West Hartford Police continue to actively look for a woman who brought a rabid skunk to a veterinarian on North Main Street last Thursday afternoon.
The West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District and the West Hartford Animal Control Division of the West Hartford Police Department are trying to contact the woman who brought a skunk to Veterinary Specialist located at 993 North Main St. in West Hartford (near Hall High School) on Thursday, March 6.
Last week, the kosher Crown Market in West Hartford, a staple of the Jewish community in Greater Hartford for 74 years announced, it was shutting its doors.
Less than a week after it announced it was closing after 74 years, the kosher Crown Market in West Hartford may have a second life.
At the University of St. Joseph Wednesday, a roundtable discussion was held by Connecticut U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, as well as White House Task Force members, to discuss the ongoing problem of sexual assaults among women on college campuses.
Venerable, kosher “The Crown Market” in West Hartford to close.
West Hartford police say a 47-year-old woman tortured her 70-year-old mother for three hours this past Friday into Saturday before having her 19-year-old daughter call police and turn her in.
A Tennessee-based company that is a target of a sex discrimination complaint in Connecticut says it’s changing its policy and will provide health coverage to the spouses of same-sex couples.
A West Hartford teen who has been the subject of a medical/custody dispute in Massachusetts left Boston Children’s Hospital Friday, according to the Boston Globe.
Former Connecticut Secretary of the State Miles Rapoport will lead Common Cause, a national, nonprofit advocacy group that focuses on increasing citizen engagement in politics and government.