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Bloomfield's development spurt tinged with housing

Gregory Seay |

Bloomfield is in the midst of its biggest commercial-residential development surge in nearly a generation.

Larson’s regional transportation vision worthy of support

David MacDonald |

Connecticut legislators and Hartford city representatives need to stand up, collaborate and support Congressman John Larson's $10 billion vision to redevelop stretches of I-84 and I-91 through...

Russian Lady hit with music lawsuit

The music licensing industry has struck again, this time targeting a downtown Hartford bar for playing 10 songs for patrons, when it allegedly did not hold the rights to do so.

Greater Hartford Arts Council among nine state groups to win grants

Patricia Daddona |

The Greater Hartford Arts Council has received $30,000 in fiscal 2017 Regional Initiative Grants from the the Connecticut Office of the Arts, the state Department of Economic and Community...

$200K in Winterfest funding successfully crowd-sourced

Patricia Daddona |

Winterfest's crowdfunding campaign has raised $200,000 to save the months-long free ice skating and holiday events program, according to its website.

Hartford Radisson Hotel linked to E. Hartford casino proposal

Patricia Daddona | 1

The developer of a proposed $200 million East Hartford casino is looking to add the Radisson Hotel Hartford to his plans.

Hooker Day Parade pushed to May

Matt Pilon |

The organizers of an annual parade celebrating the Hartford founder Thomas Hooker said the event will be pushed from its usual October date to May 13, 2017.

Wadsworth offering free admission to city residents

Patricia Daddona |

For the first time ever, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art announced Tuesday it will offer free admission to all Hartford city residents, effective immediately.

Mark Twain House and Museum doing restorations to boost visitation

Patricia Daddona |

The Mark Twain House & Museum is restoring its Mahogany Suite and Carriage House Barn area, projects along with other infrastructure work that could be completed by the end of the year.

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