The man supplied the drugs that killed three people and caused three additional overdoses, federal officials said.
Central Connecticut State University history professor Matthew Warshauer has been affixing political Halloween decorations outside his North Main Street home since 2003.
The Noah Webster House and West Hartford Historical Society will again bring its theatrical take on historical hauntings to Old North Cemetery.
Hall High School’s class of 1960 has established a fund through the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving that will award grants to student groups each year.
The coalition, which the department said is meant to assess the substance use and mental health needs of the community, will have its first meeting on Oct. 21.
A Connecticut Party is a revival of the independent party created by former Gov. Lowell Weicker in 1990.
West Hartford has proposed a spending plan for some of the $37 million it will receive through the American Rescue Plan Act.
Landon Heilbrunn, a six-year-old boy with epilepsy, is raising money for the Epilepsy Foundation by participating in the purple pumpkin project.
CCSU professor Matthew Warshauer is leading a collaborative project about West Hartford’s Old North Cemetery that includes the conservation and preservation of it.
The West Hartford town council voted on Tuesday to expand the usage of restaurant drive-thru facilities, specifically into more vehicle-heavy areas like Bishops Corner.
Ashley Sodipo, a Glastonbury resident, will open the Pink Flamingo Party Co. in West Hartford in October, an extension of her online party supply business.
A West Hartford woman who survived breast cancer but struggles with lymphedema turned her battle with the condition into a business.
Hartford police were called to the 600 block of Albany Avenue around 9:25 p.m. after the city’s ShotSpotter system registered gunfire, police spokesman Lt. Aaron Boisvert said.
West Hartford school officials recently outlined their plans on how they will spend nearly $15 million in federal relief grants.
The Foundation for West Hartford Public Schools, and the teachers who receive grants from them, have been getting creative during the COVID-19 pandemic.
West Hartford Town Council passed a resolution urging the Connecticut General Assembly to adopt the Transportation and Climate Initiative.
A bear has been in a tree for days on North Quaker Lane in the latest of a growing trend of sightings in West Hartford, officials said.
Hartford HealthCare is targeting a February opening date for its new medical center in West Hartford, located at the corner of South Main Street and Park Road.
West Hartford photographer Ginny Kemp started documenting local frontline workers last fall. Now, their photos and stories will be part of a new exhibit.
The University of Hartford has opened a new 60,000-square-foot academic building on campus that supports the fields of aerospace, nursing, robotics and physical therapy.
Joseph Lenihan, a West Hartford native and a Cos Cob resident who died in the World Trade Center attack, will be remembered at a special dinner.
West Hartford Community Theater is staging a night of one-act plays, which were originally planned for April 2020 before COVID-19 delayed them.
PeoplesBank, not to be confused with People’s United Bank, is looking to welcome the West Hartford community into its first central Connecticut location.
Susan Schoenberger’s book, “The Liability of Love,” is set in Hartford in the 1980s, yet brings in elements of today’s MeToo movement.
Marissa P. Gillett, head of Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, said her family lost power for about nine hours on Sunday.
Additional crews were brought in to help address the aftermath of Thursday’s storm, which officials said brought four to five inches of rain per hour.
The storm is expected to pass through the tri-state region as soon as Saturday night or Sunday morning, bringing wind, rain and storm surges, the National Weather Service said.