Some Hartford Residents Accuse Officials of Voter and Ethnic Media Suppression

Voters say City Officials are behind voter and media suppression that seek to undermine the minority population's vote.

Some Hartford Residents Accuse Officials of Voter and Ethnic Media Suppression

Kids in the Hall’S Star Kevin McDonald Comes to Hartford

HARTFORD — Wanna learn about theater? Learn from the Kid’s in the Hall’s star, Kevin McDonald. Then watch his show. All shows take place at the Sea Tea Comedy Theater, 15 Asylum Street, Hartford, CT. Get your show tickets here. The Kevin McDonald master class takes place at Sea Tea Improv Studios, 75 Pratt Street, Hartford, CT. Register for […]

Kids in the Hall’S Star Kevin McDonald Comes to Hartford

Secret Investigation After Adam Lanza Shooting in Newtown Prompts News Series in Hartford

HARTFORD — In December 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza shot 26 children and adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The killings reverberated across the country—and most definitely here in Hartford. Under the supervision of Lt. Paul Vance, the message one year later to journalists was clear. There was no definitive or singular reason […]

Secret Investigation After Adam Lanza Shooting in Newtown Prompts News Series in Hartford

Hartford Officials Open Warming Center

14 November 2019

HARTFORD — Cold weather is expected. And the capital city wants to help keep the homeless warm during the chill. Hartford officials will have day-time warming centers and an overnight warming center open this week.  The overnight warming center will be at the Arroyo Recreation Center, and it will be open from 7 p.m. – […]

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Organizer, LGH President Ted Carroll to Retire

13 November 2019

After more than 30 years, community organizer Ted Carroll will retire as President next summer from Leadership Hartford. The effective date is June 30. Carroll recently announced his retirement to the organization’s board of directors.  The board has begun a national search for his successor. The LGH was founded in 1986. It trains and connects […]

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FBI Warns Residents of Hoax

11 November 2019

G. Shirley, Staff Writer HARTFORD — The Federal Bureau of Investigation in New Haven on Monday said that residents in urban areas may be receiving a call saying they are the subject of an FBI investigation. FBI New Haven posted the news on twitter to warn potential victims of scammers. Hoax alert! If you receive […]

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The Cosby Show And Me

09 November 2019

One woman’s journey after she learned The Cosby Show was based on her family in the 1980s. By Ann-Marie Adams, Ph.D.  | @annmarieadams What if I told you that The Cosby Show was partly based on me and my family? You would probably not believe it. But it is true. That’s the conclusion after a seven-year […]

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Hartford’s First Black Female Mayor Dies

07 November 2019

Her Death Was Reported One Year Later By Ann-Marie Adams, Staff Writer HARTFORD — Former Hartford Mayor Carrie Saxon-Perry , who was the city’s first black female mayor, died last November. She was 87. Her death was reported last week by relatives including Richard Howard, one year after she died from a heart attack at […]

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Luke Bronin Wins, Council Loses Two

06 November 2019

By Hartford Staff HARTFORD — No surprise here in Hartford. In an overwhelmingly Democratic city, the incumbent Mayor of Hartford Luke Bronin on Tuesday captured 77 percent of the votes in the 2019 mayoral election. Despite his secured nomination as a favorite of the Democratic Town Committee Chairman Marc DiBella, Bronin campaigned hard, rolling out […]

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Voting Begins Today in Hartford

05 November 2019

By Ann-Marie Adams, Staff Writer HARTFORD — Voting polls opened at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, and Hartford residents trickled into polling stations to cast their ballot for who they think should lead the capital city of Connecticut. This year’s elections are being held in 165 out of 169 municipalities in the state. In addition, voters […]

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Hartford Guardian Begins Fall Fundraising

31 October 2019

HARTFORD — Starting Nov. 1, The Hartford Guardian will launch its fall 2019 fundraising drive to raise $20,000 by the end of the year. Since its founding in 2004, The Hartford Guardian has prioritized transparency and integrity in its reporting. The online publication exists to build communities by doing quality journalism to cover every neighborhood […]

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