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  1. Feds Award Connecticut $249,803 For Low-Income Students To Fund AP Tests

    Feds Award Connecticut $249,803 For Low-Income Students To Fund AP Tests

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- The U.S. Department of Education announced on Wednesday, Aug. 12, that it has awarded $28.4 million in Advanced Placement (AP) grants to 38 states, with Connecticut receiving $249, 803, as part of its efforts to boost college and career-readiness for historically undeserved students. Other recipients of the grants include Washington, D.C. and the Virgin ...

  2. Best Gas Prices In Norwalk

    Best Gas Prices In Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. –  Before the weekend begins, find out where the best gas prices are in Norwalk. The gas prices have been found courtesy of gasbuddy.com. Wheels on Main Avenue and Grist Mill Road has gas for $2.73. Wheels on Main Avenue near Perry Avenue has gas for $2.79. Global on Main Avenue near Linden Street has gas for $2.79. Global on Main Street and Cross Street has gas ...

  3. Blumenthal Blasts Lack Of Life-Saving Technology On Metro-North Trains

    Blumenthal Blasts Lack Of Life-Saving Technology On Metro-North Trains

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Following a recent Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) report that the majority of railroads will miss the Dec. 31, 2015 deadline to implement Positive Train Control technology, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) wrote to the FRA and Metro-North Railroad. In a letter to FRA Acting Administrator Sarah Feinberg, Blumenthal stated that the FRA must hold ...

  4. Family Of Student Who Committed Suicide Sues Greenwich, School For Bullying

    Family Of Student Who Committed Suicide Sues Greenwich, School For Bullying

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The family of Bartlomiej "Bart" Palosz, a 15-year-old Greenwich High School student who took his own life on the first day of the 2013 school year, is planning to sue the Town of Greenwich and the school for the death of their son, according to greenwichtime.com. Palosz shot himself with a family-owned shotgun on Aug. 27, 2013, and his death was investigated after a ...

  5. Ridgefield Native Mike Deutsch Gets A Handle On Gap In The Tablet Market

    Ridgefield Native Mike Deutsch Gets A Handle On Gap In The Tablet Market

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Two men, including Ridgefield High School graduate Mike Deutsch, are launching a website for a new product to help people who can't seem to get comfortable holding an iPad or tablet to get a better grip. Six years ago, current Brookfielder and Ridgefield native Deutsch met Steve Semler, of Green Valley, Ariz., at a tech conference. Deutsch had just dropped his ...

  6. GE Interns Volunteer With STAR, Inc. In Norwalk

    GE Interns Volunteer With STAR, Inc. In Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Eighteen college interns in town for GE’s Risk Management Program, based in Norwalk, volunteered at STAR, Inc., Lighting the Way on July 29 amid soaring temperatures, to do exterior scraping, painting and trim work at one of STAR’s 18 residential living locations for independent adults with developmental disabilities in Fairfield County. The interns hail from 11 ...

  7. DC Delegation Supports $12M For Metro-North's Danbury Branch

    DC Delegation Supports $12M For Metro-North's Danbury Branch

    NORWALK, Conn. -- In a letter to the U.S. Department of Transportation, state officials offered full support for Connecticut’s request for $12 million in federal aid for the design, engineering and construction of a new dock yard in Norwalk for Metro-North’s Danbury branch line. Officials included Secretary Anthony Foxx, U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Chris Murphy ...

  8. P2P Names Norwalk Community College Adjunct As New Board President

    P2P Names Norwalk Community College Adjunct As New Board President

    DARIEN, Conn. -- Rebecca Wilson, who has been a member of the Darien-based Person-to-Person Board of Directors for the past eight years, was elected to a two-year presidential term at the board’s annual meeting. Wilson first joined the board’s Executive Committee in 2009, serving as chair of the Scholarship Committee and as vice president. Her involvement with P2P reflects her passion ...

  9. Norwalk DMV Office Closing For A Week For Computer Upgrades

    Norwalk DMV Office Closing For A Week For Computer Upgrades

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- If you need a trip to the Department of Motor Vehicles, you better move fast and make a Saturday morning visit.  As the state makes major customer service improvements, including the addition of new online services, all DMV offices in Connecticut  – except for licensing services – will be closed from Tuesday, Aug. 11, through Saturday, Aug. 15. These ...

  10. Pour Yourself A Tall One For International Beer Day, Norwalk

    Pour Yourself A Tall One For International Beer Day, Norwalk

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — The time has come to celebrate your love for all things beer — whether you're a casual beer drinker or a lager connoisseur — as the first Friday of August celebrates International Beer Day. As plenty of bars, restaurants and pubs participate in the day, part of the beer-day tradition is to keep on giving the gift of beer. Whether it's buying your friends their ...

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