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WTIC Public Affairs

The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” and “Living Well Connecticut”. “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Bill Pearse hosts “Living Well Connecticut” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Both shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents.
  • Sunday, January 15th
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 1/15/17

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Bill is joined this week in studio with Hannah Granfield, Director, Mentoring Services of the The Governor’s Prevention Partnership discuss The Governor’s Prevention Partnership offers youth prevention programs that are based on state-of-the-art research and trainings that are reality-based and relevant to our young peoples’ needs and environment.
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 1/15/17

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This week Sam is first joined by the State Dept of Labor with Gregg Kallajian, supervisor with the Labor Department’s Unemployment Insurance Unit. Gregg will talk about the 1099G tax statements.
    Nancy Steffens: Communications Director with the Labor Department. Nancy will talk about employment services at the American Job Centers. ·     Electronic copies of the 1099G, also known as Statements of Unemployment Compensation Payment are now available online only. Beginning January 1, 2017, CTDOL went green and now has a paperless system that allows claimants to retrieve statement from tax years 2012 to 2016. New Form Location. In the second half Mick Bolduc, State of Connecticut Department of Public Health discusses Flu vaccination. 
  • Sunday, January 8th
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 1/8/17

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. In the second weekend of 2017 Sam is joined by Johnathan Harris, Commissioner of the Department of Consumer Protection and Dr. James Feeney from St. Francis Hospital about the use of Medical Marijuana for pain management.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 1/8/17

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents.  Pam Atwood-Gerontologist and Director of dementia Care Services at Hebrew HealthCare in West Hartford and Tom Atwood, Physical Therapist and owner of Better Balance Physical Therapy, LLC and Pam's husband. Subject: Winter Concerns. Tom specializes in geriatric medicine and a fall prevention specialist. he also works with Parkinson’s Disease patients. One of the primary causes of falling is the fear of falling. Tom says people take smaller steps and that actually increases the possibility they will fall. It decreases the base of support. Tom says basically people; especially older people need enough space to walk with a walker in their environment.
  • Sunday, January 1st
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 1/1/17

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Sam starts the New Year by talking with State Rep. Je Verrengia about retraining police in the state of CT. In the second half Sam talks about New Years Resolutions with Bradley Biskup physician assistant with UConn Health, The Pat and Jim Calhoun Cardiology Center. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 1/1/17

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents.  Carlos Reinoso-Program Manager of Prevention Services and Partnerships   for the Governor's Prevention Partnership. The holidays are a time when teens are tempted to try alcohol and Carlos says teens and alcohol do not mix. He says the human brain   is not fully developed until a person is in their mid-20's/The brains of teens and adults process alcohol differently. He says alcohol affects the frontal lobe of the brain which is responsible for decision-making, self-control, thinking and emotions, Carlos says alcohol can have long lasting effects on the brain and affect the brain structure. He says the good news is 6 in 10 teens report not drinking alcohol.
  • Sunday, December 18th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 12/18/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Sam talks with Dr. Richard Freund, Richard Freund is the Director of the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies and Greenberg Professor of Jewish History at the University of Hartford. He has directed six archaeological projects in Israel and three projects in Europe on behalf of the University including: Bethsaida, Qumran, the Cave of Letters, Nazareth, Yavne, Har Karkom (Mount Sinai) as well as archaeological projects in Burgos and Cadiz, Spain and a research project at the extermination camp at Sobibor, Poland. The discuss holly sites across the world.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 12-18-16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”. “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Both shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents.  Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain. Dr. Eileen Comia-Medical Director of Advance Biomdical Treatment Center in Bloomfield. Dr. Comia believes the average   American gains   one and a half pound or more during the holidays, due to the Standard American Diet, which she says is filled with processed foods that contain additives, preservatives, artificial food colors and sweetener. They are also very high in sugar, carbohydrates and dairy, but low in   protein and vegetables. She says b a majority of people have tried to lose weight more than twice in their life and 30 percent have tried it more than 10 times.
  • Sunday, December 11th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 12/11/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Joe Furey , Chief Meteorologist at the WTIC Weather center. Joe gave an overview of what kind of weather we can expect over the winter. He says it appears we will be looking at a more avenge winter than last year, which was warmer and had less snow than   recent winters. He says there are indications of a more normal winter here. With some of the coldest air up over Siberia, the coldest in 50 years, the question will be how the jet stream   lines up. That will determine if we have a severe winter, like the one 2 years ago or the average winter with 45-55 inches of snow and temperatures close to normal.
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 12/11/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Dec is the Winter Solstice. Kristine Larson, Astrophysics, History of Astronomy, Women in Science, Science & Society, for Central Ct State University. The discuss the reasons for the Winter Solstice and what causes the changes in season in this region and other reasons are a different season on the planet.  In the second half Sam talks with Acting bureau chief with Cosmo Ignoto for the State DOT about some new equipment that will allow the state to make the roadways safer this winter.
  • Sunday, December 4th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 12/4/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. www.Filectui.com is a new place to file unemployment online.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 12/4/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Both shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents.  Jane Urban-Franchise Owner Home Instead Senior Care in West Hartford. Be A Santa to a Senior. Jane says the program spreads holiday cheer to order adults who don't have family nearby or area on a tight budget. The program provides gifts and companionship.
  • Sunday, November 27th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 11/27/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”. “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Sams guest include Congressman John Larson who talks with Sam about the changes he would liek to see to the I-84 path in Hartford and the latest appointees of President Elect Donald Trump.In the second half Sam talks with Mike McGarry who has continued to be a hands-on advocate of Hartford's beautification. They discuss the holiday happenings in downtown Hartford.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 11/27/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces and “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am.  Pamela Atwood ,Gerontologist and  Director of Dementia  Care Services at Hebrew HealthCare in West Hartford and  Julianne  Roth, Owner of  Companions  for Living Homecare  agency in West Hartford. Julianne says she established the agency 11 years ago and got into the business after 29 years in the corporate world and decided she wanted to do something where she felt she was making more of a contribution. She says the agency’s philosophy is everyone should be able to live three they want under their own terms. She says Companions for Living provides mindful care for older adults and the staff builds relationships based on trust and respect. Julianne says the federal department of Labor changed the rules for how caregivers are paid in their industry about a year ago, making live-in care much more complex and more expensive.
  • Sunday, November 20th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 11/20/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Timothy G. Phelan, President, Connecticut Retail Merchants Association. The holiday season is starting and what are the retailers expecting from the holiday shopping season. The season seems to start earlier and earlier. Is there any benefit the retailers are seeing from this strategy? In the second half Sam is joined by Elena Tipton of Dr. Thomas O'Connell School in East Hartford emerged as the winning candidate with her "Campaign for Kindness" platform as the first kid Governor of Connecticut and Brian Cofrancesco, Head of Connecticut's Kid Governor program.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 11/20/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. “Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents.  Lois Anderson- Chair of the 36th Annual Mark Twain House and Museum Holiday House Tour. The Holiday House Tour. The tour is being held December 4th from 11 am until 4 pm. It features five unique private homes in Hartford, West Hartford and Bloomfield, including the Mark Twain House and the home of Connecticut Attorney General George Jepson. All homes will be decorated for the holidays and there will be live music and floral arrangements. The Twain mansion will be decorated for a late 19th century Christmas. Tickets are 30 dollars in advance and 35 dollars the day of the tour. Proceeds from the tour will benefit the continued restoration, preservation and education programs of the Mark Twain House and Museum. This year for the first time in many years the mahogany room in the home will be open. Once used as a bedroom it has been refurbished.
  • Sunday, November 13th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 11/13/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”. “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This week Sam talks with Linda Dixon of CT DCF They discuss Child Adoption. In the second half he talks with Dr. Electra V. Kaloudis, Director of the Lung Cancer Screening Program at UConn Health discuss lung cancer awareness. . 
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 11/13/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Bill is joined by Karen Adamson-Executive Director of Operation Fuel. Operation Fuel begins taking applications for winter energy assistance December first. It provides emergency energy assistance year-round through its statewide network of more than 100   fuel banks to families and individuals in financial crisis. Energy affordability is a year round problem for some 313 thousand Connecticut households.
  • Sunday, November 6th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 11/6/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. In the first half Sam discusses the Veterans Day Parade in Downtown Hartford. In the second half he talks with Dr. Peter Albertson of UConn Health about prostate caner and some new findings.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 11/6/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Dr. Susanne Harrison-Owner of DemaLuxe in Colebrook. National health Skin Month in November. Susanne says   unseen UV radiation from the sub penetrates deep into the skin, reaching the dermis, where collagen, what she calls the structural scaffolding of the skin is located. This causes the skin to sag in places, creating wrinkles >she says one of the keys to health skin is to reduce sun exposure. She says damage at the cellular level can result in skin cancer.
  • Sunday, October 30th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 10/30/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Patrick J. Flaherty, Assistant Director of Research, Department of Labor. The lates employment numbers are out and Sam and Patrick break them down. In the second half of the show The Ct Opera talks with Sam about their upcoming performance of  Hänsel and Gretel November 4th @ 8:00 PM and Sunday, November 6th @ 2:00 PM at the Hoffman Auditorium at the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, Connecticut.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 10/30/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This week our good friend Pamela Atwood returns with Ian MacDonald, Ian MacDonald
    North Central Regional Director Alzheimer's Association.
  • Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 10/23/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. In this week’s show Sam is joined by, Bill Salk from Eastern Ct State University. They discuss the election and the candidates along with the process. In the second half Sam is joined by Dr. Bruce Gould, Associate Dean for primary care, UConn School of medicine. They discuss National Primary Care Week and the prospect of a shortage of primary care physicians in the future. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 10/23/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Betsy Nilan, CT operations Coordinator of Get In Touch Foundation and daughter of Mary AnnWasil. Mary Ann is a Breast Cancer Survivor, Health Activist, Author, President, CEO and Founder of The Get In Touch Foundation. Mary Ann Wasil, passed away on April 15, 2016. The mission of the Get In Touch Foundation is to provide breast health initiatives that educate gals and guys of all ages how to "get in touch" with their bodies, information, and each other in our crusade against breast cancer.
  • Sunday, October 16th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 10/16/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 10/16/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents.
  • Sunday, October 9th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 10/9/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Joette Katz, DCF CommissionerCommissioner. Talks about some of the changes in the DCF system and how families and children get served. In the second half Secretary of the State Denise Merrill talks about the get out and vote campaign. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 10/9/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am.  Dr.Andrew Salner-Director Helen and Harry Gray Cancer  Center at Hartford Hospital. American Cancer Society Action Network Report. Dr. Salner says  more than half the states  are making progress  on policies  in the fight against cancer.34 states and the District of Columbia  are making progress  in enacting and strengthening  policies that fight cancer, but  14 states are falling short, Connecticut is among those making progress meeting  ACS CAN's benchmarks in 6 of 10 issues, Connecticut has made progress  in reducing its tobacco burden, but the report says Connecticut's  tobacco control program  remains woefully underfunded.
  • Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 10/2/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Sam is joined in studio with Mayor Luke Bronin to discuss Hartford and its well being. The tax issue is always looming int he city and now the Dunkin Donuts stadium is making the money factor even tighter. In the second half sam talks with CT Coalition against domestic violence. They bring attention to the domestic violence in the state and how it effects citizens effected by the growing matter. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 10/2/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am.  Pam Atwood -Gerontologist and Certified Dementia Practitioner at Hebrew HealthCare in West Hartford and Charmaine Emond Director of the Senior Day Center at Hebrew HealthCare in West Hartford. Day Centers, They discussed how day centers provide companionship and care for seniors who need supervision during the day.
  • Sunday, September 25th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face Ct 9/25/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Aaron Kupec and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. The Lt. Gov Nancy Wyman joins Aaron to discuss her trip to the Big E and business enviroment in CT with Sikorsky making a deal to stay in Ct for at least the next 16 years. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 9/25/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Jennifer Walker-Vice President of Communications and Advocacy -Ameriacan Alzheimer's Associatoion Connecticut Chapter. Alzheimers and Walks to End Alzheimers.Jennifer says there is a lont of research that is ongoing and there is a national plan for a treatment or cure by 2025.Jennifer says with many baby boomers mooving into the higher rsk category for Alzheimers, ages 65 and up it is imperative that work continues to find a treatment and utlimately a cure for Alzheimer's.
  • Sunday, September 18th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 9/18/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  "At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Hollis Hartman from The Landing of Farmington and T.J. Goldberg of West Hartford,both volunters with the American Parkinson's Disease Association's Optimism Walk an both are on the Board of Directors of the Connectuicut Chapter of the American Parkinson's Disease Association. T.J.'s husband was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson's after numerous misdiagnoses. Optimism walk coming up October 29, at Elixabeth prark .The walk is 1.5 miles but particiapnts can walk as far or as little as they wish,There is also a Paws for Parkinson's this year and dogs are welcome.T.J. said that any kind of exercise on a daily basis is good for those who have Parkinson's.Hollis said for the walk people can recruit teammates and raise funds.She says people can go to Facebook, or can log on to CTAPDA.org.
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 9/18/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” “Face Connecticut” is hosted by aaron Kupec and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. This week Aaron is joined by Assistant US Attorney Rob Spector, together they discuss the Opoid epidemic and National Opoid Awareness Week.
  • Sunday, September 11th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 9/11/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Aaron Kupec and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Aaron is joined in studio with Mike Lawlor, Under Secretary for Criminal Justice Policy and Planning. They discuss prision population in the state and also what the crime numbers across the state area. Aong with what are effecting the numbers.  
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 9/11/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. This week Bill talks with Dr. Damon Jenkins of Jenkins Dental at Bynes Falls in Coventry discuss how medication, both prescription and over the counter, effects oral health. 
  • Sunday, September 4th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 9/4/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Bill is joined in studio by Bob Gomez an engineer who works with the state DOT. They discuss how back to school means different traffic routines for commuters. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 9/4/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Aaron Kupec and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. This week Aaron talks with Justin Gargano, president of the Connecticut Brewers Guild.
  • Sunday, August 28th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 8/28/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This week Bill is joined in studio by Marta Bentham, Senior Executive Director of Family Services and Ombudsman for the Hartford Public Schools Welcome Center. Together they discuss back to school for the City of Hartford students. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 8/28/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Matt Dwyer and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. on this weeks show Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents Executive Director Dr. Joseph J. Cirasuolo discusses students' return to class, a major school funding lawsuit, and how state budget problems are impacting local schools.
  • Sunday, August 21st, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 8/21/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Dr. Randall Nelson- State Public Health Veterinarian. Zika and Other Mosquito - Borne Diseases.Even though we do not faces a risk from Zika -carrying mosquitoes here, Dr, Nelson says the disease does still affect Connecticut because we have people that travel to areas where Zika does pose a risk.Dr. Nelson says there is a lot of misunderstanding about Zika,in part because it is realtively new and confusion about the types of mosquitoes in Connecticut .
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 8/21/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Matt Dwyer and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Matt is joined by Central CT State University President Jack Miller. They discuss his retirement from the university and what he plans to do to enjoy retirement. 
  • Sunday, August 14th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 8/14/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Ann McKormick-Vice President of Sales and Marketing -Duncaster Retirement Community in Bloomfield. Long Term Care Insurance.Carol Ann says there are many myths about long term care policies and there are often differences in policies for husbands and wives.She says long term care insurance is something many people do not have and donot think about it because they would normallly not be using it until later in life.
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 8/14/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Aaron Kupec and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Aaron is joined by Mayor Daniel Drew of Middletown. Some harsh weather hit the city of the last couple days. How has the city been fairing getting it self back on its feet. 
  • Sunday, August 7th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 8/7/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Bill talks with Karen Adamson-Executive Director Operation Fuel. Summer Energy Assistance.Karen has been on the job for nearly a month and takes over for long time Executive Director Pat Wrice.She says Operation Fuel is taking applications for energy assistance from households that are in danger of having their utilities turned off.She says a lack of electricty can be very unhalthy during hot weather, especially for young children, the elderly and those with health issues.
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 8/7/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Aaron Kupec and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Kevin Lembo joins Aaron in the studio to discuss the latest in the budget as of June. 
  • Sunday, July 31st, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 7/31/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Bill talks with James Wadleigh Chief Executive Officer for Access Health CT. They discuss some myths and facts about the exchange system and also the deadline for changes that are going to happen for the requirements to some of the plans programs. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 7/31/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Matt Dwyer talks with the new DMV Commissioner Michael Bzdyra about his first few months in office and the challenges and changes he is looking to make. 
  • Sunday, July 24th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 7/24/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Bill is joined this week in studio with Pamela Atwood. This week's topic is how the growing number of aging citizens will receive healthcare as they get older. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 7/214/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut” a “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This week Aaron talks with UConn Health's Dr. Daniel Rosenberg, Professor of Medicine Investigator, Center for Molecular Medicine. Also in studio is  Dr. Thomas Devers, Assistant Professor, Medicine Site Director, Gastroenterology-Hepatology Fellowship Program. Together they discuss new treatments for colon cancer. 
  • Sunday, July 17th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 7/17/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Aaron Kupec fills in for Sam and talks state transportation with Jim Cameron, founder of the Commuter Action Group and former chairman of the Connecticut Rail Commuter Council. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 7/17/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This week bill talks with Jane Urban, Franchise owner of Home Instead Senior Care of West Hartford. 
  • Sunday, July 10th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 7/10/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Aaron Kupec this week and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am.Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Aaron talks with Mark E. Ojakian, President, Connecticut State Colleges & Universities. They discuss the challenges and changes that face the state's education system. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 7/10/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am.Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Bill talks with Sheryl Hack, Executive Director of Connecticut Landmarks. Together they discuss Connecticut Landmarks’ mission to inspire interest and encourage learning about the American past by preserving selected historic properties, collections and stories and presenting programs that meaningfully engage the public and our communities. 
  • Monday, July 4th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 7/3/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am.Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This weekend Bill is joined by Trudi Lebron Program Director for Oh SNAP! Hartford. Oh SNAP! Hartford is a collaboration between the Farmers' Market at Billings Forge, West End Farmers' Market, North End Farmers' Market, and Homestead Farmers' Market. Farmers' markets bring locally sourced food to the community. All food is grown and made in Connecticut by rural farmers, urban farmers, and chefs alike. 
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 7/3/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This holiday weekend Aaron Kupec fills in for Sam and talks with Kevin Dillon, executive director of the Connecticut Airport Authority. they discuss holiday travel and also changes that will be coming to the airport. 
  • Sunday, June 26th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face CT 6/26/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This week Aaron Kupec fills in for Sam and talks with Karen Jarmoc, President & CEO, Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence. They discuss domestic violence and changes that are coming as of July 1st. Beginning on July 1, 2016, certain domestic violence offender programs in Connecticut will have to meet the state’s new Domestic Violence Offender Program Standards. Adopted by the General Assembly in 2015, the new program standards are intended to provide a framework and establish consistency among offender services, ensuring that programs emphasize the accountability of individual offenders.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 6/26/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”.  Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. This week Bill is joined in studio by a longtime friend of the show Pamela Atwood, Director of Dementia Care Services for Hebrew Healthcare. Together they discuss the changes in care and also in checking for Parkinson’s Disease.
  • Sunday, June 19th, 2016
  • WTIC Public Affairs Face Ct 6/19/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces “Face Connecticut”  “Face Connecticut” is hosted by Sam Gingerella and airs Sunday mornings from 6am – 6:30am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. With the start of summer approaching Sam talks with Jane M. Grant-Kels, M.D. Professor of Dermatology, Pediatrics, and Pathology. Vice Chair, Department of Dermatology. Director of Dermatopathology. Chair of Melanoma Signature Program. Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs. Director of Dermatology Residency Program at UConn Health Center. They discuss summer skin care. In the second half of the show Sam talks with  Karen Quesnel, Business Services, CT Department of Labor. Together they discuss the Disability Empowerment initiative. How can people use the program and how it is helping people in the state get jobs and lasting careers.
  • WTIC Public Affairs At Home CT 6/16/16

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    The WTIC Public Affairs Department produces  “At Home In CT”. Bill Pearse hosts “At Home In CT” which airs Sunday mornings at 6:50am. Shows focus on topics that are of concern to Connecticut residents. Bill is joined this week by Patrick Fisher, Executive Director of the Connecticut Sports Mangement Group. Together they discuss the 2016 Nutmeg State Games. The Nutmeg State Games is the largest amateur multi-sport sporting event in Connecticut. Now celebrating it’s 28th Anniversary of uniting Connecticut’s residents in the common bond of amateur sport and Olympic spirit. 

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