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The unveiling of the electric vehicle charging station at Wilton Library in 2013. From left, Library Executive Director Elaine Tai Lauria, former Selectman Hal Clark, state Rep. Gail Lavielle and former Selectman Ted Hoffstatter.

Connecticut catches breaks on electric vehicle purchases

With global climate change at the forefront of national discussion, some people have opted to take matters out of the hands of policy makers and into their own.

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SCORE offers free email mentoring

The Fairfield County chapter of SCORE, a nonprofit association that offers free and confidential business advice, now offers the same no-charge service via email.

The HAN Network broadcasting team poses for a picture before its joint press conference with the FCIAC at the Norwalk Inn on Tuesday, Aug. 25. Pictured are Rob Adams,back left, Chris Erway, Eric Gendron, Joshua Fisher, Kate Czaplinski, Tracey Iaizzi, Mario Recupido; and A.J. Szymanowski, front left, Martin V. Hersam, Donald Eng, and John Kovach. — Mike Suppe photo

HAN Network and FCIAC form exclusive broadcast partnership

The HAN Network, formerly known as Hersam Acorn Newspapers, announced an official broadcasting partnership with…

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Blue Buffalo supports kids

Blue Buffalo, a pet food company headquartered in Wilton, has donated $10,000 to Trackside, which offers a drug- and alcohol-free environment for Wilton teens.

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