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School Engagement Higher Kids Involved in Extracurricular Activities

School Engagement Higher Kids Involved in Extracurricular Activities

A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that children tend to have higher levels of school engagement when[...]
Can You Dine on $4.50 a Day?

Can You Dine on $4.50 a Day?

The average person receiving SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program) benefits is allotted $4.50 daily for food. That works out to[...]
Liberty Banker Joins Working Cities Team

Liberty Banker Joins Working Cities Team

Congratulations to Liberty Banker Marisol Rodriguez, (seated, second from left), a new member of Middletown’s Working Cities team. Earlier this[...]
Hats Off to Our Rotary Partners

Hats Off to Our Rotary Partners

This is the 15th year that Liberty Bank is partnering with 40+ local Rotary Clubs to raise funds for Thanksgiving[...]
42 Local Nonprofits Receive Grants

42 Local Nonprofits Receive Grants

At our October, 2018 board meeting 42 grants were approved for local nonprofits in our market area — everywhere from[...]
Sunny Smiles at Solar Youth

Sunny Smiles at Solar Youth

Talk about a bright idea! Solar Youth reaches children as young as four and can engage them right through young[...]
Veterans Housing Well Underway

Veterans Housing Well Underway

It was a cold, misty day back in April when shovels hit the dirt signaling the Shepherd Home groundbreaking. So[...]
How’s the Average Worker Supposed to Get Ahead?

How’s the Average Worker Supposed to Get Ahead?

There’s been lots of reports lately saying the economy has picked up and unemployment has dropped significantly. So how come[...]
Candidates Have Their Say on Housing

Candidates Have Their Say on Housing

On Friday October 19, the Coalition on Housing and Homelessness presented its 2019 legislative agenda and then opened the floor[...]
We May Be a Speck on the Map, But our Numbers Count Big Time

We May Be a Speck on the Map, But our Numbers Count Big Time

Come 2020, it is imperative that everyone in Connecticut is counted in the census. An accurate count determines (among other[...]