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The Hartford CourantIf someone told you the total number of Connecticut residents living under the poverty line rose by 21 percent between 1990 and 2010, and that Hartford was by far the poorest city in the state, you'd figure the capital city led the way in the growth of...
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 CourantAt William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance, social media and other digital tools are in heavy use, helping agents with organization and promotion and improving the firm's success in the market and their employees' satisfaction. The Shelton-based...
A quarter century ago, Connecticut agricultural officials had 22 farmers markets on their official list. Thanks to a boom in consumer interest in fresh, healthy and locally grown produce and other farm products, that number has soared to 130. In Hartford...
Riverfest, the area's oldest Independence Day celebration, is making its way back to Hartford County at three locations: Mortensen Riverfront Plaza in Hartford, Founders Plaza and Great River Park in East Hartford. After enjoying live entertainment and...
The Hartford CourantIn 1845, a young man from the marble district of the Litchfield Hills arrived in Hartford just as the city's new rail line helped trigger an industrial boom that, by 1870, made it one of the richest small cities in America. At age 22, James G....
Hartford CourantSix Connecticut students were selected from among 85 applicant for the 11th annual "Write On," Hartford Stage's annual young playwrights competition. Over the following months, students will work with a professional playwright through a series of writing...
The Hartford CourantNortheast Utilities, now facing scrutiny over its slow reconnection of storm-damaged power lines, has established a network of connections with Connecticut's political establishment, including Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration and other...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Lobbying, Music, Music, Jim Himes
Special To The CourantJonathan White's 35-year culinary career has taken him all over the world, but his home state of Connecticut was never far from his mind. While working on Martha's Vineyard last summer, he picked up a tip from a seasonal island police officer with ties...
The Hartford CourantAfter a full-scale renovation and menu overhaul, Saybrook Point Inn's Terra Mar restaurant was in need of a new name. For inspiration, the owners and staff looked to the million-dollar view that remained. The property sits "at the mouth of the...
Tags: Tomatoes, Nature, Middletown, Connecticut, Seafood
The Hartford CourantBirch Mountain Brook starts its journey from the Case Reservoir through Case Mountain Park and tumbles down a few dams that once powered the nearby paper mills. The stream then tumbles down a high rock face creating what is known as "Wyllys Falls,"...
Tags: Connecticut, Rivers, Bodies of Water
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