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Frank Abagnale in Connecticut: Catch Him if You Can!

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Agenda, Columns, News, What's Next In Your Life

Frank Abagnale in Connecticut: Catch Him if You Can!

By Nora Duncan

In a joint collaboration, AARP Connecticut and the Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) Office of Continuing Education will host a free fraud prevention event featuring Frank W. Abagnale, one of the world’s most respected authorities on forgery, embezzlement and secure documents, on Wednesday, September 27. Abagnale, who has advised the FBI on how to outsmart…

A Holistic Approach to Nurturing Children at St. Mary School

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Columns, Community In Focus, News

A Holistic Approach to Nurturing Children at St. Mary School

By Greg Viceroy, St. Mary School | Principal

Founded in 1963, St. Mary School in Bethel has provided a high-quality academic education to thousands of graduates. Building upon our rich history of excellence, we nurture and mold each child from Pre-K through 8th grade, spiritually, academically and socially. Our academic curriculum is designed to exceed local and national standards, providing a rigorous and…

The Story of Felipe Peláez

American Dream Series, Columns, News

The Story of Felipe Peláez

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Our interviewee today is Felipe Peláez. He was born and lived in the Republic of Colombia, specifically in the city of Medellín, Department of Antioquia. “Tell me Felipe, how did you decide to come to this country?” “The main reason was my eldest daughter. I was divorced and her mother decided to move from Colombia…

Hacienda Don Manuel Offers a Taste of Mexico in Brookfield

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Columns, Community In Focus, Culinary // Food, News

Hacienda Don Manuel Offers a Taste of Mexico in Brookfield

By Alicia + Renato Ghio

Owning a restaurant is a risk, even more so when you step into an existing business with a beleaguered reputation. However, Edgar Romero decided he was ready for the challenge, seizing the opportunity to move from management to owner. Romero, who has 15 years of experience in the restaurant industry, having worked his way up…

Defend DACA – Our Community Depends on It!

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Immigration, News, Opinion

Defend DACA – Our Community Depends on It!

By Camila Bortolleto CT Students for a DREAM Campaign Manager

These are difficult times for our immigrant community and many are feeling anxious with the increasing number of deportations taking place in Connecticut and across the country. Every week, it feels like there’s a new policy meant to target our immigrant community and make our lives more difficult. One source of anxiety for many young…

A Concession Deal Struck, But Still No Budget

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Cover, News, Politics

A Concession Deal Struck, But Still No Budget

By Paul Stern | CTMirror.org

The month in Connecticut started with political drama and a squeaky close vote on a package of wage and benefit concessions critical to shaping the Connecticut state budget – when the legislature can finally adopt one. As is often the case, however, Connecticut’s politics were upstaged by events at the White House, where President Donald…

An Invitation to Engage in a Global Environment Through Robotics

Letters To The Editor, News

An Invitation to Engage in a Global Environment Through Robotics

By Kay Bell

Dear Editor, It is a pleasure to inform you that Danbury Robotics is currently recruiting for all robotics teams. We are a non-profit community competitive robotics team program that competes through FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology – www.firstinspires.org). We coach kids from the Greater Danbury Area, including New York, from ages…

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