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Great Things Are Afoot in Downtown Meriden

Great Things Are Afoot in Downtown Meriden

Downtown Meriden is reinventing itself! An expansive green, a newly opened CT Rail stop, and hundreds of units of fresh[...]
St. Vincent DePaul Place Wins New Home

St. Vincent DePaul Place Wins New Home

The sign on the front of the building may say Green St. Arts Center, but before too long it will[...]
Working Cities Challenge: Where We’re Headed

Working Cities Challenge: Where We’re Headed

Initiatives to restore the US economy to health have benefited some areas more than others. According to a Financial Times[...]
What’s Up With Connecticut’s Population?

What’s Up With Connecticut’s Population?

What’s up with Connecticut’s population? It’s not uncommon to hear claims that the state is losing population … Millennials are moving away,[...]
Nonprofits Help Everyone Else. But, Who Looks After Them?

Nonprofits Help Everyone Else. But, Who Looks After Them?

Scan any nonprofit’s budget and you’ll see almost every dollar allocated to fulfill the mission. There is simply no fat[...]
She’s the Driving Force Behind our Golf Ball Fundraiser

She’s the Driving Force Behind our Golf Ball Fundraiser

For the last 14 years, Liberty Banker Kim Emmons (right) has been the driving force behind the bank’s annual participation[...]
Toys [games, bikes, boots, mittens, computers] R Us

Toys [games, bikes, boots, mittens, computers] R Us

Wow! Thirty-seven Liberty Bank Secret Santas answered the call for holiday cheer for a Middletown family of four. It’s been[...]
Homeless Providers Respond to Governor’s 100 Day Challenge

Homeless Providers Respond to Governor’s 100 Day Challenge

Connecticut providers matched 280 homeless families (including 550 children) to homes since September 20, 2018! This was part of the[...]
Classroom Diversity on the Rise

Classroom Diversity on the Rise

The latest U.S. Census Bureau data show that the number of school students enrolled nationwide has not changed, but the[...]
If you can count, you can help address homelessness.

If you can count, you can help address homelessness.

The federal government requires an annual count of homeless people on a specific day. In 2019, the count takes place[...]