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Running and Walking To Find A Cure For Lung Cancer

Have you lost a friend or a loved one to lung cancer? Were they a smoker, maybe they never smoked, did they have radon in their home?…dozens and dozens die every year in this state from this disease. On October 9th, 2016, you can take part in a “Free To Breathe” run and walk at East Read more…

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It’s True, Amelia Earhart Flew Pratt & Whitney Powered Planes

Pratt and Whitney, headquartered in East Hartford, Connecticut has a long and rich history. It is a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines, auxiliary and ground power units and small turbojet propulsion products. The company, which has employed tens of thousands of people in the state of Connecticut since its Read more…

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Connecticut Innovation ~ Spot Wine

You know those juice pouches you gave your kids as parents….well Chris Didden of Connecticut thought, what if those pouches were filled with wine. It took severals years of development…but a product called “Spotwine” is about to hit the shelves. Soon those pouches will be filled in Connecticut because of some mechanical engineers at UCONN Read more…

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Orice, Jazzmine and Chad and the Music

There are so many young talented musicians in Connecticut trying to get a start in the music world. Three young adults from Hartford are lead by Orice Jenkins, a freshman at the Hartt School of Music in Hartford. Jazzmine Pertillar and Chad Browne Springer harmonize beautifully here. Jenkins has started a band with an R&B Read more…

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