Month: March 2022

Quinnipiac University to host Connecticut Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology Career Fair on April 5

The fair, which is free and open to the public, will be held at the People’s United Center, 305 Sherman Ave.

Sen. Cicarella Votes in Support of Bill to Suspend Connecticut Gas Tax

Bill Suspends Gasoline Excise Tax April 1 to June 30; Includes a One-Week Sales Tax Holiday on Clothes in April and Suspends Bus Fares on CTtransit.

State Sen. Paul Cicarella (R-North Haven)

State Senator Paul Cicarella, Announces Candidacy for reelection to the State Senate – 34th District

State Sen. Paul Cicarella (R-North Haven) has announced he will seek a second term in the 34th State Senate District and looks forward to continuing to be the voice for families in the district.

(from left to right) Dept. of Motor Vehicles Deputy Commissioner Tony Guerrera, Sen. Cicarella, local Veterans (center), Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs Commissioner Thomas Saadi and Dept. of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Sibongile Magubane at the press conference to announce conflict-specific license plates for Veterans in Rocky Hill on Mar. 18, 2022.

Sen. Cicarella Joins Local Veterans, State Officials to Unveil Conflict-Specific License Plates for Veterans

These plates are offered in addition to the standard Connecticut license plate for Veterans and are available exclusively for Veterans who served during these specific periods of war and those who received campaign medals.

Quinnipiac University School of Law to host “Topics in American Legal History” symposium March 25

This virtual symposium, which will feature presentations by five distinguished scholars, is free and open to the public.

Senator Paul Cicarella joins Senate and House Republicans outside of the Legislative Office Building in Hartford to call for immediate legislative action to reduce the cost of gas for Connecticut families.

State Rep. Dave Yaccarino Celebrates Read Across America at Ridge Road School

The annual tradition, promoted by the National Education Association (NEA), began in 1998 as a way to promote childhood literacy and celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday.

Quinnipiac University Announces Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum Collection Will Remain in Connecticut and Intact as it Moves to Fairfield

University will partner with the Gaelic-American Club of Fairfield for display of the collection, assuring a sustainable future and broad visibility for the collection.