President Obama has declared a major disaster in the State of Connecticut for the area affected by the October nor’easter.
President Barack Obama has signed an emergency declaration for the Connecticut, ordering federal aid for commodities, food, water, emergency power and debris removal following a devastating October snowstorm.
The White House says an estimated 12, 000 current Connecticut college students will see lower student loan payments as a result of the administration’s student loan proposal, and another 39,000 will have the opportunity to consolidate their loans and simplify their payments.
Urging everyone in Hurricane Irene’s path to get ready, President Barack Obama decided to cut his vacation short Friday and return to the White House for a storm he described as potentially historic.
These photographs were taken Wednesday, May 18, 2011, at commencement ceremonies at the Coast Guard Academy, by Jon Moreno of the WTIC Internship Program.
President Barack Obama told U.S. Coast Guard graduates Wednesday to prepare for years filled with vital but dangerous tasks, tempering congratulations and praise with words of caution about a world full of threats.
President Barack Obama on Monday proclaimed the Connecticut Huskies as the best college basketball team in the land.
While she wasn’t there in person, Grammy Award winner Beyonce helped students at Waterford’s Clark Lane School dance their way to fitness Tuesday.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Connecticut this spring to deliver the U.S. Coast Guard Academy’s graduation keynote address.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he will appeal omission of Middlesex and Windham Counties from the disaster declaration after this winter’s record-setting snowfall.