Bregamos Community Theater Sponsors ‘Day of the Dead’ Parade
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Bregamos Community Theater Sponsors ‘Day of the Dead’ Parade

  By Maria Roman Photos by Chris Randall On October 31, Unidad Latina en Accion’s (ULA’s) Day of the Dead Parade was held in Fair Haven, a predominately…

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Celebrating The New Vision for Danbury Downtown
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Celebrating The New Vision for Danbury Downtown

By Angela Barbosa There is certainly a lot to talk about and celebrate in Danbury’s downtown. A new CityCenter office, a new director, new visions, opportunities for investments,…

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Five Latino Leaders Honored by Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty at Hispanic Heritage Month Ceremony
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Five Latino Leaders Honored by Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty at Hispanic Heritage Month Ceremony

October is Hispanic Heritage Month, and Member of Congress Elizabeth Esty (CT-5) hosted a ceremony at the Augusta Curtis Cultural Center, on October 6, for local elected officials,…

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Boy Scouts of America Connecticut Yankee Council Awards Three Good Scout Recipients
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Boy Scouts of America Connecticut Yankee Council Awards Three Good Scout Recipients

By Angela Barbosa With principles founded on trustworthiness, loyalty and bravery, and on values that put community and family first, the Boy Scouts of America Connecticut Yankee Council…

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CfAL’S Fundraiser Helps With Underprivileged Children in Public Schools Receiving Free Computers
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CfAL’S Fundraiser Helps With Underprivileged Children in Public Schools Receiving Free Computers

By Maria Roman “Digital Diversity — Logging on for Education” was the theme of Concepts for Adaptive Learning’s (CfAL) 12th Annual Fundraiser held at Anthony’s Ocean View in New Haven…

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Legislature Instrumental in Re-Naming East Main Street in Honor of ‘Borinqueneers’
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Legislature Instrumental in Re-Naming East Main Street in Honor of ‘Borinqueneers’

By Maria Roman Photo by James Russo The “Unveiling Ceremony of Borinqueneer’s Memorial Highway” took place on August 29 in the lot of the Veteran’s Administration building on East…

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Lecture Offers Tips on How to Protect Your Loved Ones
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Lecture Offers Tips on How to Protect Your Loved Ones

By Angela Barbosa As we grow older, get married and build our families, our focus switches to things that will affect not only our lives as individuals but…

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2015 Newtown Labor Day Parade Celebrates Local Fine Arts
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2015 Newtown Labor Day Parade Celebrates Local Fine Arts

By Angela Barbosa As a tradition that has been carried on since September of 1962, the Newtown Labor Day Parade attracts people from all over the state to…

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Brazilian Community Gathered to Celebrate the Independence Day
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Brazilian Community Gathered to Celebrate the Independence Day

By Angela Barbosa A perfect blue sky was the backdrop for the 16th annual flag-raising ceremony in celebration of Brazilian Independence Day in Danbury.   Members of the…

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Connecticut’s Certification Laws Hinder Hiring of Bridgeport Teachers
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Connecticut’s Certification Laws Hinder Hiring of Bridgeport Teachers

By Maria Roman Human Resources Support Specialist Recruiter, Lissette Colon, has concerns about Bridgeport’s public school system being down 17.5 teaching positions with the majority in the shortage…

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