Missing mother, son and orchestra return: Hartford News
Welcome back, Hartford. Here’s all the local news, events, and community messages you need for Friday, October 1.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Quite sunny. High: 67 Low: 46.
Here are the best stories today in Greater Hartford:
- Silver Alerts issued for Hartford’s mother and 2-year-old son: State Police are looking for a missing mother and son. (WTNH.com)
- Hartford Symphony Orchestra among three orchestras returning to the stage for the first time since the COVID hit: Three of the state’s orchestras will begin their season this weekend. (Hartford Courant)
- Hartford Public Library Blogs: It’s Forbidden Book Week: Here are the top ten banned books. (Press Releases Office)
- Nyberg: Hartford nonprofit provides free musical instruments and lessons to local youth (WTNH.com)
- Spotlight on Hispanic Heritage Month: Hartford Church strives to make an impact on the northern community (FOX 61)
- HartBeat Ensemble to present Marilyn Torres in RUMBLE IN THE THEATER at Sea Tea Comedy Theater in Hartford (The world of Broadway)
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