One Million Lives Lost in the Covid-19 Pandemic

HARTFORD — The Hartford Editor and Publisher Ann Marie Adams thanks God, family and friends for blessing us with our lives to carry on during the COVID-19 pandemic. We pray for world peace and health, our staff, our freelancers, our support staff and volunteers to endure this coronavirus epidemic that’s taking the lives of our […]

One Million Lives Lost in the Covid-19 Pandemic

Connecticut Journalist to Sue Halle Berry for Copyright Infringement, Media Suppression

By Gordon Henry and Jasmine Sanborn, Staff Writers HARTFORD — The Hartford Guardian‘s Publisher Ann Marie Adams is expected to sue Halle Marie Berry for loss of revenue because of media suppression, invasion of privacy, theft of services and copyright infringement. Consequently, Adams was forced to alert people about this kind of media suppression that […]

Connecticut Journalist to Sue Halle Berry for Copyright Infringement, Media Suppression

Bloomfield Residents Honor Chadwick Boseman, Black Panther Star

BLOOMFIELD – A celebration Tuesday featured a “Black Lives Matter“ mural being unveiled at the town hall with 15 local artists from Bloomfield and Greater Hartford, taking part in the festivities. Thanks to a grant from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. The 43-year-old “Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman, who died tragically last Friday after […]

Bloomfield Residents Honor Chadwick Boseman, Black Panther Star

State Arrests Avon Man For Identity Theft, Forgery

24 September 2020

AVON — An Avon man was accused of stealing someone’s identity and forging her signature, a blatant repeat of a similar incident in 2014 for the real Olivia Pope. Michael J. Cronin, 57, of 24 Kingsbridge, Avon, was arrested by Inspectors from the Division of Criminal Justice and charged with 26 counts of forgery in […]

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Lamont Issues New Fines for Wearing No Mask

22 September 2020

By Anthony Zepperi, Staff Writer HARTFORD – Gov. Ned Lamont announces Monday that there are new fines aimed at residents, who undermine the state’s masking and gathering mandates during the novel Coronavirus. Based on these new rules, residents could be fined $100 for violating the mask mandate, $250 for attending a large event and $500 […]

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Dozens of Schools Shut Down in September

21 September 2020

Anthony Zepperi, Staff Writer HARTFORD — As the new school year recently commenced, more than a dozen public schools across Connecticut have temporarily shut down classroom learning due to Coronavirus cases among students and staff, as administrators ask for transparency in school closure recommendations from the state. Gov. Ned Lamont said that schools should not […]

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Connecticut Schools Ranked Among the Best

15 September 2020

By Anthony Zepperi, Staff Writer HARTFORD — Connecticut’s schools made the grade, according to a national education report. Gov. Ned Lamont and State Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona on Friday announced that Connecticut’s K-12 schools have been ranked as the third best in the nation by Education Week in the annual education of its “Quality Counts […]

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Connecticut to Provide Food Boxes to Residents

14 September 2020

By Anthony Zepperi, Staff Writer HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont announced that state agencies, private businesses and nonprofits are working together to help provide state residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic with food boxes The Salvation Army and United Way have partnered with DoorDash, a company known for their door-to-door delivery services with restaurants, to […]

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Connecticut Cities, Nation, to Celebrate 9/11 Anniversary

10 September 2020

HARTFORD — More than a dozen solemn ceremonies will be held across the nation on Wednesday to mark the 19th anniversary of September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center and their survivors. The list below is of anniversary events in the previous year. Check each city’s website to see the virtual offerings. 2020 […]

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Hartford Public School Navigates Spyware Attack

09 September 2020

HARTFORD — A ransomware attack forced officials to cancel Hartford Public Schools’ first day of school. There was no in-person or online classes on Tuesday for Hartford Public School students. Late in the afternoon on Tuesday, school leaders said all systems impacted were restored, and that classes would begin on Wednesday. More than 200 of […]

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ConnectiKid To Host Annual Gala Online

08 September 2020

HARTFORD — ConnectiKids will host its 8th annual gala this September with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting children in Hartford. This time, the event will be held online. The festive and philanthropic evening taking place virtually will offer all an opportunity to both support children and celebrate nearly 42 years of service in Hartford […]

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