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If They Build it, Will Whalers Come? New Plans in Hartford Could Provide Facility for NHL Return

After breaking ground on a minor league baseball stadium earlier this week, the city of Hartford was investigating the long-term feasibility of it’s current arena. Despite the $ 35 Million renovations this past summer, the study was adamant stating this was only a temporary fix and would at most keep the arena serviceable for another five years. 857 more words

NHL

Wilson: Conviction Will Be Tough To Get For Hernandez Prosecutor

Jenny Wilson of the Hartford Courant joined The Triple Threat Wednesday on Sports Radio 610 to give the latest on the Aaron Hernandez trial, including details on how Hernandez’ defense team is handling the prosecution’s case against him. 6 more words

Sports

Top Political Reporters

Chris Cillizza, who writes the Washington Post’s – The Fix – is out with his annual list of the top political reporters in the 50 states. 147 more words

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Speaking of Fox CT...

…management isn’t saying anything about it, but the Manchester based Journal Inquirer is reporting that the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians – Communications Workers of America, is trying to unionize Fox CT. 57 more words

Hartford Courant

Courant cartoonist using ink to react to Charlie Hebdo attack in France

HARTFORD–People around the world are finding ways to try and make sense of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, and cartoonists are one of the most vocal groups to speak out for the victims from satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. 204 more words

News

Bob Englehart, Hartford Courant

PUBLICATION DATE: Wed, 07 Jan 2015
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Shaking Out

As 2015 begins hard choices are being made in the business offices of many media companies.

Perhaps it began most visibly last year with the decision by the… 149 more words

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