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(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.

Cheryl Cartier, manager of the Quinnipiac University bookstore, organized a collection drive to benefit about 50 Hamden residents who were displaced by a fire at a Hamden apartment complex.

Quinnipiac University is doing its part to help the victims of a Valentine’s Day fire in Hamden.

The donations will benefit the at least 50 people forced from their homes when a fire tore through an apartment complex.

State Sen. Paul Cicarella outlines Senate Republicans’ measures for ‘A Better Way to a More Prosperous CT’ today at the State Capitol in Hartford.

Sen. Cicarella, CT Senate Republican Leaders Share ‘A Better Way to a Prosperous CT’

Details measures to connect youth, Veterans with well-paying careers.

The Quinnipiac Law Review to present virtual symposium, ‘History of the Connecticut Constitution,’ on March 4

Opening remarks start at 10:30 a.m. followed by three sessions. Session I, titled, “History of the Connecticut Constitution,” will run from 10:45-11:45 a.m. and feature Judge Jon Blue and Judge Henry Cohn.

Quinnipiac University to launch, “Bobcat Stride” community walking program for senior citizens on Feb. 23

Quinnipiac’s Age Friendly University Committee has helped map out a safe walking route on the second floor of the Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences building. Each loop is a quarter mile.

Dr. Jerry R. Mendell and Kelly Lehman

Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University to hold annual Rare Disease Day Symposium on Feb. 25

Two medical experts will discuss “Gene Therapy: The Future is Now” at the annual Rare Disease Day Symposium at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University, 370 Bassett Road, from 1-5 p.m. on Friday,

Free Covid-19 Test Kits and Helpful Tax Season Information

The federal government recently announced the launch of a website allowing households across Connecticut and the country to order free COVID-19 rapid tests for delivery.

Stop & Shop Reveals Newly Remodeled North Haven Store

The store features a fresh new look, enhanced departments, and more freshly prepared foods for easy meals on-the-go.