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

Fighting ISIS: A Coalition of Uncertainty

Arab American News, News Analysis, Thomas Lippman One way to grasp the immense difficulty facing President Obama as he tries to forge an effective international coalition to oppose the Islamic State is to examine the difference between this effort and the last time the United States led a diverse group of countries to take on […]

Fighting ISIS: A Coalition of Uncertainty

The Latino Political House is Divided On Immigration

New America Media, Op-ed, Carlos Arango, Juan Jose Bocanegra, Armando Vazquez-Ramos, and Nativo Vigil Lopez Those concerned with immigration reform, deportations, family separations, and unaccompanied minors surrendering at the southern border, are caught in a transfixed credibility debate about President Obama’s announcement to delay any decision to exercise executive action of administrative relief for the […]

The Latino Political House is Divided On Immigration

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

FoodShare’s President to Resign, Heads to New York

29 September 2014

BLOOMFIELD –Gloria McAdam, Foodshare’s President and CEO, has accepted a position heading an organization that fights hunger in Northern New York. McAdam will remain at Foodshare until Dec. 31, 2014 when she will assume the role of Executive Director of GardenShare in Canton, NY, near where she grew up.  During the search for a permanent […]

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OEM Controls, Inc. Employees Eligible for Benefits

29 September 2014

WETHERSFIELD – Former employees of OEM Controls, Inc. in Shelton, Connecticut who produced joystick controllers and control systems, were certified on September 9, 2014 as eligible to apply for federal Trade Adjustment Assistance. The Connecticut Labor Department is mailing an eligibility notice regarding the benefits to all affected employees and is providing information on how […]

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CRT Offers Help with Foreclosures

26 September 2014

HARTFORD — Help is available for Greater Hartford area homeowners facing foreclosure. The Community Renewal Team has housing counselors who can work with homeowners to put a plan in place to save the home from foreclosure. There are no income restrictions to participate in CRT’s foreclosure prevention and homeowners don’t need to have a foreclosure […]

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Judge Sentences Man for Murdering Wife

25 September 2014

NEW BRITAIN –  A judge sentenced a New Britain man on Thursday for murder and home invasion resulting in the death of his wife last July. New Britain Superior Court by Judge Arthur Hadden gave 40-year-old Humberto Diaz-Guzman 10 years for the murder. In June of this year,  Diaz-Guzman pled guilty to criminal attempt to […]

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