Hartford residents packed two rooms and dozens stood at microphones at the Parker Memorial Community Center Wednesday night to once again, express their views on a $350 million proposal that includes a minor league baseball stadium for the Rock Cats in the Downtown North section of the city.
The New Britain Rock Cats are switching their Major League affiliation from the Minnesota Twins to the Colorado Rockies.
Police in Hartford and New Britain are looking for a suspect in a robbery and sexual assault earlier this month.
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Hartford police make arrests in a Friday night fatal shooting. Milton Castro was found shot on Park Street after 9:00 p.m. and was pronounced dead at the scene. Now, police have […]
(Glastonbury, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Two Hartford men are facing charges for allegedly dealing heroin in Glastonbury. On Thursday, agents with the East Central Narcotics Task Force set up a buy/bust at a Walgreens on Main […]
Hartford police are investigating the city’s 10th homicide of 2014.
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – There’s a multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 84 in downtown Hartford. The crash is between exits 48 and 49 in the eastbound lanes. Right now, traffic is getting by in only one […]
A state police cruiser transporting a prisoner has crashed in Hartford after the detainee freed himself from a handcuff and attacked the trooper driving the vehicle.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – A group of Hartford music educators is spending Saturday learning how to teach their students to rock out. The teachers are taking part in a day of developmental training at the […]
Hartford’s Common Council Thursday formally accepted a resolution from Mayor Pedro Segarra outlining recommendations regarding the selection of DoNo Hartford, LLC as the preferred developer for the Downtown North properties.