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This Storm Season Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst!


By Catherine Blinder Winter is just around the corner, and the official storm season is in effect through November. Here in Connecticut, we know how devastating early winter…

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CT Gubernatorial Race Latest Poll: Foley leads Malloy by 6 points

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By Mark Pazniokas Quinnipiac University’s first survey of the Connecticut governor’s race in four months found Republican Tom Foley leading first-term Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy by six…

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Manhattan Short Film Festival Comes to Danbury


Film lovers in Danbury can unite with an audience of over 100,000 film buffs across 6 continents when the Manhattan Short Film Festival comes to The Palace Danbury…

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National Voter Registration Day


By Anna Challet |New America Media/ News Partne In a world where every day is a holiday – there’s National Doughnut Day, Pi Day (honoring the number 3.14…

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Malloy’s Meeting with Ethnic Media Puts Foley on the Spot


Gov. Dannel P. Malloy invited representatives from ethnic media outlets across the state to meet at the Democratic Party headquarters in Hartford to discuss issues that concern the…

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Danbury celebrates Brazil’s Independence Day


On Sunday, September 7, Mayor Mark Boughton, members of the City Council and the Consul General of Brazil in Hartford Ambassador Cezar Amaral, among members of the local…

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American Dream Series: Patricia Mendes’s Story


What would you do if in a matter of seconds, your home was engulfed in flames, and within a few minutes, everything in it was destroyed? Whom would…

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Interpreters Needed for AmeriCares Danbury Clinic

The Boehringer Ingelheim AmeriCares Free Clinic of Danbury is seeking interpreters fluent in both Spanish and English, or both Portuguese and English, to help doctors and patients better…

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American Dream Series: Daniel Gonzalez’s Story


As a small child, growing up in Chile under the dictatorial government commanded by Augusto Pinochet, Daniel Gonzalez always dreamed far beyond the limitations imposed by his country….

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Nina Souza’s Story


For some immigrants who come to the United States, the process of adaptation is normal and fast. Very quickly, they get used to the culture, weather and food…

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