Happy Wednesday, residents of West Hartford! Let all of you know what’s going on locally to start today on an informed note.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Cloudy and sunny weather. High: 72 Low: 53.
Here are the best stories in West Hartford today:
- Begging, ATV ban on West Hartford Public Safety Program (West Hartford Patch)
- Community News for the Farmington Valley Edition (Hartford Current)
- Bernard Sullivan, an influential figure in Hartford and state law enforcement, as well as politics and business, dies from a long illness (Hartford Current)
- “The Briton” in New Britain: the developer plans an elegant apartment building and promises more on the way (Hartford Current)
- First cohort of West Hartford Community Emergency Response Team completes training, next class begins (http://www.we-ha.com)
- A second-hand bookstore, staffed by students, opens in West Hartford (West Hartford News)
- Hartford Police Add 150 New Body Cameras; All officers now with body cameras (NBC Connecticut)
- 11-hour surgery for this liver cancer patient: and now to live his life (Hartford Health Care)
- Canton police arrest suspect ‘Peeping Tom’ (WFSB)
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Today in West Hartford:
- Mother Goose on the Loose, BC – West Hartford Public Library (10:30 a.m.)
- Colorful Conversations – Access to Health Care in Communities of Color (11:00 a.m.)
- Playhouse Theater Academy: Story Time for Toddlers (11:00 a.m.)
- Firefighters Story Hour (NWL) – West Hartford Public Library (11:00 a.m.)
- Understanding your insurance – Lunch & Learn – Seminars and consultations (1:00 p.m.)
- Adolescent Advisory Council – West Hartford Public Library (3:00 p.m.)
- FR G SOC Hall @ Wethersfield – Hall High School Sports (3:45 p.m.)
- FR G VB Hall v. Maloney – Hall High School Sports (4:00 p.m.)
- JV G VB Hall v. Maloney – High School Sports Hall (4:00 p.m.)
- Playhouse Theater Academy: Teens: A Young Actor Gets Ready (4:30 p.m.)
- V FH Hall v. Lewis Mills – High School Sports Hall (5:00 p.m.)
- Playhouse Theater Academy: Young Actors: Building a Stage (5:00 p.m.)
- VG VB Hall v. Maloney – High School Sports Hall (5:00 p.m.)
- Community office hours with State Representative Kate Farrar (5:00 p.m.)
- JV FH Hall v. Lewis Mills – Hall High School Sports (6.30 p.m.)
- The Art of Comfort: Food, Holistic Strategies, and Seasonal Tips for a More Comfortable Life (Virtual) (6:30 p.m.)
- Second Innings Python Course (via Zoom) (7:00 p.m.)
- Curriculum Night – Virtual – Hall High School (19h00)
West Hartford Patch Notepad
- West Hartford City Police Department: “In a demonstration of support today, WHPD and Hartford County Police completed the court appearance of Pedro Acevedo, the man accused of seriously injuring the Farmington O’Donnell officer with a car stolen on September 20, 2021. O’Donnell will do so. .. “(Facebook)
- West Hartford Police Department: “In a demonstration of support today, police from WHPD and the Hartford County area completed the court appearance of Pedro Acevedo, the man accused of seriously injuring the Farmington O’Donnell officer with a stolen car on September 20, 2021. O’Donnell will. .. “(Instagram)
- West Hartford Police Department: “Thanks to those who visited Detective Jen Roman at the recent Town Hall Career Fair. If you missed it, we still have an open hiring process. Scan the QR code for a direct link to the application page. Feel free to share this post – we’re hiring !! ” (Instagram)
- West Hartford City Police Department: “Thanks to those who visited Detective Jen Roman at the recent Town Hall Career Fair. If you missed it, we still have an open hiring process. Scan the QR code for a direct link to the application page. Feel free to share this post – we’re hiring !! ” (Facebook)
- West Hartford Room: “Something is brewing in Elmwood! ☕️👏🍺” (Facebook)
- West Hartford Room: “We were proud to celebrate the opening of The Next Chapter bookstore at West Hartford Center yesterday. Filled with previously loved books, the shop is staffed by students from West Hartford Public School. Stop and explore.” (Facebook)
- West Hartford Public Library: “The West Hartford Public Library is looking for an Office Assistant to help keep watch on our busy teen room! Responsibilities will include circulation duties, advice to readers for teen material, IT support from base, shelves and straits … “(Facebook)
- West Hartford Community Interactive: Live Tonight: Education Council meeting at 7 p.m. on Comcast Channel 5 / Frontier TV Channel 6098 and YouTube channel whctv5
- West Hartford Public Library: “In a spirit of benevolence towards others, the West Hartford Public Library will help those in need by collecting donations to help the community. We are proud to donate to the West Hartford Food Pantry and the Universalist Church of Fern Street … “(Facebook)
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– Chris Dehnel
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