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Casa Boricua de Meriden, the Meriden Public Schools and the Disaster Relief Committee of Meriden present a Disaster Relief Fundraiser.
During the holidays, the need for blood increases. So prepare to roll up your sleeve at the next GBLN-sponsored blood drive at Cesar Batalla School.
The parent company of our local power company is sending some of its staff to Puerto Rico to help rebuild the power grid.
On Tuesday, Nov. 7, residents will hit the polls and vote on City Council and Board of Education candidates, and decide on a library referendum.
Housatonic Community College in downtown Bridgeport has been named one of eight “Dream Leader” colleges nationwide by the Achieving the Dream network.
Stratford residents raised $30,000 in two weeks to contribute to the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Connecticut Area One of the Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Society Inc. is collecting toiletries for Puerto Rico under "Operation Zip-Loc."
Bridgeport's new Puerto Rico Relief Center was christened Wednesday on the ground floor of 2 Lafayette Square, where it shares office space with the American Job Center.
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