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  1. After Teen's Shooting, North End Family Struggles To Mend A Shattered LifeRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | The Hartford Courant

    On May 4, Deon Kelley, 15, was shot in the neck while walking on Mather Street in Hartford in an apparent case of mistaken identity. Kelley is paralyzed from the waist down as a result of the shooting.

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  2. More Than 70,000 Attend 25th Annual Greater Hartford Festival Of JazzRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | The Hartford Courant

    Chris Chhoeun, left, and other members of the Funky Dawgz Brass Band march through Bushnell Park in Hartford Sunday evening, July 17, as part of the 25th Hartford Festival of Jazz. Thousands of Jazz and music fans attended the festival over the weekend enjoyed acts by musicians such as Marcus Young and the Hartford Legacy Orchestra.

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  3. Hare Krishna Temple Going Strong In East Hartford As U.S. Movement Turns 50Read the original story

    Sunday Jul 17 | The Hartford Courant

    The Hare Krishna movement turns 50 this year and is still going strong in East Hartford. Temple Pyari Mohan Prabhu has run for 35 years.

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  4. Dan Haar: As 'Forgotten City' Basks In Spotlight, Its Revived Downtown Shows The Way For HartfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | The Hartford Courant

    It's late on a Sunday night on Euclid Avenue, a few blocks down from the largest theater district outside of Broadway, a few days before hordes of Republicans and reporters arrive, and downtown is not ready to quit. The cafes on E. 4th Street remain abuzz as a horse-drawn carriage passes a lively hotel.

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  5. Housing Choices Lock In CT's 'Virtual Apartheid'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | The Hartford Courant

    The racially tinged trauma of our time - from Ferguson to Dallas - has wrought hand-wringing, calls for progress, but few real answers. That is why recent Pew Research Center figures are alarming: 78 percent of whites think our nation has, or will, make changes needed to give blacks equal rights; only 50 percent of blacks agree.

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  6. Barbara Surwilo, 75, Rocky Hill's First Female Mayor, DiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | The Hartford Courant

    Barbara Orsini Surwilo, whose career in service to the town spanned five decades, died Friday following a lengthy battle with cancer. She was 75. A Hartford native who grew up in the Charter Oak housing project and survived the Hartford circus fire in 1944, Surwilo triumphed professionally and politically.

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  7. West Hartford Police Host Leadership Program For New England OfficersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | The Hartford Courant

    Forty-two police administrators from Connecticut and Massachusetts are taking part in a leadership training program at the West Hartford Police Department. "The course is designed to prepare [police leaders] to get them to be chiefs one day," Lt.

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  8. Firefighter Camp For Hartford Girls Aims To Break StereotypesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | The Hartford Courant

    The firefighter camp girls were working in small groups on CPR manikins, trying to keep the "green light of life" on through chest compressions, when a cry rang out. It was a light moment in a day filled with them during the inaugural class of Hartford's new Girls Future Firefighter Camp, run by the Hartford Fire Department and The Village for Family and Children's Community Life Skills for Girls program.

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  9. Is Sheff Settlement Working?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | The Hartford Courant

    If "the glass is still half-empty," as attorney Martha Stone was quoted when commenting on the current status of the Sheff v. O'Neill litigation, certainly now is the time for the controlling court to begin to measure if the remedies in the case are appropriate and working.

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  10. Manchester Man Killed In Early Morning CrashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | The Hartford Courant

    Solomon Reid, 73, of 426 West Middle Turnpike, was pronounced dead at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, police said. The accident happened at about 12:20 a.m. at Tolland Turnpike and Oakland Street.

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  11. The Price Of Justice: Enduring Two More Perez TrialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | The Hartford Courant

    The endless and arduous corruption case against former Mayor Eddie A. Perez was born anew Thursday, but if the city is ever going to see justice in the case, it will have to endure it. Six years after Mr. Perez was convicted of bribery and extortion, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the trial court erred when it combined two separate charges into one trial.

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  12. Ceremony Marks $3.4 Million Expansion Of State Veterans CemeteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    Before dying of cancer in February, the former U.S. Army sergeant learned that his final resting spot would be a fitting memorial to his service. Carriero, a Shelton resident who died at age 83, will be among the first four state veterans whose cremated remains will be placed in the just completed granite columbarium, the eye-catching centerpiece of a $3.4 million, federally funded expansion of the State Veterans Cemetery.

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  13. Hartford School Board Member Resigns For High-Ranking Schools JobRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    Jose Colon-Rivas, vice chairman of the Hartford school board and director of the city's department of families, children, youth and recreation, has resigned both positions to take a high-ranking job in the city school system. Colon-Rivas' last day in city hall is Friday.

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  14. State's Attorney Rules Hartford Officers Used...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    A report from the Waterbury state's attorney issued Thursday ruled that Hartford police officers exercised "reasonable and justified" force while using a Taser, among other methods, to subdue a South End man during an encounter that ended in his death last August. Criminal charges will not be pursued against the officers involved in a scuffle with Matthew Russo, 26, at his home on Kelsey Street on Aug. 7, Maureen Platt, the state's attorney for Waterbury, wrote in the report.

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  15. Careful How You Park Downtown: Straddling The Line Could Bring A $45 FineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    The city has been adding stripes to mark curbside parking spots in an effort to fit more vehicles in the available space. The new fine takes that effort one step further.

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  16. New Britain Firm Finalist For Farmington High School RenovationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    Kaestle Boos Associates was recommended as the finalist for the job. Now, the Farmington High School Renovation Committee is conducting background checks and checking references on the company, said Meredith Trimble, the town council liaison to the committee.

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  17. Yoga Alfresco: Finding Your Center Surrounded By Sun And SkyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    Yoga in the City, sponsored by Downtown Yoga in Hartford, offers free yoga classes in city parks six days a week. Classes are held at Bushnell Park Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m., Elizabeth Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m., Saturday at Pope Park at 11:00 a.m., which is a bi-lingual class, and Sundays at Colt Park at 11:00 a.m. No previous experience is necessary and the classes are open to all.

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  18. Supreme Court Rules Ex-Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez Didn't Get Fair TrialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    A divided state Supreme Court said Thursday that former Hartford Eddie Perez didn't get a fair trial when he was convicted of corruption charges six years ago and state prosecutors said immediately that they will retry him. The majority decision, written by Justice Richard N. Palmer, upholds an earlier decision by the state appellate court, that reversed Perez's convictions for demanding home renovation work from a contractor working for the city.

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  19. Hartford Community To Paint Third Mural Promoting NonviolenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    The sun is shining bright and the streets are quiet except for a few passing cars as Hartford based artist Tao LaBossiere and his wife, Amy, paint the wall of the The 224, behind the Knox Community Garden on 17 Niles St. Amy outlines a blue wave that stretches along the back of the building while...

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  20. 5 Things To Know ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hartford Courant

    Week dragging by? At least make sure you're caught up with everything you need to know this Thursday morning.

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