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Kindred Gaynor

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Kindred Gaynor joined Connecticut Public Broadcasting in September of 2019 as a Larry Lunden News intern.

Kindred was born in Sleepy Hollow, NY. He developed a devout passion for sports at a very young age. He graduated from Newburgh Free Academy in June of 2015. During his time in high school he realized that he wanted to pursue a career in sports reporting while taking a course called GBTV (Goldback Television). He appeared on a show called the Game Clock, where he updated his peers on the most recent high school and national sports stories.

In 2019, he graduated from the University of Hartford. He graduated with a 3.45 cumulative GPA and a bachelor’s degree in Communications and a minor in Sociology. While in college, Gaynor worked with ESPN3 to broadcast Hartford Hawks athletics and the Yale All-Access production staff to broadcast Yale Bulldogs athletics. He appeared on STN Channel 2 News, (Hartford’s student television station, as a sports reporter.

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The Hartford Police Athletic League encourages young people in the city to reach their potential through mentoring, education and athletics. This year the league is planning a major renovation to serve more youth. 

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Members of the Connecticut National Guard and the 928th Military Working Dog Detachment were honored by U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal in a Veterans Day ceremony at the State Armory in Hartford.

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Politicians and environmentalists met on the banks of the Farmington River Monday to call for more federal action to regulate a band of toxic chemicals. The call comes following two-high profile accidents at Bradley International Airport.