- Hartford Public Schools welcomed teachers from Puerto Rico Wednesday as part of the district’s effort to fill vacancies and enhance cultural enrichment through Hartford’s new Paso a Paso Puerto Rico Recruitment Program.
- Great Pond Village, the massive multi-use project in Windsor planned for more than a decade, is advancing to the second stage as builders prepare to erect a 750,000-square-foot warehouse an a network of new roads and utilities.
- An area of low pressure will pass by just south of the state Thursday, causing morning clouds and the chance for a few showers, then the sky will become partly sunny in the afternoon with high temperatures in the 80s. It will be humid with dew points in the 60s.
- "Beyond Van Gogh," an immersive art installation exploring the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh, will be at the Connecticut Convention Center through Oct. 2.
- Root Center for Advanced Recovery is seeking a change to Hartford's zoning regulations to allow methadone and substance-use rehabilitation clinics to operate in certain mixed-use zones.
- Hartford resident Kaysle Stewart started her side business of Brown Skin Girl Flower Pots in a desire to add a little more color and bling to her home.
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- With the city of Hartford and the Hartford Police Union continuing contract negotiations, the Hartford City Council on Monday referred a resolution seeking an update on negotiations to a council subcommittee.
- The Amistad Center for Art & Culture is honoring Bloomfield native Anika Noni Rose with an exhibit that celebrates the accomplished actress now through September.
- The foreclosure, which is in the earliest stages and could still be averted, is an early sign of a shake-out that may come to the city’s downtown office market in the fallout from COVID-19.
- Live Girl was founded in 2014 as a non-profit that works with girls to build confidence and inclusive leadership from fifth grade through college, including mentoring and internship programs and summer camps, according to the organization.
- Monday looks like partly sunny skies, hot and humid with highs in the 90s and a slight chance for an evening shower or thunderstorm.
- The city of Hartford has paid millions in fees since 2017 to hire outside lawyers to defend itself against a high-profile lawsuit claiming the city should not have fired the first developers of Hartford's minor league baseball park.
- Michael Stubbs of Eskridge, Kansas, a retired film industry location manager with a love of history, painstakingly researched the story of the Connecticut Kansas Colony, as these settlers were known.
- “DEEP is closing fishing near these tributaries to protect fish populations that are gathered near these sources,” the agency said,
- Talk of a likely investigation began this week after attorney James Sandler suggested to the commission staff in a series of emails that chairman William A. DiBella had authorized the work.