Venezuela, a country in agony
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Venezuela, a country in agony

By Maria Gutierrez-Salem Danniella mdgutier@gmail.com Writing about Venezuela has become an obituary, one that tells about its past life without talking about its future. As sad as it…

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Malloy Signs CT Budget But Trims Town Aid to Offset Prison Costs
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Malloy Signs CT Budget But Trims Town Aid to Offset Prison Costs

By Keith M. Phaneuf and Mark Pazniokas    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy showed legislators on June 2 that there was a fiscal price to be paid for rejecting his bail reform…

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An Opportunity to Earn Extra Income
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An Opportunity to Earn Extra Income

Dear Editor,  Hello. My name is Tricia Robinson and I’m a wife, mother, volunteer and entrepreneur. When I moved to Danbury in 2007, I was newly married and…

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State Childhood Lead Program Partners with Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission to Launch Lead Poisoning Prevention Awareness Campaign
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State Childhood Lead Program Partners with Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission to Launch Lead Poisoning Prevention Awareness Campaign

Hartford (4/25/16) – The state Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Lead and Healthy Homes Program, in partnership with the Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission (LPRAC), has produced a…

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Summer Safety: A Few Thoughts to Help Keep Your Family Safe
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Summer Safety: A Few Thoughts to Help Keep Your Family Safe

By Anne Mead   Each summer, families and their children look forward to the warmer weather, no more school and the freedom to have down time together. However, there are a few…

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Roasted Asparagus + Potatoes
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Roasted Asparagus + Potatoes

By Alicia Ghio   Asparagus is only in season for a few short weeks, so I try to take full advantage of this classic spring vegetable. It’s not only delicious; it’s…

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Nonprofit Offers Financial Aid for Undocumented Students
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Nonprofit Offers Financial Aid for Undocumented Students

 By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas | CTMirror.com   Undocumented immigrants may have failed to persuade enough state legislators in the just-ended session to make them eligible for state-funded financial aid, but on May 10, a…

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Warning from Department of Consumer Protection About Invoice Scam Targeting Businesses
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Warning from Department of Consumer Protection About Invoice Scam Targeting Businesses

PUBLIC SERVICE The Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) recently received six complaints about an invoice scam that is targeting businesses. An entity claiming to be The American Yellow Group has…

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American Dream
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An Invite to the Community
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An Invite to the Community

  Dear Editor, friends and partners of the Hispanic Center,   We are excited to invite you to our Citizens Recognition Breakfast on June 2nd, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 10:00…

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