Month: October 2021

Greenwich Communities Thank Their “Outstanding Community Partners”

Greenwich Communities celebrated “Outstanding Community Partners” who supported residences during the pandemic creating resilience and renewed spirit with the community. Greenwich Communities Board Chairman Sam Romeo set the tone of the ceremony held at Adams Garden on Saturday, October 2. “Partnerships with the community are vital. The Greenwich Communities tagline is ‘our ‘Neighborhood Partnerships’ because…

Stamford’s Youth Initiative through Community Policing Development Program Awarded Grant Funding from U.S. Department of Justice

Stamford, CT – The United States Department of Justice’s Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office has awarded Stamford’s Youth Initiative through the Community Policing Development (CPD) program a grant in the amount of $124,994. According to a release issued by the Department of Justice’s Office of Public Affairs, CPD program funds are used to “support…

Pacific House 20th Annual Celebration To Honor Community Partners

Including: Sam Cingari, The Cingari Family, Grade A – ShopRite; Community Health Center, Inc.; First Congregational Church of Greenwich; New Covenant Center / Catholic Charities of Fairfield County; and Robert Morris, Founder and Managing Partner, Olympus Partners. STAMFORD, CT – When Pacific House hosts its 20th Annual Celebration on Thursday, October 21, it will honor…

Department of Consumer Protection Publishes Policies and Procedures for the Regulation of Adult-Use Cannabis

The Department of Consumer Protection announced last Friday that it has published Policies and Procedures pertaining to Public Act 21-1 An Act Concerning Responsible And Equitable Regulation Of Adult-Use Cannabis. The policies and procedures for the regulation of Adult-Use Cannabis will become effective October 16, 2021. The policies and procedures are the provisions necessary to…

State Senator Pat Billie Miller celebrates new law aimed at eliminating workplace discrimination against women

Last Friday, as new laws took effect in Connecticut, State Senator Pat Billie Miller (D-Stamford/Darien) celebrated legislation enacted into law which she first introduced as a State Representative. Public Act No. 21-30, AN ACT CONCERNING THE DISCLOSURE OF SALARY RANGE FOR A VACANT POSITION, requires employers to disclose the “wage range” to job applicants before…

Stamford Symphony Announces Partnership with Greater Connecticut Youth Orchestras

Stamford, CT – Stamford Symphony is proud to announce a new partnership with Greater Connecticut Youth Orchestras (GCTYO) to launch a chamber music training program for both beginner and intermediate level students. The program is available to current GCTYO students. Starting in October, students will audition to form string quartets and receive weekly private instruction…