The Hartford Courant’s investigation into the Doc Hurley Scholarship Foundation has won first place in the investigative category from the Education Writers Association’s national reporting contest. 62 more words
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Mortgage Payment Isn’t Late, So Why Do Banks Keep Calling?
Greg Wolff doesn’t need a calendar to know it’s right after the first of the month: the phone calls from his mortgage company start coming, sometimes twice a day. 836 more words
Connecticut continues to be on the cutting edge of collegiate sports law, as a state representative has entered the unionization conversation.
Sample of Articles Published in the Hartford Courant, June-August 2013
The state’s 30 acute care hospitals have lost 1,400 jobs in the last year and their operating income was down by $175 million in 2013 compared with the year before, the… 83 more words
The Connecticut journalism world was rocked today by news that two local mainstays are moving on. We learned about the departures of these legends whom I consider friends via something that wasn’t even thought of when these guys started out in the business: Twitter. 426 more words