If It Were Easy, Everyone Would Do It
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If It Were Easy, Everyone Would Do It

By Eric Faria Most of us have heard or read stories about individuals who fought to realize their dreams of waking up in the morning and doing what…

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San Francisco Killing Revives Attack on ‘Sanctuary Cities’
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San Francisco Killing Revives Attack on ‘Sanctuary Cities’

By La Opinión, Mary Ballesteros-Coronel, Translated by Elena Shore New America Media Sanctuary cities are once again under attack, this time because of the recent killing of Kathryn…

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Connecticut Ballet Summer Dance Caravan
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Connecticut Ballet Summer Dance Caravan

As part of the Newtown Savings Bank Fine Arts & Family Series, Ives Concert Park will host the Connecticut Ballet’s Summer Dance Caravan 2015 on Friday, July 31,…

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Every Two Seconds Someone Needs Blood: Red Cross Urges Blood Donations
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Every Two Seconds Someone Needs Blood: Red Cross Urges Blood Donations

The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood in August and help meet the constant need for blood products by patients. Every two seconds, someone in…

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Achievement Gap an Issue as Congress Considers New Ed Bill
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Achievement Gap an Issue as Congress Considers New Ed Bill

By Ana Radelat | CT Mirror Washington – Connecticut elementary students have some of the highest reading and math scores in the nation, but a stubborn achievement gap persists…

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Connecticut Senator Takes on FIFA
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Connecticut Senator Takes on FIFA

What do soccer fans, Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal and the U.S. Department of Justice have in common? They are not happy with Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).…

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Malloy Signs, Then Promotes, Newly Tweaked Budget
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Malloy Signs, Then Promotes, Newly Tweaked Budget

By Mark Pazniokas and Keith M. Phaneuf | CTMirror.org The rocky path to a fiscal plan for the next two years ended June 30, with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signing the budget…

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DEEP and CT Automotive Retailers Tout Success of Consumer Rebates for Electric Vehicles
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DEEP and CT Automotive Retailers Tout Success of Consumer Rebates for Electric Vehicles

Tribuna Staff A new state program offering consumers cash rebates of up to $3,000 for purchasing or leasing eligible electric vehicles (EVs) is successfully creating interest and spurring…

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Countering Trump’s Racist Comments With Actual Facts
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Countering Trump’s Racist Comments With Actual Facts

By Latino Rebels, Via New America Media   Editor’s Note: This piece was first published on June 29 at LatinoRebels.com and republished at NAM (newamericamedia.org.) It is the…

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City of Danbury 311 Expands Its Hours to 24/7
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City of Danbury 311 Expands Its Hours to 24/7

As part of the City of Danbury’s “City of the Future” initiative, Mayor Mark Boughton is proud to announce that its award winning 311 system will increase its…

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