Malloy Extends Cold Weather ProtocolGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he's extending Connecticut's severe cold weather protocol, which requires agencies to work with United Way 2-1-1 and the state's network of homeless shelters to make sure people are protected from the frigid temperatures.
NEW EPISODE: Community Connections: Read Across America DayRead Across America Day is a nationwide reading celebration that takes place on Dr. Seuss's Birthday (March 2nd). United Way has been bringing kids, books and volunteers together to participate in this annual event since 2013.
Towns Open Cooling CentersSeveral cities and towns in Connecticut will be opening cooling centers amid expected high temperatures and humidity that will make it feel like more than 100 degrees outside.
Towns Open Cooling Centers To Help Residents Cope With HeatCities and towns have begun opening cooling centers and compiling lists of public places where residents can go for relief from the heat as a third day of temperatures in the nineties arrives.
United Way Handing Out $5M In Sandy Aid The United Way of New York City is distributing $5 million in aid to communities affected by Superstorm Sandy.
United Way Defends Newtown Donations Process
Some Newtown Donations Being SpentThe first of the money donated through the United Way after the Newtown school shooting is being spent.
Cooling Center Information AvailableInfo-Line is reminding residents without air conditioning that they can find the nearest cooling center by dialing Info-Line, 2-1-1.
Face Connecticut November 28, 2010