The Hartford Marathon is going virtual this year because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Capitol Report: Marathon special session passes police accountability bill; teachers have safety concerns going back to school; PURA investigates Eversource
The Connecticut Senate got their turn for a ‘marathon debate’ on a police accountability bill last week. It took about 10 hours, but a 21-15 tally put the bill on Governor Ned Lamont’s desk.
Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden is set to hold a press conference urging CT senators to pass the police accountability bill during this week’s special session.
Governor Lamont and state public health and emergency management officials held a news conference Wednesday to give an update on the state’s efforts to protect residents against coronavirus.
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Hundreds of jolly runners dressed as the big man himself, Santa Claus, participated in Hartford Marathon’s ‘Run for a Clause’ Sunday morning in New London.
Nearly 1,600 young athletes completed a big task at Rentschler Field in East Hartford Tuesday morning.
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Thousands of runners, walkers and bikers gathered in downtown Hartford for the highly anticipated Eversource Hartford Marathon Saturday morning.
Security is tightening up and streets are closing down in Hartford to get ready for Saturday’s marathon.