In Wake of Obama’s Executive Action, Advocates Warn About Scams

By New America Media President Barack Obama announced on Thursday his plan to take executive action on immigration. His plan would revise enforcement priorities to focus on recent arrivals and those who had committed serious crimes. It would expand the existing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and create a new deferred action program for parents […]

In Wake of Obama’s Executive Action, Advocates Warn About Scams

Malloy to Cut State Budget

By Ann-Marie Adams, Staff Writer HARTFORD — In an effort to close a projected $100 million deficit, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to cut the state’s budget this week. Budget Director Benjamin Barnes in a briefing held on Monday at the state Capitol said Malloy’s administration can make that cut without legislature approval. The […]

Malloy to Cut State Budget

Record Number of Latinos to Serve in House

News Report By Griselda Nevarez, VOXXI A record-setting 29 Latinos will take seats in the U.S. House of Representatives following the results of this year’s midterm elections, according to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO). When the 114th Congress convenes in January, five new Latinos will serve in the House and […]

Record Number of Latinos to Serve in House

State Police Reports Missing Man from Nevada

21 November 2014

NEW BRITAIN — State Police are searching for a missing New Britain man who  was last seen driving on Route 9. According Lt. Paul Vance, Henry Williams Jr. was driving  a 2013 gray Honda  as he was  following a family member in the New Britain area. He had a Nevada registration, 206 YKD. Williams recently moved to Connecticut and he […]

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Hartford Police Investigate South End Shooting

20 November 2014

HARTFORD —  Police are still investigating a Hartford man, who was shot in the face by a firefighter earlier this month. He was discharged from the hospital yesterday with his mouth “wire shut,” according to reports. Jose Medina, 28, of 86 Webster St., in the South End, was discharged from Hartford Hospital Wednesday. No arrests […]

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Bond Commission Approves Metro-North Funds

19 November 2014

HARTFORD — In a move to fix an “unreliable and inefficient”  New Haven-Metro North line, the  State Bond Commission approved more than $53 million for the Connecticut Department of Transportation  to begin work to replace the line’s 118-year-old Walk Bridge, a component of a larger project that will create or retain approximately 4,500 construction-related jobs, state […]

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Commission to Vote on Tech School Expansion

18 November 2014

HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy recently  announced that the State Bond Commission on Wednesday will vote to approve $5 million for the continued expansion of the Connecticut Technical High School System’s  manufacturing programs, as well as funds for a new extended-hours program. The State Bond Commission is scheduled to vote on the items at […]

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