Additional funding for a West Haven veterans program is included in a bipartisan Senate bill aimed at helping veterans who’ve waited a long time to receive medical care.
A new $35 million Armed Forces Reserve Center is opening in Danbury.
Connecticut’s congressional delegation wants full details of audits conducted at Veterans Administration medical facilities, including six in the state.
(NEW BRITAIN,Conn./CBS Connecticut) – The sixty ninth anniversary of the raising of the U.S flag on Mount Suribachi following the battle of Iwo Jima was commemorated Sunday morning at Connecticut’s Iwo Jima Memorial off Route […]
ROCKY HILL, Conn. (AP) — Five houses in Rocky Hill that state officials set aside for Connecticut military veterans have sat mostly empty for several years while statistics show one in 10 homeless people in […]
State officials say they want to raise awareness of an addition to Connecticut driver’s licenses aimed at helping veterans identify themselves to businesses in order to receive discounts, programs and services.
Construction on a veterans memorial at a park outside the Hartford Armory has yet to begin despite hopes expressed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other state officials that it would be complete by Veterans Day.
While advocates say the number of homeless Connecticut veterans has declined somewhat in recent years, there’s a new effort underway to try to eliminate homelessness among the state’s veteran population over the next two years.
An estimated 40,000 spectators are expected in Hartford Sunday as more than 3,000 marchers in more than 150 military and veterans’ groups and musical units step off in the annual Connecticut Veterans Parade.
A ceremony was held in a small park in front of the O’Neill state armory in Hartford today, in honor of a recently deceased Dayville man who was awarded the silver star for his actions during Vietnam.