Hartford Guardian to Celebrate 10th Year Anniversary

HARTFORD —  The Hartford Guardian will kick off its 10th Year Anniversary celebration on Friday, Oct. 24, 2014 at Aetna Insurance Building on Farmington Ave. in Hartford, CT. The Luncheon under the theme, Building to Empower and Engage, will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to mark this significant milestone in the new […]

Hartford Guardian to Celebrate 10th Year Anniversary

Q&A: Ebola and Africa’s Untold Stories

New America Media, Question & Answer, George White Editor’s Note: As chair of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma directs the staff and the work of the African Union (AU), the alliance of nations on the continent. In that role, Dr. Zuma – a physician – manages AU initiatives on education, the environment, […]

Q&A: Ebola and Africa’s Untold Stories

Black Women “Sick and Tired” of Low Quality Healthcare, Infant Mortality

Editor’s Note: This article was made possible by the International Center for Journalists’ Community Health Reporting Fellowship and is a part of an ongoing series on Race, Gender and Medicine in America. By Ann-Marie Adams Connecticut has the highest infant mortality rate for black babies. That’s according to the state’s own 2009 health disparities report, […]

Black Women “Sick and Tired” of Low Quality Healthcare, Infant Mortality

CL & P Needs Common Sense Approach to Increase

By Rep. David Baram Citing the need for infrastructure improvements, Connecticut Light & Power Co. has asked for a 59 percent increase in its fixed monthly service fee and another increase in its rate of return on investment. In addition, CL&P wants a 45 percent increase in the fixed fee it charges for small business […]

CL & P  Needs Common Sense Approach to Increase

Historic Pond House Celebrates Latest Addition

The Pond House Café has recently completed a major addition of a brand new patio and walkway around the historic Pond House. The project also included adding a custom built gazebo and numerous gardens surrounding the building. Recently, they held a ceremony to formally donate this patio and walkway to The City of Hartford, The […]

Historic Pond House Celebrates Latest Addition

Foodshare Partners with Center Church

24 October 2014

HARTFORD –Foodshare is making efforts to reach more people in need for food. Thanks to a generous capacity-building grant from the BJ’s Charitable Foundation, Foodshare has worked with Center Church—Meal Programs to help them purchase a commercial reach-in freezer and a commercial reach-in refrigerator, much-needed items that would otherwise be beyond their budget. The new […]

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Haunted History Tour on Fairfield Ave

23 October 2014

HARTFORD — Get ready for a spectacular Halloween tour right here in Hartford. The Haunted History Lantern Tour at Cedar Hill Cemetery  will take place on the Friday before Halloween at 453 Fairfield Ave. It’s the only night the Cemetery is open to the public after dark. Led by lantern light, attendees will visit the […]

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LGBT Ball Set for Oct. 24

22 October 2014

HARTFORD — Greater Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Chamber will host its first LGBT Masquerade Ball on Oct. 24 from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. This grand event will take place in the atrium of historic Hartford City, 550 Main Street, downtown Hartford and is co-sponsored by the office of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra. The event […]

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Obama to Host Tribal Nations Conference

21 October 2014

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will host the 2014 White House Tribal Nations Conference at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC on Dec. 3. The conference will provide leaders from the 566 federally recognized tribes the opportunity to interact directly with the President and members of the White House Council on Native American Affairs. Each […]

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