Local News for Hartford, Connecticut


Connecticut taxpayers speak out on new toll proposal

HARTFORD- The heated debate surrounding tolls in Connecticut continues as Democrats announced they are now not on board with tolling cars, instead they want Governor Ned Lamont to consider a trucks-only toll. House Majority Leader Matt Ritter is asking Governor Lamont to consider truck-tolls on 12 of the 14 bridges in the Governor’s transportation proposal READ MORE.

“Turkey Tuesday” celebrate 20 years of helping people

HARTFORD — It was a turkey take over in downtown Hartford for “Turkey Tuesday” at City Place! The annual food drive is for FoodShare and is celebrating its 20th anniversary. This year’s effort aims to collect more than 15,000 turkeys and truckloads of non-perishable items. John Mutchler and his family wanted to help the drive: READ MORE.

Governor Lamont Statement on House Democrats’ Transportation Proposal

Report by Paula Antolini, November 19, 2019, 4:50PM EDT (HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont released the following statement regarding the transportation proposal announced today by the House Democratic caucus: “I am appreciative of House Democrats’ thoughtful contribution to the discussion about Connecticut’s economic future and the critical need for investment in our transportation system. READ MORE.

A Christmas Carol

Watch a Preview of A Christmas Carol-A Ghost Story of Christmas. It’s a Connecticut favorite family holiday tradition! November 29-December 28. Get your tickets now! –> bit.ly/hsc-acc Read the article on facebook.com READ MORE.

Lessons from Teacher of the Year Narciso Moquete

Last year, SAND School fourth grade teacher, Narciso Moquete was named Teacher of the Year. Well into this new academic year, Moquete continues to exemplify the qualities that made him a standout, emphasizing the home-school connection with every single student and family. Hartford Public Schools talked to him about how the year is shaping up; READ MORE.