The Annual Greater Hartford Puerto Rican Parade celebrates the resilience and strength of the people on the Island. Thousands of people are still dealing with the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017. Attorney Jeffrey Dressler explains how you can help today.
Hundreds of pairs of shoes are laying in front of the capitol building in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
A meeting to discuss Connecticut’s efforts to assist Puerto Rican families displaced by Hurricane Maria is set to take place on Tuesday.
Puerto Rico had a significant increase in deaths following Hurricane Maria in 2017, according to a new study.
Dozens of vehicles slowly approached President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Saturday afternoon, blasting reggaeton and salsa as they drove by. They honked their horns and waved Puerto Rican flags draped from their car windows and trunks. They were on their way to a rally a few miles away to mark the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria.
Puerto Ricans who are now living in Connecticut after being displaced by Hurricane Maria are speaking out.
For over 16 hours on Sept. 20, 2017, an island of more than 3 million people was battered by the Category 4-hurricane-force winds and rain of Maria.
Maria is now a Category 5 hurricane, the National Hurricane Center said.
Many people from Puerto Rico are still here in Connecticut after being displaced by Hurricane Maria last year.
Eight days after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, Efrain Perez felt a pain in his chest.