The City of Hartford (AKA your tax dollars) continues to provide leaf collection services at no extra cost.
This should require minimal explanation, but in its materials the Department of Public Works has had to clarify that leaves be placed loose curbside or in biodegradable paper bags; residents have put them in plastic bags in previous years.
Curbside leaf collection is not year-round, but a service provided from October-December. If you are willing to go the extra step by putting the leaves in bags, those will be picked up on your normal trash and recycle collection day during the seven-week period that begins October 31. (more…)
In a time when a self-proclaimed equity warrior abandons her post only halfway through her four-year contract and few bat an eye because those in front of the classroom are rotating out just as fast, Jade Hoyer‘s work ‘study’ manages to comment on public education simply and with few buzzwords. (more…)
On Saturday, overlapping the Peace, Love & Music Together festival in Elizabeth Park, Envisionfest coordinated a number of activities and events primarily in downtown Hartford. A new addition this year was “Small State Great Beer,” a beer festival featuring beer brewed in Connecticut. (more…)