South Windsor is among the 94 towns across Connecticut to be awarded state funding through the Small Town Economic Assistance Program (STEAP). Total funding for this round is over $11 million. This is the first time since 2016 that the state has awarded STEAP funding.
Throughout the month of November, members of the State Capitol Police will participate in No-Shave November by growing beards to bring awareness to the challenges cancer patients and their families often face and raise money to support the Connecticut Cancer Foundation.
Election Day is just over a week away and if you plan on voting by absentee ballot this election, make sure you submit your ballot as soon as you can. If you have not submitted your application for an absentee ballot, it is critical to complete that as soon as possible.
LGBTQ+ Health and Human Services Network Votes to Invest in Comprehensive LGBTQ+ Community Needs AnalysisSeptember 28, 2020
Following a Friday, September 11 virtual emergency meeting of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health and Human Services Network, members voted via email to
East Hartford, Manchester, and South Windsor school districts are providing updates on their reopening plans and soliciting feedback from families, the State Bond Commission is expected to approve critical bonding for our communities, Governor Lamont issues call for special session, and so much more.
As the State Department of Education continues to release more guidance for reopening schools across the state, local boards of education have been developing creative solutions that keep students, faculty, and staff safe, while fostering a productive learning environment. East Hartford Public School leaders have released a draft of the district's plan to reopen schools for classroom learning.