family of dentists. He shares why he loves working in West Hartford.
The show, which was started in 1958 by then-band director Bill Stanley, showcases Hall's jazz bands, dancers and singers.
Judging from this week's news from higher education, the 1978 comedy film "Animal House" might pass for a documentary.
I'm a bit ashamed to admit what I found in my kids' bathroom trashcan. No, it's not what you may be thinking a€¦ Although I occasionally get accused of stalking, and I definitely put my journalistic curiosity and skills to work keeping tabs on their whereabouts, I am usually quite "hands off" when it comes to monitoring what my kids throw away.
Jury selection began Wednesday for Jose "Fat Boy" Medina, a 23-year-old West Hartford man accused in connection with a double homicide on Francis Street in the city's Parkville neighborhood on New Year's Day 2011.
The Courant's Sunday section on the arts had a reference to the Musical Club of Hartford.