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Public transit-using customers and employees of Walmart, which include Latinos, are being forced to wait for the bus in the sun, rain and snow due to the refusal of corporate decision makers to allow the town of Wallingford to erect a $10,000 bus shelter – for free.
Robert Cyr. CTLatinoNews.com. Public transit-using customers and employees of Walmart, which include Latinos, are being forced to wait for the bus in the sun, rain and snow due to the refusal of corporate decision makers to allow the town of Wallingford to erect a $10000 bus shelter – for free.
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There's no bus shelter in Torrington either I don't think Waterbury has any there's one for the train
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Why is the late Texas Rep. Henry B. Gonzalez on the cover of a book released Tuesday by the U.S. House of Representatives? How many Hispanics have served in Congress over the years? How many have been senators? The U.S. House has answers to those questions in “Hispanic Americans in Congress, ...
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Herbalife, the nutritional-supplement behemoth, has assembled a powerful lineup of Latino lobbyists in order to counteract bad publicity stemming from hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman's ongoing crusade against the company, as well as a Federal Trade Commission investigation announced earlier ...
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Coqui frog calls include two notes-a “co” note and a “qui” note. The “co” note is meant as a warning to other males, while the “qui” advertises to local females. In a 1986 study, UCLA biologist Peter Narins found that those “qui” notes vary with altitude. Along a mountain road in the Puerto ...
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A political war may be developing between Latinos and Asians in California over attempts to undo the state's 18-year-old ban on race-conscious admissions policies at the University of California. Asians recently went so far as to team up with Republicans in forcing lawmakers to withdraw ...
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The First International Forum of Women Leaders from South America and Arab countries took place from April 7-8, 2014 under the theme “Women leaders transforming the world.” The two-day event was organized by the Arab League General Secretariat and Peru's Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Women ...
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Patricia Guzman, whose family owns the Monterry Mexican Restaurant in  the center of Bristol says when they first opened, there were no other similar restaurants in the area.
By Brian Woodman Jr. CTLatinoNews.com. Patricia Guzman, whose family owns the Monterry Mexican Restaurant in the center of Bristol says when they first opened, there were no other similar restaurants in the area. “It's hard to get established here,” she said, noting more and more of their ...
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Latinos enrolled in the Connecticut’s technical school system are graduating at a higher rate than those in general schools and have a  higher than general average rate of  going on to college, according to the state’s new superintendent of the  Technical High School System system, Dr. Nivea Torres.
Dr. Nivea Torres (left) and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman meet with students. at a leadership conference at the Prince Technical School in Hartford. Brian Woodman, Jr. CTLatinoNews.com. Latinos enrolled in the Connecticut's technical school system are graduating at a higher rate than those in general ...
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The photos of a Central University of Venezuela student stripped naked of his clothes on campus by pro-government protestors has sparked a social media movement of Venezuelans who rather go naked than “without liberty”. On April 4th masked militiamen stormed the Universidad Central de ...
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