“We were able to process 1,222 tax returns. And that actually helped our residents gain over $1.8 million in federal refunds.”
“We’re excited to put this money back into the Greater Waterbury area. It makes me feel very warm and proud to be part of this community.”
“If this wasn’t here, I’d starve.”
Second chances — they can be valuable in life. That’s the thinking behind an annual career fair held by The Greater Waterbury Reentry Council, (GWREC). Their website describes themselves as a collaboration of federal, state, and local organizations and individuals who provide information, resources, and support for people getting out of jail or prison in order to help them achieve productive and purposeful lives.
People across the country Monday are honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior.
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy delivered his biennial budget address on the floor of the State Capitol Wednesday.