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  • Hartford Aug 6

    2 Injured in Hartford Shooting: Police

    Police are investigating after two people were injured in a Hartford shooting. The incident occurred at 1994 Main St., according to police. Two adult males were injured in the shooting. They both have non-life threatening injuries, police said. No additional information was immediately available. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 860-722-TIPS.

  • Hartford Aug 5

    Police ID Man Killed in Hartford Shooting

    Police have identified the man who was killed in a shooting in Hartford late Tuesday night. Officers were called to Norfolk and Kent streets around 9:30 p.m. after getting a ShotSpotter activation of shots fired nearby. When police arrived, they said they found a man, later identified as 49-year-old Chan Williams-Bey Sr., suffering from at least one gunshot wound to…

  • Hartford Aug 4

    1 Dead, Several Others Injured After Hartford Shooting

    Police are investigating after one person died and several others were injured following an overnight shooting in Hartford. Crews were dispatched to 818 Windsor Street after reports of a large warehouse gathering. According to officials, an adult male was pronounced dead at approximately 2 a..m. Investigators have not identified any of the victims or any additional information on the gathering….

  • Hartford Aug 4

    3 Injured After Hartford Shooting

    Three people have been injured after a shooting Hartford. Tower Ave and Greenwich St. just ater 10:30 p.m. for a Shot Spotter activation. According to police, one of the victims suffered non-life-threatening injuries, two others were in surgery. There has been no word on the identities or condition of those victims at this time. NBC Connecticut will bring you more…

  • Hartford Aug 2

    12 People Transported to the Hospital After Serious Crash in Hartford

    Twelve people were transported to the hospital after a serious multi-car crash in Hartford Saturday night. The accident happened in the area of 1200 Main St. Main Street was closed between Pleasant Street and Morgan Street Saturday night and police asked drivers to take alternate routes while they investigated. Police said three cars were involved in the crash and two…

  • Hartford Aug 1

    Opposers of Police Accountability Bill Hold ‘Back The Blue' Rally

    Those opposed to the newly signed Police Accountability Bill stood united on the steps of the Capitol on Saturday morning. Current and former police officers along with other community members say they believe the bill was rushed and thought lawmakers needed more time to find a solution to handle police misconduct. Some of the demonstrators believe that police departments and…

  • police accountability bill Aug 1

    Governor Signs Police Accountability Bill

    Governor Lamont on Friday signed into law the state’s controversial police accountability bill.

  • Hartford Jul 29

    City of Hartford to Build System for Free, High-Speed Internet for Every Resident

    The City of Hartford has announced that it plans to build a system that gives every resident access to free, high-speed internet within the next year. Mayor Luke Bronin said the city will be installing nearly 1,000 wireless access points that will provide very fast internet service to a significant amount of residents and businesses. At minimum, he said there…

  • Internet access Jul 29

    Free High Speed Internet for Residents in Hartford

    The City of Hartford has announced that it plans to build a system that gives every resident access to free, high-speed internet within the next year.

  • Hartford Jul 28

    Artists Decorate Hartford Businesses With Murals

    The coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the Trinity Hip Hop Festival, but a group of artists is still making Hartford beautiful, one business at a time.

  • Education Jul 27

    New Effort to Shrink the Digital Divide in Connecticut

    : The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities announced on Monday its new partnership with Dalio Education to help decrease the digital divide in the state.

  • Hartford Jul 27

    Roommate Charged With Murder in Hartford

    A 64-year-old man was found dead in his Hartford Home and police have arrested his roommate and charged him with murder. Police responded to Asylum Avenue just after 3:30 p.m. Sunday to check on 64-year-old Victor King after a tenant reported not seeing his neighbor in more than a day and officers found King’s body on the kitchen floor,...

  • Hartford Jul 27

    Car Crash With Pedestrian Struck Closes Capitol Ave. in Hartford

    A car crash with a pedestrian struck has closed part of Capitol Avenue in Hartford on Monday. Police said the car hit a retaining wall and has a lot of damage. According to officers, a pedestrian was also struck. The pedestrian has non-life threatening injuries. The road is expected to reopen soon. Investigators said there were two people in the…

  • Hartford Jul 26

    ‘Black Lives Matter' Mural Unveiled in Downtown Hartford

    Dozens of people from across the state came out to celebrate the unveiling of a new street mural inside the Capitol City. The art display reads out ‘Black Lives Matter’ in all capital letters with an array of different colors and images inside each letter. Local artists began working on the piece on Thursday and made some final touches to…

  • Hartford Jul 26

    ‘Black Lives Matter' Mural Unveiled in Downtown Hartford

    Dozens of people from across the state came out to celebrate the unveiling of a new street mural inside the Capitol City. The art display reads out ‘Black Lives Matter’ in all capital letters with an array of different colors and images inside each letter.

  • Hartford Jul 26

    Crews Battle Second-Alarm Fire in Hartford

    Firefighters were battling a second-alarm fire in Hartford Saturday night. Westland Street was closed between Garden and Vine streets while crews put out the fire. Fire officials are asking people to avoid the area. It is unknown if there are any injuries at this time. No additional information was immediately available.

  • Hartford Jul 24

    Toronto Blue Jays Will Not Play in Hartford

    The mayor of Hartford was willing to put out a welcome mat for the Toronto Blue Jays to play their home games at Dunkin’ Donuts Park this season, but the major league baseball team will play in Buffalo, New York instead Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin said Thursday that Hartford “would be thrilled” to host the team to play at Dunkin’…

  • Hartford Jul 24

    Hartford Mayor to Toronto Blue Jays: ‘Hartford's Ready'; Lamont Open to Welcoming Team in Conn.

    The Toronto Blue Jays are looking for a home base to play baseball this season and Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin said Hartford “would be thrilled” to host the team to play at Dunkin’ Donuts Park. “In these extraordinary times, we think it could make a great home for the Blue Jays,” Bronin said. Bronin said he will always prioritize safety…

  • baseball Jul 23

    Hartford Pitches Itself to Toronto Blue Jays

    Hartford’s mayor is offering up Dunkin’ Donuts Park to the Toronto Blue Jays as a home for the 2020 baseball season.

  • Hartford Jul 23

    Community Mural in Hartford Unveiled

    A short time ago a community mural celebrating Black culture was unveiled in Hartford in a beautiful show of support.

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