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  • Dodgingtown Firefighters To Receive Equipment Grant

    The Dodgingtown Volunteer Fire Company has received approval for a federal grant of more than $100,000 for 13 air masks and spare air-supply equipment for firefighting.

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved a $107,540 Assistance to Firefighters grant for the volunteer fire company.

    US Senators Richard Blumenthal, Chris Murphy, and US Representative Elizabeth Esty  announced in a statement that the fire company will receive the money. 

  • $1.5M Federal Grant to Reimburse Agencies for 12/14-Related Costs

    US Attorney General Eric Holder said Tuesday, December 17, that a $1.5-million federal grant will be provided to reimburse organizations and agencies that provided direct support to the victims, first responders, and the Newtown community in the immediate aftermath of the 12/14 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown.

    The Justice Department’s Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) provided the grant to the Connecticut Judicial Branch, which administers funding for services to victims of violent crime.