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  • Business Group Backs CL&P Rate Request

    Business Group Backs CL&P Rate Request
    The Connecticut Business and Industry Association, the state's largest business organization with more than 10,000 member companies, has long lamented high energy costs as an undue burden on businesses and one main reason why economic growth has generally...
  • Forgiveness Helped Grieving Father Let Go Of Crippling Anger

    Forgiveness Helped Grieving Father Let Go Of Crippling Anger
    The Rev. Walt Everett was in a Virginia hotel on his way south to participate in a Habitat for Humanity build when word came there was an emergency at home. His adopted 24-year old son, Scott, had been shot and killed at his Bridgeport apartment...
  • It's a masquerade… Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County prepares for annual gala

    Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County (SPBC) will host the third annual "Masquerade Gala" Oct. 18 at The Club at Boca Pointe, the theme is Unmasking Poverty Housing. This year's honorary chairperson Nancy Proffitt of Proffitt Management...
  • Church Leads Hartford's Asylum Hill Revival

    Church Leads Hartford's Asylum Hill Revival
    Last month, there was a wall-raising by volunteers who are building a Victorian-style home in Hartford's Asylum Hill neighborhood. There haven't been many of these put up since Queen Victoria herself left the throne. It's a good story. At the dawn of...
  • My Time: WoodsWork team honored for help

    My Time: WoodsWork team honored for help
    For over 25 years, Woods Memorial Church has been sending people to various parts of the country to assist the Habitat for Humanity organization. This student-led group called WoodsWork was honored recently by the Morris County, New Jersey, Habitat for...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Grandma's Attic Auction Of Antiques And Collectibles

    Middlesex Habitat for Humanity will be hosting its third annual Grandma's Attic Auction on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 7p.m. The event will feature many unique, one of a kind pieces, antiques and collectibles, along with other remarkable items received as...
  • Slinging drinks for a cause

    Slinging drinks for a cause
    "Realtors are fun" was the theme of the most recent fundraising event for the Carroll County Association of Realtors Foundation, a charity bartending competition held at Maggie's in Westminster. "It's a fairly successful, easy no-brainer," said Jenny...
  • Wheaton's James Ellingson, businessman, dies at 81

    James Ellingson created and ran a successful Rolling Meadows-based building materials distribution firm. Mr. Ellingson also was willing to get his hands dirty when it came to volunteering in Wheaton, his longtime home, building sets for the Wheaton...
  • Two new hires at PNC

    Suzette Covalt and Matthew Will joined the PNC Business Banking staff. Covalt recently joined PNC Bank as vice president in business banking. Covalt provides the knowledge and expertise to help business owners choose the right products and services to...
  • Seeking to serve

    Looking to make a difference one Saturday a month? Come to Taylorsville United Methodist Church. Serving Second Saturday, or S.S.S., is a new outreach ministry of the church seeking to offer an opportunity for people in the church and the community to...
  • Teen of the Week: Annapolis High teen fosters goodwill as 'change agent'

    Teen of the Week: Annapolis High teen fosters goodwill as 'change agent'
    Annapolis High School sophomore Raegan Parker has several goals she'd like to see achieved before she graduates. An enthusiastic member of the Panthers' softball team, Raegan would love to see the team win a game. Just one. Though it works hard, the...
  • Habitat steps in to help veteran improve home

    Instead of being evicted, 89-year-old Royal Manor Estates resident Calvin Dever will have a newly refurbished and painted home, courtesy of Habitat for Humanity's Neighborhood Revitalization Program. The revitalization program rehabilitates existing...