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Helen Ramos-Paiz named executive director at Bridgeport’s Caroline House

Ramos-Paiz was previously program manager at the nonprofit.

WSHU scores with its reporting on disenfranchised immigrants

Production on “Everytown: The Hamptons” took eight months to complete.

Suite Talk: Dr. Andrew Agwunobi, interim president at UConn

"ur football and men’s and women’s basketball programs are able to begin team activities in June," he said.

Through good times and bad, Bridgeport’s CIRI welcomes immigrants to the...

CIRI has worked with local and federal law enforcement agencies to ease immigrants' fears of dealing with the police.

Bridgeport’s Caroline House empowers immigrant women with English fluency

The Bridgeport nonprofit has been helping immigrant women for a quarter-century.

CT and NY attorneys general welcome court’s blocking of Trump ‘public...

"The history of our nation is inextricably tied to our immigrant communities," said New York Attorney General Letitia James.

AGs James and Tong sue to block Trump’s public aid immigration...

Letitia James and William Tong are joined in their lawsuit by Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan and the municipal government of New York City.

CT and NY attorneys general plan to sue Trump over new...

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong called the rule a "direct attack on access to the American dream."

Latino Scholarship Fund seeks to expand its mission

“Our goal more recently is to have a higher monetary amount per scholarship and have a longer impact,” said Abigail Kopp, fund president.

Westport catering company serves up food with social empowerment

Evelyn Isaia's Ratatouille and Co. is a catering company that employs immigrant and refugee women, offering them economic empowerment within the culinary field.