Community Bulletin Board
- All-Star Transportation Expanding Services
- African-Americans Save Ourselves Forum on Thursday
- Acts 4 Ministry Inc. Receives Generous Donation
- Local Football Players Earn Postseason Honors
- CJR Expanding Services
- Vendors Wanted for Chocolate Expo
- Click It Or Ticket!
- Grants for Kaynor Tech
- Red Carpet Exhibitions @ The Mattatuck Museum
- Get The Facts About Ebola at Saint Mary's Hospital
- Waterbury Branch of Metro North Rail Gets On Track
- Verizon's Holiday Food Drive
Community Bulletin Board
All-Star Transportation announced it has reached an agreement to purchase the Worhunsky Corporation of Plymouth, expanding its school bus services to Wolcott, Plymouth, Thomaston and Winchester. All-Star Transportation already provides school bus services to many schools in surrounding communities.
Acts 4 Ministry Inc. in Waterbury recently received a generous donation from the DaVita Way of Giving. In presenting the donation, the organization stated to Acts 4 Ministry, “In the spirit of the DaVita Way of Giving, our local dialysis clinics are donating $2,000 to Acts 4 Ministry, Inc. for your tremendous support to our patients and community in the Waterbury area with furniture, clothing and encouragement.”
Daniel W. Rezende, Executive Director of the Connecticut Junior Republic, recently announced that the organization is expanding its services for children, youth and families programs in six existing locations, including Waterbury, through the establishment of new Child, Youth and Family Support Centers (CYFSC’s).
Showcase and/or sell your delicious chocolate delights, specialty food items, unique gifts, products, and services. Chocolate Lovers’ Expo to benefit Easter Seals – Sunday, February 1, - 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. - Crowne Plaza Hotel, Southbury. Sign up by December 19 and receive 4 tickets at no charge. Call Faith Hull 203-754-5141 ext. 251.
State Representatives Anthony D’Amelio (R-71), Selim Noujaim (R-74), Larry Butler (D-72) and Jeffrey Berger (D-73) and State Senator Joe Markley (R-16) today applauded the state’s Bond Commission for approving $612,587 in grants for W.F. Kaynor Technical High School in Waterbury.
The Mattatuck Museum announces the opening of two “red carpet” exhibitions on Saturday, November 22, 2014 with a reception from 5:00-6:30 p.m. PALACE THEATER: A Staged Reflection, 1922-2014 relates the history of Waterbury’s Palace Theater from its inception and glory days through an economic downturn and falling into ruin to its resurrection and reinvigoration 10 years ago.
Get Facts (Not Hype) About the Ebola Virus at Saint Mary's Hospital Public Lecture
What are the symptoms? How does it spread? What are the risks?