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Hartford voids all parking tickets from Thursday

Due to a May 21 city-wide electronic meter outage that prevented motorists from paying for parking in public spots, the Hartford Parking Authority on Wednesday said it has voided all parking tickets...

Hartford ranks 11th among nation's fittest cities

The Greater Hartford metropolitan area is the 11th fittest city in the nation this year, an improvement of one spot since 2014, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.

Summer Green Guide publishes

Dive deep into the environmental law enforcement at the Connecticut Attorney General's Office, take a look back at 75 years of garbage at the Hartford Landfill, find out how to create fashionable...

Hartford parking kiosks experience rare outage

Matt Pilon |

After a rare system-wide outage, Hartford's parking chief said Thursday that the city's 254 electronic parking kiosks are working again.

AAA: 1.5M New Englanders to hit the road for Memorial Day

Memorial Day traffic in New England should be about 5.4 percent heavier than it was a year ago, according to AAA.

Delta Air Lines grounds travel websites

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Some leading travel websites are a no-fly zone as far as Delta is concerned.

Metro North gets $967M loan for safety enhancements

The Federal Railroad Administration has finalized a $967 million loan to help Metro North, which operates the train service from New Haven to New York, install safety technology known as...

CTfastrak: 150,000 rides in first five weeks

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The state's new dedicated New Britain-Hartford bus lane provided more than 150,000 rides since it began running March 28, officials announced.

Roth matches compassion with entrepreneurial spirit

John Stearns |

Julianne Roth tried her entrepreneurial hand straight out of college, launching an errand-running business. It lasted about a year and Roth discovered she had more to learn about owning and running...

New Haven line ridership ticked up last year

Ridership on the New Haven commuter rail line ticked up to a record high last year, officials announced.

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