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

(L-R-Front Row) - Sonja Renee Matchen, Transform Adm. Asst., Brenda Ortiz, Massage Therapist, Dr. Mei-Ling Caldera, Nutritionist and Professor at UConn, Transform Coach and owner, Kelvin Moore, Emma Duquette Spiritual Advisor, Yvonne Davis Transform client and PR professional, (Back Row)- Jon Coleman and Emma’s Husband, pastor Jim Duquette. Photo By Reggie Hales

(L-R-Front Row) - Sonja Renee Matchen, Transform Adm. Asst., Brenda Ortiz, Massage Therapist, Dr. Mei-Ling Caldera, Nutritionist and Professor at UConn, Transform Coach and owner, Kelvin Moore, Emma Duquette Spiritual Advisor, Yvonne Davis Transform client and PR professional, (Back Row)- Jon Coleman and Emma’s Husband, pastor Jim Duquette. Photo By Reggie Hales

Hartford and State Police investigate Officer involved shooting, at 5AM at 19 Winchester ST, Hartford, CT. Photo By Reggie Hales

Hartford and State Police investigate Officer involved shooting, at 5AM at 19 Winchester ST, Hartford, CT. Photo By Reggie Hales

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Category Archives: National News

Former Members of En Vogue Announce their New Duo

November 1, 2012 at 12:46

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Los Angeles, CA – Former En Vogue members, Dawn Robinson and Maxine Jones announced to fans the formation of their new duo “Heirs” to the Throne. Once a part of one of the best selling female groups in history; the ladies are now ready to embark upon a new phase in their careers and create […]

Discriminating Against Women Farmers

September 29, 2012 at 00:16

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USDA and U.S. Justice Department Discriminating Against Women and Hispanic Farmers Selma, Alabama – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Justice Department employed one claims process in addressing USDA’s discrimination against Black and Native American Farmers. Now they are implementing a very different claims process for Women and Hispanic Farmers. The […]

Feds Arrest Jersey Mayor

September 29, 2012 at 00:05

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N.J. — Federal agents arrested the mayor of New Jersey’s capital city early Monday as part of an ongoing corruption investigation into bribery allegations related to a parking garage project that was concocted as part of an FBI sting operation. Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, his brother, Ralphiel, and convicted sex offender Joseph Giorgianni, a Mack […]

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, […]

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 […]

Harlem’s ‘Queen of Soul Food,’ Sylvia Woods Dead at 86

July 23, 2012 at 13:42

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By Jeff Mays, Jill Colvin, Amy Zimmer HARLEM, NY — Sylvia Woods, the “Queen of Soul Food,” whose legendary eponymous restaurant in Harlem was world famous, died at the age of 86 Thursday. She died “peacefully” at 4:50 p.m. at her Westchester home after battling Alzheimer’s, her family said in a statement. The news prompted […]

Nielsen Promotes Within

June 27, 2012 at 18:59

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NIELSEN PROMOTES WITHIN, SECURING COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY Crystal Barnes named Vice President of Industry Relations NEW YORK  – Crystal Barnes, formerly Director of Industry Relations, was named Vice President of Industry Relations for Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights, effective immediately. In her role, Barnes is responsible for expanding the reach of […]

Aretha Franklin is Awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Music

June 27, 2012 at 18:56

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Aretha Franklin is Awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Music from Princeton University Franklin Receives her 12th Honorary Doctorate Degree New York, NY – Multiple GRAMMY Award-winner Aretha Franklin was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Music from Princeton University during its 265th Commencement ceremony on Tuesday, June 5. The graduation ceremony for the Class of 2012 was […]

The Tragedy, Triumph and Tragedy of Rodney King

June 27, 2012 at 18:43

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By. Earl Ofari Hutchinson Less than two weeks before his death, I was scheduled to interview Rodney King on the public stage at the annual Leimert Park Book festival in Los Angeles. I had two conflicting thoughts about the interview. One was that if the well-worn term accident of history term ever applied to anyone […]

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