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The Journal Inquirer
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The Journal Inquirer 10h
HartBeat Ensemble, a community-based and ensemble theater in Hartford, has released a five-part radio drama titled “Up and Down the River.” The stories speak to the struggles of Mohegan leaders from the 16th through 20th centuries.
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The Journal Inquirer 10h
A day after warning business owners they’d face a $10,000 fine for violating safety protocols meant to stop the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Ned Lamont said Wednesday the order isn’t meant to punish but rather hold “bad actors” accountable.
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The Journal Inquirer 11h
Find out which local places are building with gingerbread this year as the holiday season begins.
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The Journal Inquirer 11h
Just off Exit 68 from I-84, at 64 Merrow Road in Tolland, sits the intimate Italian restaurant Papa T’s. Though pizza is what it is most known for, this restaurant opened by a father and daughter has much more to offer than just pizza.
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The Journal Inquirer 12h
The Manchester Health Department has lifted the food license suspension on the Hungry Tiger Cafe & Restaurant after a visit to the establishment Wednesday, Fire Chief David Billings said.
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The Journal Inquirer 13h
Many are making new traditions this holiday season as people find ways to connect in a socially distant world. Reporter spoke with local families celebrating a bit differently this year.
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The Journal Inquirer 13h
The UConn men’s basketball team, playing its first game of the season Wednesday, scored more points than it did in any of its games last season. Read more about last night's game from
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Matthew Knox Nov 25
Andrew Aggarwala, the man killed in a hit and run Tuesday in Vernon, was a father and instrumental volunteer with the town's youth soccer club via
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Governor Ned Lamont Nov 25
A total of 150 towns and cities in Connecticut are now in the Red Alert Level – the highest alert level on the state's weekly COVID-19 map. To review more specific, town-level data, check out this interactive map:
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Governor Ned Lamont Nov 25
Today's COVID-19 update in Connecticut: ➡️31,232 tests were administered; 1,872 came back positive (5.99% rate) ➡️968 patients are currently hospitalized (increase of 77) ➡️There have been 45 additional deaths Read the full report at the Data Tracker:
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
East Hartford’s public schools will cancel in-person classes beginning Monday and switch to fully remote learning because the schools are facing “increasing challenges of maintaining adequate staffing to continue to deliver in-person learning."
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
Chris Powell's latest column
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
ESPN wanted to open its bank vault to lure Peyton Manning into the “Monday Night Football” booth, but he refused to go. Read more from Matt Buckler's Airtime column on
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
As winter approaches, Oliver Koenig-Paquin, 8, a third-grader at Buttonball Lane Elementary School in Glastonbury, is looking to collect at least 2,500 pairs of pajamas for children in need.
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
Venon police are asking for the public’s help in locating a vehicle that hit and killed a local man Tuesday afternoon on Phoenix Street.
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
The driver of a moped was seriously injured in an accident on Tolland Turnpike in Manchester Tuesday evening, according to police.
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
head coach Dan Hurley comments on preparing for the season opener tonight against Central via Sports Editor Neill Ostrout
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 25
East Hartford Public Schools announced yesterday that all students will be shifting to a fully remote schedule.
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The Journal Inquirer Nov 24
The East Hartford Police Department and the Hometown Foundation partnered Monday to help serve those in need this Thanksgiving.
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