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Connecticut's governor, Dannel P. Malloy, is asking FEMA to immediately reverse its sudden decision to rescind housing benefits for 36 displaced Puerto Rican families residing in the state.
Volunteers who care about the homeless population of Bridgeport are needed to conduct surveys, serve meals, and help with set-up and clean-up at Point in Time (PIT) headquarters.
Postponed because of the weather, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Bridgeport's Three Kings Day Celebration has been moved to Friday, Jan. 12.
Connecticut's U.S. senators, Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy, have returned from Puerto Rico and are urging more aid for the island.
What a year 2017 was for the Greater Bridgeport Latino Network.
Both of Connecticut’s two U.S. senators will travel to Puerto Rico Tuesday to learn more about the ongoing damage from Hurricane Maria.
For anyone interested in Bridgeport's South End, a Public Information Meeting with Resilient Bridgeport will be held Tuesday at the New Vision International Ministries.
FEMA has extended the application deadline to apply for the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers Blue Roof program.
A "Concert for the Homeless" will rock the Bijou Theatre, bringing help to a community which faces mounting challenges every time winter approaches.
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