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The University of Hartford held its seventh annual Community Day on Saturday, April 18th. The event featured more than 50 free events, attractions, and performances for adults and children.
Community Day is a free and open to the public event. It is designed to bring the University’s neighbors to campus and increase awareness of the rich array of programs, activities, and resources that the University offers. Members of the University community are encouraged to bring their families, friends, and neighbors to campus for a day of unique events and attractions.
More than 3,000 people enjoyed the free event this year. The date for Community Day 2010 will be announced later this summer.
The national economy is in a different place than a year ago. Belts are tightening and spending is being reevaluated. This is true of families as well as governments.
The city of West Hartford is no exception. The city is expecting more than five million fewer dollars coming into the city. The losses are accruing through diminished state aid as well as lowered interest income.
The budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2009 has been examined and re-examined to find savings in every way. The city council will vote on adoption of the budget Thursday. The budget is expected to be passed with a zero percent increase from last year.
The University of Hartford on Monday announced a new master’s degree program in prosthetics and orthotics, a field that is experiencing growing demand and dramatic technological advancements.
The new program is a collaboration between the University and the Newington Certificate Program in Orthotics and Prosthetics (NCP), and will be based in the Department of Physical Therapy within the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions (ENHP). The program will be taught on the University’s main campus and at NCP headquarters at Hanger Orthotics and Prosthetics Inc. in Newington, Conn.
The first complete cohort is expected to start in 2012. The program will offer two paths to obtaining a master of science in prosthetics and orthotics. One will be the traditional master’s pathway, in which a prospective student with a bachelor’s degree applies to the two-year professional program.
In addition, the University will offer a “3-plus-2 program.” Under that path, undergraduates at the University of Hartford can major in health sciences with a concentration in prosthetics and orthotics, and combine their fourth year of undergraduate work with their first year of graduate study.
Both paths will include a post-graduate, two-year residency requirement as a prerequisite for the board certification exams.
Swine flu is a new term we've all heard a lot about in the last few days. Though it has a peculiar name, it is very similar to every other flu strains and the same preventative measures apply. You won't get it from eating pork, but you could catch it from being in contact with someone who is infected. There is no vaccine, so every one is susceptible.
West Hartford officials are ready.
As this piece is published there are no confirmed cases of swine flu in Connecticut, though a few cases are suspected and two school districts are closed as a precaution.
West Hartford water has been clear for a week. No sign of copepods or rotifers. However, what do residents need to know about the filtration problem and how can they be proactive in the future?
LocalOnlineNew.TV's Anna Stonestreet brings you the latest from the Connecticut Department of Health as well as local authorities. Despite our frequent attempts, MDC did not return our calls seeking comment.
Stay tuned for further updates as they arise.
The unemployment rate in West Hartford is lower than the state of Connecticut and the nation, but that doesn't comfort those in West Hartford still looking for work.
Residents had the opportunity to brush up their job seeking skills outside the Faxon Library today with staff from the Connecticut Department of Labor on board the Career Express Bus.
Staff on the bus help job seekers with their resumes, explore new career opportunities, and provide career counseling.
The bus has Internet access along with eight computer workstations available to those looking for job opportunities. It is also fully accessible to persons with disabilities.
West Hartford is fortunate to have two Farmers' Markets offering produce and vegetables grown right here in Connecticut by local farmers.
LocalOnlineNews.TV's Anna Stonestreet visited the market at the corner of Arapahoe Road and Lasalle Road. It is open May through December on Tuesdays and Saturdays 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM, and Thursdays, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM.
The Trout Brook Farmers' Market is open on Mondays from 10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Whole Foods parking lot. In December the Trout Brook Market is on Saturdays only from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sponsored by the ERA Broder Group: *******www.brodergroup**** The West Hartford municipal election isn't until November, but those running for office are preparing for the campaign ahead. LocalOnlineNews.TV will be meeting with local party officials and candidates to help you learn more about the issues facing West Hartford this election year. Today's story features West Hartford Republican Town Committee Chairman Justin Clark discussing the GOP's plans for the fall campaign.