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Team Effort Helps Save Injured Hawk At Trinity College

July 18, 2017, 4:25 pm
Outlet: Trinity Banter | Site-Wide Activity

HMTCA science teacher Jared Lewis noticed an injured red-tailed hawk near McCook Hall at Trinity College on Monday.

CBIA's Comer Named Leadership Fellow for Workforce Development Efforts

July 11, 2017, 7:21 pm
Outlet: CBIA

Comer leads CBIA's efforts to improve education and workforce development opportunities, partnering with educational institutions, government entities, and business groups to ensure Connecticut has a competitive, highly skilled workforce.

Hartford Stage Announces Cast for Breakdancing Shakespeare: As You Like It

July 10, 2017, 6:34 pm
Outlet: Hartford Courant Online

Hartford Stage, in conjunction with the Greater Hartford Arts Council's Neighborhood Studios, has announced the cast for Breakdancing Shakespeare: As You Like It. The cast of Breakdancing Shakespeare: As You Like It includes Isaiah Artis, 15, Grea

Late Breaking News: ALAS Members Appointed to New Leadership Positions

July 6, 2017, 3:49 am
Outlet: Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education - Online, The

Dr. Leslie Torres-Rodriguez was named superintendent of Hartford Public Schools in Hartford, Conn. Torres-Rodriguez grew up in Connecticut and has held several positions in the state’s education community.

Construction To Begin On $100M Weaver Renovation

June 28, 2017, 2:22 pm
Outlet: Hartford Courant Online

Construction is set to begin next month on the $100 million renovation of Weaver High School, a long-awaited project in north Hartford that alumni and neighborhood leaders have pushed as a resurgence of the school's deep traditions.

Work On Apartments For Teachers May Begin In Summer

June 24, 2017, 2:01 pm
Outlet: Hartford Courant Online

A downtown apartment project stalled for months may finally start construction later this summer, but it would be without building owner Community Solutions, Inc. and its nationally-recognized founder, West Hartford native Rosanne Haggerty. Develo

MLK School Renovation Plan Gets Hartford Board Of Ed Approval

June 21, 2017, 6:48 am
Outlet: Hartford Courant Online

The $68 million revival of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School is back on track after the city board of education endorsed new plans Tuesday night that will be sent to the state for approval.

High School, Inc. Grads Hear From City Council President

June 17, 2017, 5:05 am
Outlet: Hartford Courant Online

Though the High School, Inc. Class of 2017 only has 54 members, there was no shortage of enthusiasm as students and speakers recounted their struggles and successes on Friday night.

Mayor Bronin Tells Trinity Academy Graduates To 'Give Yourself Fully'

June 16, 2017, 5:47 am
Outlet: Hartford Courant Online

Mayor Luke Bronin had a simple message for the 76 graduates of the Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy: Give yourselves fully.