HARTFORD – Police say the city’s camera network has helped them solve a shooting that occurred two weeks ago. Police say that on Saturday, January 4th, just before 9 p.m., officers were dispatched to the area of Wyllys Street and Wethersfield Avenue, in response to a ShotSpotter activation that indicated three gunshots had been fired. READ MORE.
Watch a preview of Nilaja Sun in Pike St., which Broadway World calls “A beautiful, brilliant, funny, heartbreaking performance.” Playing now – Feb. 2. Get tickets! –> bit.ly/hsc-pike Read the article on facebook.com READ MORE.
“The sweeping musical adventure is a coming-of-age tale, a romance, a travelogue, played out as grandly and colorfully as possible while staying in some semblance of a real world.” – Hartford Courant The musical “Anastasia,” which premiered at Hartford Stage in 2016 and was on Broadway for two years, returns to Hartford via its first READ MORE.
MANCHESTER – A Hartford man was arrested Friday during a traffic stop in which police found fentanyl and cocaine packed for sale, police said. Read the rest of the article on journalinquirer.com READ MORE.
HARTFORD – A state man who was convicted of trafficking fentanyl and other drugs was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison, according to federal authorities. Jeremy Rodriguez, 22, of Hartford, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Michael P. Shea in Hartford to a total of 121 months in prison to be followed READ MORE.
6 PM TOMORROW: MAYOR BRONIN ACTIVATES 18-HOUR SNOW PARKING BAN HARTFORD, CONN. (January 17, 2020) - Mayor Luke Bronin is activating an eighteen-hour parking ban for the City of Hartford, beginning at 6 PM on Saturday, January 18th and ending at 12 noon on Sunday, January 19th. The City’s warming center at the former Milner School READ MORE.
“Overall, our housing market is in slightly better shape this year, when compared to last year. Pending sales are an encouraging sign for the first quarter of 2020.” Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
herb-n-kitchen Located at the Hartford Hilton, Herb-N-Kitchen is a solid breakfast/lunch/I want to drink right now option. They have locally sourced ingredients, grab and go […] Read the rest of the article on hartford.com READ MORE.
karobean kitchen Oxtail, Hawaiian chicken, mac and cheese, and jerk salmon, oh my! This authentic Caribbean soul food joint has so many delicious options for […] Read the rest of the article on hartford.com READ MORE.
HARTFORD — Police arrested two people Friday after a suspicious incident at the Milner Middle School. HPD received reports shortly before 4 p.m. that two suspicious people were outside of the school at 150 Tower Avenue with masks and guns. The school was immediately placed on lock-down, as officers responded. Officials say within minutes, officers READ MORE.
John Lodge, legendary bass player, songwriter and vocalist of The Moody Blues, is set to perform at Infinity Music Hall in Hartford March 4. John is a recent inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and he is bringing his ‘Classic Moody Blues’ solo tour to the U.S. for a short run with READ MORE.
HARTFORD — Mayor Luke Bronin announced Friday that an 18-hour parking ban has been activated this weekend in the Capitol City. According to a press release, the ban will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday and end at 12-noon Sunday. With inches of snow and low temperatures make their way, Hartford’s warming centers will be available. READ MORE.
Also pls note: We expect thousands of people to attend events throughout the day and in the evening tomorrow, so we will not start ticketing and towing near event venues until after events are over. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
I hear you @SeaTeaImprov and I’m sorry. We can’t start ban that late because snow is starting mid-afternoon & it takes our @HartfordPolice team a few hours to clear routes once ban starts before our @HartfordDPW team can clear snow. But we *will* accommodate event parking. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.