New-Crime Recidivism Rates Continue to Show Modest Improvement

By Clarice Silber and Jake Kara After years of state-backed efforts to reduce recidivism, a new report made public today by the Office of Policy and Management shows Connecticut has made steady if modest progress on how many released inmates wind up committing new crimes. The report found that of 11,245 inmates who left state […]

New-Crime Recidivism Rates Continue to Show Modest Improvement

CT Dems Pan Trump Infrastructure Plan

By Ana Radelat WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump rolled out his long-awaited infrastructure plan on Monday, which was quickly panned by Connecticut’s Democratic lawmakers, who are backing a rival proposal. Both plans face major challenges on the road to becoming reality. The basics of Trump’s plan to shore up the nation’s roads, bridges, airports, rail […]

CT Dems Pan Trump Infrastructure Plan

Here’s Where That Ram Ad Really Got Martin Luther King Jr. Wrong

By Michael Ballaban Ram debuted an ad at the Super Bowl last night featuring the appropriated words of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. If you haven’t seen it, it was bad and dumb, and has been derided pretty much across the board. But it’s not just the use of King’s words to sell […]

Here’s Where That Ram Ad Really Got Martin Luther King Jr. Wrong

Tech Savvy Conference for Girls Slated for March

20 February 2018

While women hold nearly half of jobs in our economy, they continue to hold less than a quarter of science and engineer  jobs. The American Association of University Women Connecticut Chapter is working to improve those numbers–beginnning with a tech savvy conference this March. The Connecticut Chapter will host its fifth annual Tech Savvy Conference […]

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Real Arts Way Presents Photo Exhibit

13 February 2018

HARTFORD — Real Art Ways will present an exhibition of large-scale photographs by Andrew Buck this February through May. The opening event is scheduled for  Feb. 15 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. during Creative Cocktail Hour. The exhibition will be on view through May 27. Gallery hours are 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily. […]

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Black History Series Begins at Capital

12 February 2018

HARTFORD — Capital Community College will continue its  annual lecture series on Hartford History this and every third Thursday until April. The next event, Black History is American (& Local) History, A Travelogue, is scheduled for Feb. 22 at the Centinel Hill Hall, 1lth Floor, Capital Community  College, 950 Main St at 5:30 p.m. This program […]

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Ana Navarro to Keynote Latina Symposium

08 February 2018

HARTFORD — Ana Navarro, a leading Latino political voice, will keynote the 2018 Latinas & Power Symposium at the Hilton Hotel in May. Navarro is a popular political commentator currently appearing on CNN, ABC, MSNBC, and Telemundo. She is a frequent recurring guest panelist on ABC’s The View. The event, which is in its 15 year, […]

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