Diesel Tax Increase Will Hurt Connecticut Families

Posted on June 30, 2022 by admin


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Over the last year or so, the citizens of Connecticut have seen the prices of everyday goods dramatically rise. In economic circles this is known as inflation, and is caused by many factors including supply, demand, costs of goods sold, and that to get the product to its final destination. Many products are transported by diesel power trucks and of course the dramatic increase in fuel prices over the last year has caused inflation … such that many people (especially those on a fixed income) are unable

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DoAG: Passport to CT Wine Country Has Gone Digital!

Posted on June 28, 2022 by admin


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The Department of Agriculture announced that the Passport to CT Wine Country has gone digital this year!

The Passport to CT Wine Country is a program of the CT Farm Wine Development Council, a voluntary council administered through the Department of Agriculture, to market licensed farm wineries. In addition to the annual passport, the council provides education for the wineries annually and operates a successful wine booth in the Connecticut Building at the Big E each fall.

There are currently 35

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Student Essay Contest Honors Wallingford History

Posted on June 22, 2022 by admin


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Wallingford’s 350th +2 Jubilee has been the talk of the town for more than two years and despite the delay, State Representative Craig Fishbein (R-90) was going to make sure Wallingford’s youth received the recognition they deserved for researching and writing about their favorite local historical figure.

Two years ago, before the pandemic suspended the town’s 350th Jubilee festivities, Rep. Fishbein sponsored a voluntary 400-500 word essay contest for Middle school students from both Dag Hammarskjold

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