Durham Brothers' Passion Is Helping Orphaned Children in Honduras

10/27/14

Durham Brothers' Passion Is Helping Orphaned Children in Honduras

When Charlie Proctor of Durham began his studies at Yale University a year ago, he didn’t have to look far for someone to take over Honduras Children’s Project, the organization he founded and led while attending high school at Hopkins.

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Liberians in Connecticut Fear Being Stigmatized Because of Ebola Crisis

10/24/14

Liberians in Connecticut Fear Being Stigmatized Because of Ebola Crisis

The vice president of the Liberian Community Association of Connecticut — who also is pastor of a New Haven parish — is concerned about stigma from the Ebola epidemic affecting Liberians in Connecticut.

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Ebola Concerns Have West Haven Family Quarantined After Return From Africa

10/23/14

Ebola Concerns Have West Haven Family Quarantined After Return From Africa

A family of six is quarantined in West Haven for 21 days after arriving in the U.S. from one of the Ebola-affected countries in West Africa, as per Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s recently enacted emergency protocol, city officials said.

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Connecticut Adds 11,500 Jobs in September, Unemployment at 6-Year Low

10/21/14

Connecticut Adds 11,500 Jobs in September, Unemployment at 6-Year Low

Connecticut’s unemployment rate hit its lowest point in nearly six years as 11,500 jobs were added in the state during September, the state Department of Labor said Monday.

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Connecticut Hacker and Member of Anonymous Pleads Guilty

10/20/14

Connecticut Hacker and Member of Anonymous Pleads Guilty

During 2010’s Operation Payback Anonymous members unleashed a digital arsenal on organizations that opposed Internet piracy and WikiLeaks. A UConn student took part in the operation.

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