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Hollywood Shines the Spotlight on Connecticut in ‘Code Name Banshee'

It’s got some of Hollywood’s hottest stars, Antonio Banderas, Jamie King and Tommy Flanagen and the backdrop for ‘Code Name Banshee’ is the State of Connecticut. “It was controlled chaos, I think it’s the best way to describe it,” Sarah Floroski Nielsen, Executive Director of Simsbury Main Street Partnership said.
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New Britain Herald

New Britain police blotter

Tyrrell Anthony Brown, 41, 640 Broad St., Hartford, pos control substn 3rd/sbs off, poss intent sell/dspns narcotic, pos control substance 2nd offense, sale of narcotic substance. Van Robert Carman 32, homeless, New Britain, disorderly conduct. Carlos Jonnathan Garcia, 29, 88 Camp St. Flr. 2, New Britain, violation of probation. Luis...
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New Britain Herald

Vendor Palooza returns to New Britain with live entertainment, food, scavenger hunt and more

NEW BRITAIN – Jenny Boom Boom from Hot 93.7 will be hosting this year’s Vendor Palooza 2 in New Britain. Unkn Network’s free community event will take place Saturday, July 16 in the front lot of the Tomasso building at 1 Liberty Square. The rain date is the following day. This year, the kid-friendly event will be from 11:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m., adding an extra hour and a half of fun.
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Under the radar: Connecticut’s best hidden gems

Conn. (WTNH) — Connecticut, nestled between a slew of states across New England, is often overlooked. Though it may be small, the state is jam-packed with a variety of unique adventure spots. All you have to do is dig a little deeper. We’ve compiled a list of hidden gems waiting to be explored. Unique farms […]
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Veterans, active service members invited to 'Military Appreciation Night'

BRISTOL – Veterans and active service members are invited to attend the “Military Appreciation Night” at Saturday’s Bristol Blues game. Military Appreciation Night, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Muzzy Field, is one of many “promo nights” the Bristol Blues have scheduled this year. The event, sponsored by the Bristol Army Recruiters, will provide free admission for active service military members and veterans.
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Wolves’ Lyon suspended for two games

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Doctor discusses how to prevent, recognize Lyme disease

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – Lyme disease is becoming more common each year with the warmer temperatures, longer summers, and humidity changes. Because of this, it is important to know the warning signs and symptoms of Lyme disease and to stay protected while being outdoors. Chief of Infectious Diseases at The Hospital of Central Connecticut and […]
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North Branford Town Manager Leaving for Plainville Post

North Branford Town Manager Michael Paulhus, shown here at the June 21 Town Council meeting, will leave his post of 9 years on August 5 in order to take on his new role as town manager for the Town of Plainville. Image Capture from Totoket TV/Facebook) After doing his part...
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Elvis Presley performed some of his last concerts in Connecticut

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. Over the weekend, thousands of people flocked to theaters to see Baz Lurhmann's "Elvis," a newly-released film based on the life and legacy of rock and roll icon Elvis Presley. Just a couple of years before the King of Rock and Roll's death, thousands of people were also flocking to venues in Connecticut to see Presley perform live.
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