Connecticut authorities want to make sure that the public knows how the millions of dollars donated in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings is being spent.
A school official in North Stonington is proposing $15-a-year student dues to consolidate some charitable giving and limit numerous fundraisers competing for money.
If you want to know what an empty, meaningless political photo opportunity is look at Congressman Paul Ryan’s drop by at a food bank last week in Youngstown, Ohio.
Connecticut is graced with a multitude of wonderful art programs, nonprofit in nature, that provide the state and nation with great art as well as preserve the legacy of some great indigenous artists. Highlighted here are five arts programs that are giving back and worthy of both time and money.
State legislators are considering a bill that would allow for charitable donations instead of fines for hunting and fishing violations.
WTIC Salvation Army Holiday Stores collected more than $202,000 for charitable programs this holiday season.
By Dani Frank A string of colorful, tiny lights illuminating a winter night is a sign that the holidays are around the corner. If you are anything like my family, you may even tour the […]
Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun is preparing for a charity bicycle ride and a trip to the Caribbean, but says he’s not ready to decide on his future past that.
A Hartford man is charged with burglary and other charges after a break-in at a South End charity.
The WTIC Salvation Army Holiday Stores wrapped up another successful season at noon Christmas Eve. The final figure for the amount collected was $187,679.23 Major Doug Hart says that’s about $5,000 less than last year’s […]