Several 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.
Cities 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.
The United Way of New York City is distributing $5 million in aid to communities affected by Superstorm Sandy.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ The United Way says in response to concerns by a relative of one of the victims of the Newtown school shooting that a new non-profit group overseeing donations is getting […]
The first of the money donated through the United Way after the Newtown school shooting is being spent.
Info-Line is reminding residents without air conditioning that they can find the nearest cooling center by dialing Info-Line, 2-1-1.
Guests: Susan Dunn, United Way; Tim Phelan, Connecticut Retail Merchants Associaton