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The Hartford CourantIt's really hard to stand out as incompetent while running the city of Hartford, because almost everybody who tried to do it for the past 40 years has been either a knave, a genial idiot, an ill-tempered goose or some chimera-like combination of all...
The Hartford CourantMany towns and cities have turned their backs on the Connecticut River since early in the 20th century, so New England's longest waterway often flows unnoticed through our state. But if you search it out, you'll find places like the Windsor Locks...
The Hartford CourantA glass of tap water, a cold shower and hosing down the car will cost every Metropolitan District Commission customer more this year. The reality of fee increases, following a vote of the MDC's member towns last November to fund the second phase of the...
The Hartford CourantNEW YORK — In a dimly lit room inside Grand Central Station, with a high, ornate, painted wood ceiling and a stone fireplace with a carved, winged lion insignia, a piece of the Connecticut economy came to life. There, in a gathering late Thursday,...
Bonefish Grill, a casual seafood-focused chain with more than 150 locations throughout the United States, will open its first Connecticut restaurant March 25 in the Promenade Shoppes at Evergreen Walk, South Windsor. Bonefish Grill is known for market-...
The "Dean of Sports," Arnold "Arnie" D'Angelo, held court at Maneeley's in South Windsor Monday as his fans feted him on his 60th year in the broadcast business. Better known by his street name, Arnold Dean, 78, the smooth-talking WTIC-AM (1080)...
The Hartford CourantISO New England, the nonprofit business that runs the region's electricity grid, is in line for $4 million in state assistance for a $39 million back-up control center under construction in Windsor. The control center would replace a smaller back-up...
The Hartford CourantIn some ways, 2012 was a carryover year from news of 2011, as the governor continued his aggressive economic development spending, United Technologies Corp. consummated a deal it announced in 2011, and the year's nastiest labor strike grew out of a 2011...
Pinkberry continues its proliferation in Connecticut with the opening of a fifth location, in Westfarms Mall Oct. 12. The Farmington frozen yogurt store will be located on the lower level of the mall, near the Center Court. Joining two other Hartford...
The Hartford CourantEverything is so close! The U.S Senate race is too close to call and so is the argument about who is the bigger deadbeat. Your choices: A) Chris Murphy, who appears to have fallen behind, at various times, on his rent, his mortgage, his property taxes,...
The Hartford CourantThe Hartford is selling its retirement plans business to MassMutual for $400 million, and that is not good news for jobs in the region. The hope was that a company not already in the 401(k) business would want to get into it — preferably an...
This is one of the stranger sights you will ever see traveling through the state's inland landscape. One moment you're walking along a path among towering oaks, past dried-up vernal pools and across a forest floor filled with ferns. And then you pass...
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