WEST HARTFORD — A West Hartford based technology company, We Care Computers, is collecting donated computer equipment, refurbishing it, and providing these devices to local students free of charge, according to an email from the company. It is working with school districts, municipalities, a…

WEST HARTFORD — The U.S. Figure Skating Association recognized Amelia Boardman ’20 of Simsbury for her academic accomplishments in addition to skating, according to an email from Kingswood Oxford School. Boardman received a pair of skates for Christmas when she was six, and she hasn’t left t…

WEST HARTFORD — It takes a self-aware and introspective young student to understand her strengths and weaknesses and then pivot to find her passion. Enter Madeline Arcaro ’21 of West Hartford, who was just selected to be the representative for the State of Connecticut at the 2020 Al Neuharth…

WEST HARTFORD — West Hartford Kingswood Oxford junior Cohl D’Addabbo recently won second place in the West Hartford Library’s teen poetry contest for his poem, “Life in Quarantine: A Found Poem,” according to an email from the school.

Nursing homes inspected for infection-control practices during the pandemic revealed deficiencies, including failure to separate COVID-positive residents from residents who do not have the virus, improper use or no use of personal protective equipment, failure to practice good hygiene and ha…

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CVS Health is opening 12 local COVID-19 testing sites at its pharmacies in Connecticut on Friday. It hopes to have 1,000 open across the country by the end of May, performing 1.5 million tests a month.

WEST HARTFORD — Connecticut assessment law requires municipalities to conduct town-wide revaluations once every five years. West Hartford completed its last general revaluation in October of 2016. The project encompasses all residential and commercial real estate in town. West Hartford’s nex…

There’s only been one documented instance in the U.S of a dog infected with it, and while cats may be a little more susceptible, there only have been two cases in the U.S.

“Once again, Connecticut has demonstrated its leadership in safeguarding consumers from unscrupulous conduct,” said Andrew Minikowski, the attorney who oversaw the agency’s efforts in the proceeding.

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TORRINGTON — Fourth-grade students at Renbrook School were recently challenged to make adjustments to a social studies project by connecting it to the COVID19 crisis according to an email from the school. Katie Bunel, teacher at Renbrook School explains, “Before we left for our Spring Break …

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WEST HARTFORD — The public is invited to attend a series of free online classes this May offered by Witness Stones West Hartford. In the series of four, one-hour classes, you will work with project directors Dr. Tracey Wilson and Liz Devine to remember the lives of enslaved people who lived …