Quinnipiac Poll Shows Foley Leading Malloy in Gubernatorial Race

HARTFORD — Eight weeks before the gubernatorial election, Connecticut voters are thinking Republican candidate Tom Foley would do a better job than Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. That’s according to a Quinnipiac University Poll released on Wednesday. The poll shows Foley leading with 46 points to Malloy’s 40– when asked who would do a better […]

Quinnipiac Poll Shows Foley Leading Malloy in Gubernatorial Race

John Dempsey Hospital Has Some Explaining to Do

By Ann-Marie Adams The University of Connecticut’s John Dempsey Hospital has some explaining to do. After months of requesting medical records for an emergency visit to this hospital in April, I have yet to receive all my records, primarily to prove the horror that occur on that faithful day I was forced into the hospital. […]

John Dempsey Hospital Has Some Explaining to Do

Do We Need to Reassess Our Immigration Reform Strategy?

By Angelo Falcón, New America Media ISIS beheadings. The Putining of the Ukraine. The Ebola pandemic. The police killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. The 2014 mid-term elections. And then there is immigration reform. The immediate big question is whether President Obama will be taking decisive executive actions to stop and slow deportations before […]

Do We Need to Reassess Our Immigration Reform Strategy?

Get Ready for Gyllenhall’s Night Crawlers to Hit Movie Theaters

By Fran Wilson, Staff Writer You don’t have to be a journalist or a Jake Gyllenhall fan to anticipate this upcoming film to the big screen in October. The film, NIGHTCRAWLER, is in the selected pool for the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and will be released nationwide on Oct. 31. Critics say it is […]

Get Ready for Gyllenhall’s Night Crawlers to Hit Movie Theaters

Hartford Police Investigate City’s 10th Homicide

12 September 2014

HARTFORD – Hartford police are investigating the city’s 10th homicide after a 28-year-old man was fatally shot on Friday at the corner of Hungerford and Park streets. Police said the unidentified Hartford man was shot in the head. He already dead when police arrived. According to police reports, neighbors reported shots fired about 9:15 p.m. […]

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Bike Week to Begin at Old State House

10 September 2014

HARTFORD — How did a Civil War veteran become the father of the American bicycle and turn Hartford into the bicycle capital of the world? Join Steve Goddard, author of Colonel Albert Pope and His American Dream Machines, on  Sept. 16 at noon to discover how one Hartford factory became the largest employer in New […]

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Spanish-Speaking Center Puts Out Alert

09 September 2014

Updated Sept. 10, 2014 at 12:30 p.m. NEW BRITAIN — The Spanish Speaking Center of New Britain on Tuesday said Greater Hartford residents should be beware of deceptive business practices from the multi-level marketing company, Herbalife.  Representatives from the small faith-based community organization that has been serving low and moderate income families since 1964, said […]

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State Approves Schools for Commish’s Network

07 September 2014

HARTFORD — The State Board of Education on Wednesday approved two Commissioner’s Network plan revisions for the embattled Dunbar School in Bridgeport and Walsh Elementary School in Waterbury. Moving forward, Education Commissioner Stefan Pryor stressed the difficulty of school turnaround work, saying it requires “a continuous commitment from teachers, students, parents, administrators and the surrounding […]

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