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Addi Lawlor, 4, of Milford, and her sister, Cali, 3, paint rocks at "Rock On Creations" table in downtown as part of a pirate event in Milford, Conn. on Sunday, June 9, 2013. The Milford Library will host a rock-painting event for children on July 22nd.

Rock-painting event for children set for July 22nd

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From a press release: MILFORD — Fun for the whole family!   Milford Library is holding a rock painting workshop on Tuesday, July 22 at 2 PM.   We’ll supply the paints, brushes, and markers.   You’ll supply the rocks and the creativity! This fun program is open to all ages, from grandparents to aged 10.   Please bring […] [Read More]
Twenty-five students from Milford received a Milford Chamber of Commerce Trust Scholarship at the 2015 Trust Scholarship Presentation and State of the City Event, Friday, May 29th.

25 Milford students awarded Milford Chamber scholarships

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From a press release: Milford  – Twenty-five Milford students were presented with scholarships at Milford’s 2015 Chamber Trust Scholarship Presentation and State of the City Address, held by the Milford Chamber of Commerce, Inc. on Friday, May 29th at Aldario’s Restaurant. The $20,500.00 in scholarships is funded through the Milford Chamber of Commerce Trust Fund […] [Read More]
Identical twins and Yaritza, left, and Yanitza Casillis celebrate outside of The Klein in downtown Bridgeport after commencement ceremonies for the Bridgeport Department of Adult Education Tuesday night. Both graduates received achievement awards.

Bridgeport Adult Education awards diplomas to 117

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BRIDGEPORT — The Bridgeport Dept. of Adult Education on Tuesday night awarded 117 high school diplomas to seniors at a cap and gown ceremony that took place at The Klein in downtown Bridgeport The senior class speaker was Zulma Lorenzo, who had more than her share of obstacles on her path to a diploma. “I […] [Read More]
"Rising Stars" drew big crowds at the Stratford Library in previous outings.  The latest will take place on June 13th.

Rising Stars event for teens at the Stratford Library June 13

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From a press release: STRATFORD — The Stratford Library’s Teen Services Department will hold its semi-annual “Rising Stars @ SLA” program on Saturday, June 13 from 1-5 pm in the Lovell Room. A town-wide creative arts performance event geared to all Stratford teens, the program is free and open to the public. “This is really […] [Read More]
Group Photo, Left to right: Members of the Jonathan Law Key Club pose outside the school with the awards they received at the New England District Convention held in April in Springfield, Mass. Pictured left to right are: Laney Ackley, Dominick Buccitti, Peter Tournas, Mike Jalaf, Hayley Palmer, Tyler Chavez, Carol Phillips, Max Slusky, Alexis Maltes, Jordan Negron, Annie Khamhoung, Samantha Hudak, Marissa Pollack, Richard Ung and Meghan Hripak.

Jonathan Law High Key Club prevails at conference

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From a press release: MILFORD – Members of the Jonathan Law High School Key Club ‘prevailed victorious’ at the New England District Conference held in April in Springfield, Mass. The service organization, which is the youth version of the Milford Kiwanis Club, has long been a powerhouse at the Devon school for more than 50 […] [Read More]

Adult Education classes canceled for Tuesday, May 26, 2015

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BRIDGEPORT — Because of an electrical problem at Central High School, classes for tonight (Tuesday night) have been canceled, according to school officials. [Read More]

SCSU to host open house for STEM grad program

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From a press release: NEW HAVEN – Southern Connecticut State University will hold an open house June 12 for its graduate programs in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines. The event will run from 2 to 6 p.m. inside the campus’s Buley Library. Many of the faculty members who teach in the STEM […] [Read More]
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Several of the sports teams at Newtown High School, girls gymnastics & golf, and boys volleyball, are currently unfunded and have to raise their own funds to cover all expenses. Here, Newtown's Jeremy Doski (3) and Shelton's Rhodric McCurdy (9) both go up for the ball during the boys high school volleyball game between Shelton and Newtown high schools.

Newtown alumni step up to plate for school sports

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From a press release: NEWTOWN, CT (May 21, 2015) – The Newtown Alumni Fund (NAF) has announced the results of their fundraising challenge to support school sports in Newtown. Several of the sports teams at Newtown High School, girls gymnastics & golf, and boys volleyball, are currently unfunded and have to raise their own funds […] [Read More]