Six Degrees of Separation: How Melanie Trump Trumped The First Immigrant First Lady

Honoring Our Own: Celebrating 20 Years of Civic Journalism with Ann-Marie Adams By Rose Mendes, Staff Writer HARTFORD — Melanie Trump might be the first immigrant First Lady. But before the nation gets her into the White House, it’s apt to explore six degrees–or less–of separation with The Hartford Guardian‘s own first at the White […]

Six Degrees of Separation: How Melanie Trump Trumped The First Immigrant First Lady

Murphy Raises Gun Control – and his Profile – at Convention

By Ana Radelat PHILADELPHIA — He started his speech with a standing ovation from members of the Connecticut delegation and ended it bringing the entire convention floor to its feet. Sen. Chris Murphy’s’ impassioned, prime time speech on gun control Wednesday helped the Democratic Party showcase its commitment on the issue and helped raise a […]

Murphy Raises Gun Control – and his Profile – at Convention

Gov. Dannel Malloy and Sandy Hook Advocate to Speak at the Democratic National Convention

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy speaks during the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia (J. Scott Applewhite/AP). Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is Chairman of the Democratic Governors Association and co-chair of the Democratic Convention’s platform Committee. On Tuesday’s WBUR 90.9 radio show, Malloy advocated for Hilary Clinton, saying she should be elected president […]

Gov. Dannel Malloy and Sandy Hook Advocate to Speak at the Democratic National Convention

About 300 Head Start Programs Available This Fall

29 July 2016

NEW HAVEN — With more than 300 seats still available for the 2016-17 school year, New Haven Public Schools’ officials are working diligently to ensure families in the district are aware of an opportunity to enroll their young children into pre-k and Head Start Programs by Sept. 1. The District currently offers two programs — […]

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Historic Old State House to Close for Renovation

28 July 2016

By Fran Wilson, Staff Writer HARTFORD — The historic Old State House will close for a year because of deep cuts to the state’s budget. The Old State House on Main Street is Connecticut’s first town hall and is  famous for Amistad trial. The brick building will be stripped of its Gilbert Stuart portrait of […]

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Hartford Police Investigate Bomb Threat

27 July 2016

By Rose Mendes, Staff Writer HARTFORD  — Hartford police is still investigating a bomb threat to several public buildings on Wednesday. Deputy Chief Brian Foley said that detectives are still working at the scenes and, there was no evidence of any bombs. According to reports, threat was consistent with other bomb threats in the past […]

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Newtown Officials to Unveil New School

26 July 2016

By Rose Mendes, Staff Writer NEWTOWN — Newtown residents will honor those who died in the December 2012 mass school shooting with a memorial and will build a new school to replace the old. That’s why First Selectman E. Patricia Llodra and Dr. Joseph V. Erardi, Jr., Superintendent of Newtown Schools on Friday will unveil […]

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