This Is Our Beautiful City of Hartford. A West View from the Connecticut River

This Is Our Beautiful City of Hartford. A West View from the Connecticut River

AIR FORCE ONE, 2013 at Air Base in East Granby, CT. Photo by Reggie Hales

AIR FORCE ONE, 2013 at Air Base in East Granby, CT. Photo by Reggie Hales

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Former Urban League Presidents talk of the Urban league in the early days. Photo by Reggie Hales

Former Urban League Presidents talk of the Urban league in the early days. Photo by Reggie Hales

Former Hartford Mayor reflects for Inquiring News, on the Urban League of Hartford's early days. Photo by Reggie Hales

Former Hartford Mayor reflects for Inquiring News, on the Urban League of Hartford's early days. Photo by Reggie Hales

Caption: Jamar Green, 17 of Hartford is a great kid under the leadership of Pat Kelly. Who teaches local at risk kids the art of caring for horses. Picture her with Pat Kelly, President of the Ebony Horsewomen at their Vine ST farm. (Photo by Reggie Hales).

Caption: Jamar Green, 17 of Hartford is a great kid under the leadership of Pat Kelly. Who teaches local at risk kids the art of caring for horses. Picture her with Pat Kelly, President of the Ebony Horsewomen at their Vine ST farm. (Photo by Reggie Hales).

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Hartford Fire House Number 16. Were Kevin Bell and Firefighter Jason Martinez, 29, of Manchester were stationed. Photo by Reggie Hales

Hartford Fire House Number 16. Were Kevin Bell and Firefighter Jason Martinez, 29, of Manchester were stationed. Photo by Reggie Hales

Thursday Robinson meet in the morning with Hartford Mayor Segarra in his office. Mayor Segarra Proclaimed Thursday as Moushaumi Robinson Day. He also invited her to attend the Hartford Marathon. Photo by Reggie Hales

Thursday Robinson meet in the morning with Hartford Mayor Segarra in his office. Mayor Segarra Proclaimed Thursday as Moushaumi Robinson Day. He also invited her to attend the Hartford Marathon. Photo by Reggie Hales

Fellow Hartford Fighters place their brother fighter, Kevin Bell, who died last Monday fighting fire on Blue Hills Ave. Photo by Rick Hartford-Courant

Fellow Hartford Fighters place their brother fighter, Kevin Bell, who died last Monday fighting fire on Blue Hills Ave. Photo by Rick Hartford-Courant


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Need I Say It Again?

September 4, 2012 at 17:09

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By Cloves C. Campbell Last week I penned an article titled “Show Me the Money.” The article questioned whether or not the Black Vote was being taken for granted by the OBAMA campaign due to the small amount of resources allocated to the Black press and other Black entities. I also stated that the Romney […]

Olympic Gold!

September 4, 2012 at 17:04

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If you’re one of the millions of viewers who watched the Olympics recently, you’re not alone. Nielsen research shows that the all-important, mega-produced opening ceremony in London garnered a stunning 40.7 million total U.S. viewers (Blacks made up 3 million of those watching), annihilating all previously held records for a Summer Olympics broadcast. Not surprisingly, […]

Ice Cream for a Dream

August 21, 2012 at 15:23

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The Dream Support Network is powered by positive energy, encouragement and of course Dreams. So on August 25th, we will be driving around the city of Hartford in an ice cream truck and giving away free ice cream if you tell us your dreams. Ice Cream for a Dream is a part of a year […]

Witness for Justice: “Deadheading and the Stars”

August 3, 2012 at 14:19

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By. Loey Powell | Executive for Administration and Women’s Justice It is often while doing the most mundane tasks that we remember things learned from loved ones who are no longer with us. Like the other day when I was “deadheading” our neighbors potted flowers as part of taking care of their house and cats […]

Jamaican Flag to fly over State Capitol August 5th-August 11th

August 3, 2012 at 14:12

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Inquiring News Staff Report HARTFORD – This year (2012) Jamaica will celebrate 50 years as an independent nation proud of its achievements as a young country, taking its place in the brotherhood of nations. The island gained its independence from England on August 6, 1962. To mark the 50th anniversary of its independence, the Jamaican […]

Dr. Frankie Cooper Talks Minority Mental Disorders

August 3, 2012 at 14:06

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By Brandon A. Perry- Indianapolis / Part 1 of 2 Recently, the topic of mental health has been brought to the forefront of the African-American community due to incidents such as the suicide of Tennessee Titans receiver O.J. Murdock, and the recent hospitalization of Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. for an unspecified “mood disorder.” July was […]

Lee Saunders New President of AFSCME Recognized

August 3, 2012 at 13:55

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WASHINGTON, DC- (July 31, 2012) – As the first African American leader of a major union in the United States, newly elected American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) President, Lee Saunders, lends his voice to the current cadre of civil rights advocates.  Saunders (2nd from left) is shown here with Hilary O. […]

Olympic Competitor humbled by Local Support

August 3, 2012 at 13:46

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By. Danny Bridges / Indianapolis Recorder When an Olympic caliber athlete performs on some of the biggest stages in the world, they undoubtedly experience a type of rush that most of us could never imagine or will ever experience. Amber Campbell is indeed a world class competitor, but she views all of her remarkable success […]

Succeeding Against the Odds Dream Big Dreams Event

July 26, 2012 at 14:32

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Famed Atty. Willie Gary, 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather Support Youth Event Over 1000 Kids Attend Motivational Pep Rally and The Gary Foundation Awards 5 College Scholarships to Students Las Vegas, NV – Prominent attorney Willie Gary, along with legendary boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather and award-winning music artist 50 Cent recently co-sponsored “Succeeding against the […]

The Talk of Chicago

July 24, 2012 at 14:27

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WVON 1690 AM, “The Talk of Chicago”. Radio Host Perri Small talks about national and local news concerning the black community. Thursday, (7-26-12) Publisher, Reggie Hales, joined by a Miami Times Newspaper editor, discussed issues about the President and the black community. [mp3-jplayer tracks="chi-radio.mp3" width="280px" height="77px" pn="n" mods="y" vol="45" pos="rel-R" list="n"]

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