Manufacturing Enrollment Push Targets VeteransConnecticut veterans are being targeted in the push to boost enrollment in the advanced manufacturing technology programs offered at seven public community colleges around the state.
New Section Opens At State Veterans CemeteryOfficials gathered at the State Veterans Cemetery in Middletown Thursday to open a new section of the cemetery. The columbarium will be the final resting place for the cremated remains of 3,000 veterans.
7 Notable Athletes in the MilitaryIn relation to pro sports, hundreds of athletes in the past century have served in the military in some capacity. Though it’s impossible to name all of them, here are some notable ones who served.
5 Ways To Give Back To Our Military Heroes On Memorial DaySpend some time giving back to our military heroes this Memorial Day. Here are five great ways to honor a vet today.
Homelessness Declines In ConnecticutThere is some encouraging news on chronic homelessness in Connecticut.
Connecticut Veterans Park To Receive Artifacts From Sept. 11A Connecticut veterans park will be receiving some of the last remaining artifacts from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center.
Medals Awarded To Hartford-area VeteransDozens of Hartford-area veterans were today awarded a state medal for their service during time of war.
Connecticut Credited With Ending Veteran HomelessnessConnecticut's governor says the federal government has certified the state as having effectively ended homelessness among military veterans.
Veterans Told They Don't Have To MoveVeterans living at several Connecticut retirement centers are being told they can remain at those facilities because of a provision in the new federal budget.
Veterans Memorial DedicatedMemorial had been planned for 8 years
Prison Veterans Unit To Be DedicatedGovernor Malloy to attend ceremony
Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Georges EsperanceFor Georges Esperance, serving in the Marine Corps meant escape from a bleak life in Haiti and the opportunity to serve something greater than himself.