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1) Glenwood Drive-Inn 2538 Whitney Ave. Hamden (203) 281-0604 glenwooddrivein.com Voters Said: Mouth-watering! 2) Blackie's Hot Dog Stand 2200 Waterbury Road Cheshire (203) 699-1819 3) Jimmies of Savin Rock 5 Rock St. West...
The Hartford CourantAfter giving a hopeful assessment last week of the region's economic recovery, Webster Financial Corp. said Monday it is bumping up its quarterly dividend on common stock by 5 cents a share. The quarterly dividend will rise to 15 cents a share and will...
Record Store Day began in 2007 as a way for the independent record store community to have a holiday of sorts to rally around, a focal point for the year. Since then it has fallen annually on the third Saturday of April and grown steadily. Special vinyl...
The Hartford CourantAfter Henry Gift's mother died in Guyana from lack of access to medical treatment, he pledged to become a physician and bring healing to people with no access to doctors. Gift fulfilled that childhood pledge — he became an internist who provided...
There's a lot coming to Hartford-area museums this summer. Here's just a few of the biggest events: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, 600 Main St. in Hartford, will present “Virgil Marti / MATRIX 167” opening on Aug. 1. Marti’s...
The Hartford CourantThis past week saw the passing of an iconic figure, one whose power and influence was unparalleled during the height of her popularity. No, not Margaret Thatcher. I'm talking about Annette Funicello. In the mid-to-late 1950s, Annette ruled the hearts of...
The NAACP calls it a civil rights issue. An activist for the disabled fears for the safety of people with cognitive and psychiatric problems. A scientist is convinced of the risk of death. And the ACLU has a list of possible Connecticut victims. What...
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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Friday that it will delay its planned closure of control towers at 149 smaller airports – including six in Connecticut – until June 15 in order to resolve several legal challenges. The...
The Hartford CourantLast summer, the state Department of Public Health fined a Danielson nursing home $580 after a resident whose feet were not properly secured to a wheelchair suffered a hip fracture. This January, a Waterbury nursing home was fined double that amount --...
StatewideThirty-seven students from eight of the Catholic High Schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford will be honored with the Superintendent's Summa Scholar Award recognizing superior academic performance. A special ceremony will take place on Monday, April 29...
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READER SUBMITTED: 2MOMS On A Mission To Raise Funds For Connecticut Children's Neonatal Intensive Care UnitsEnfield2MOMS on a Mission, two Enfield moms committed to aiding individuals, families and organizations, is leading fundraising efforts in support of Connecticut Children's Medical Center. This past January, 2MOMs presented Connecticut Children's with the...
The Hartford CourantThe Connecticut Main Street Center is studying a building on Main Street owned by the Amato family for its potential to add residential housing downtown. The study is being done as part of the "Come Home Downtown" project, a pilot program that is also...
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