Hartford making huge strides to bridge the digital divide. The city is making free wi-fi access available to all residents and businesses in the coming weeks and months. It’s a partnership with the Dalio Education Initiative and Harford Foundation.
If you’re in the market for a firehouse, Hartford has it. The city has put a historic, now unused, firehouse on the market and they’re open to ideas for the space’s next chapter.
Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays are currently a team without a home as MLB’s shortened 2020 season opens up Thursday. Could they find temporary lodging in Hartford?
‘Every single person needs to be counted’: New effort underway in the state to get everyone counted in the Census 2020
Getting you to fill out the census, that was the goal today in Middletown and Hartford where state and local leaders announced a new effort to get everyone counted in the 2020 Census.
Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin will join the state’s NAACP president and others Thursday to announce CVS Health will continue operating the ‘rapid result’ COVID-19 testing site at the Samuel V. Arroyo Recreation Center through September.
Members of the Black America Undivided (BAU) held a press conference at the State Capitol Saturday to discuss the police accountability bill that is set to be addressed in the upcoming Special Session.
The city of Hartford is making a huge commitment to provide all city residents and businesses with high quality high speed internet access.
The displaced Toronto Blue Jays will play in Buffalo, New York, this year amid the pandemic, despite overtures from state and city officials in Connecticut this past week.
The Hartford Public Library is reopening its downtown branch today with new safety measures to be implemented.
Mayor Bronin announces discipline for Hartford Police chief; city council votes down resolution to suspend chief
Mayor Luke Bronin has released his discipline for Hartford’s chief of police Monday afternoon after the chief hit a guardrail in his city-issued SUV six weeks ago. The city council is set to meet Monday evening to consider the incident.