Category: News

Update on storm Isaias from the City of Norwalk

The City continues cleanup and recovery activities. City crews from Public works, Fire and Police departments are busy responding to reports of trees and wires down and road closures. More than 200 damage reports have been called in. More than 12,000 outages have been reported to Eversource and all territory served by SNEW is without…

Bysiewicz and members of Governor’s Countil on Women and Girls launch financial literacy portal

Hartford, CT – Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz, chairwoman of the Governor’s Council on Women and Girls, and members of the council’s Economic Opportunity and Workforce Equity Subcommittee today announced the launch of the Financial Literacy Portal — an initiative that will ensure helpful resources from state agencies are centralized and non-profits that support financial literacy are highlighted.  The website was developed after the…

Bridgeport Mayor Ganim Accepts Former President Obama’s Commit-to-Action Against Police Brutality

Bridgeport, CT – Bridgeport Mayor Ganim signed the Obama Foundation pledge which calls for a commitment to action by mayors and other community leaders across the country to address police use-of-force policies. The call-to-action is made by former President Obama following the death of George Floyd and the need to engage the community in steps…

The Wall That Heals Visit to Norwalk Postponed

Norwalk, CT – The City of Norwalk, American Legion Post 12, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 603 announced that The Wall That Heals visit to Norwalk originally scheduled for this August has been postponed. The joint decision was made out of an abundance of caution, given the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. “This decision…