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  1. Two College Professors Have Open Minds And Closed Books

    Two College Professors Have Open Minds And Closed Books

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- At Housatonic Community College, two professors are bringing their unique perspectives to the classroom. Both have found ways to teach their students in a fun, engaging way, not often found in college courses.  Professor Josephine Milano, who teaches Elementary Spanish, explores the Spanish language while introducing students to the rich history and culture of ...

  2. HCC Students Utilize Technology When Traveling Abroad

    HCC Students Utilize Technology When Traveling Abroad

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- This summer, Housatonic Community College students will have an opportunity to experience Old World Europe, thanks to a one-of-a-kind immersion program, which utilizes technology to help them assimilate in a new culture. Housatonic Community College announced its upcoming study abroad program will include destinations to Barcelona, France and Italy. The study abroad ...

  3. HCC Alumna Redefines What It Means To Work In Manufacturing

    HCC Alumna Redefines What It Means To Work In Manufacturing

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A graduate of Housatonic Community College was recently selected into the into the American Manufacturing Hall of Fame. The first of her family to attend college, Jenny Tovar-Peralta's hard work and dedication go hand-in-hand to what it means to work in this demanding industry.  On Thursday, Oct. 5, over 250 people gathered at the Marriott Ballroom in Trumbull to ...

  4. Walk The Plank At Housatonic Museum's Pirate-Inspired Exhibit

    Walk The Plank At Housatonic Museum's Pirate-Inspired Exhibit

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn -- Known nationally as the "Gold Coast" due to its high standard of living, Fairfield County also boast a far more adventurous and swashbuckling reason for bearing this unique moniker.A new pirate-inspired exhibit at the Housatonic Museum of Art examines the Nutmeg State's rich nautical history, shining a light on the sometimes darker side of the high seas. ...

  5. Paying For College Just Got A Little Easier At Housatonic Community College

    Paying For College Just Got A Little Easier At Housatonic Community College

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Paying for college doesn't have to mean breaking the bank. Housatonic Community College is giving students the opportunity to complete school at their own, affordable pace. For a seventeenth consecutive year, Housatonic Community College is partnering with Fairfield County-based, Near and Far Aid Association, providing students with finical support. Near and Far Aid ...

  6. From Police Officer To Professor, Milford Native Hopes To Give Back

    From Police Officer To Professor, Milford Native Hopes To Give Back

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn -- This fall, Housatonic Community College professor John Sopchak is heading back to school -- high school that is. A former police officer, turned-college-professor, the psychology teacher will be retuning to the halls he once called home. A member of Jonathan Law High School's Class of 1969, Sopchak will teach general psychology on Monday evenings at the college's new ...

  7. Step Back In Time At 18th Century Coastal Commander's Southport Home

    Step Back In Time At 18th Century Coastal Commander's Southport Home

    SOUTHPORT, Conn. -- Built in 1808, the Captain Jeremiah Sturges House on Harbor Road in Southport overlooks the picturesque Southport Harbor, offered elegant coastal tranquility for more than two centuries. "This home is in one of the most beautiful locations in Southport and has been wonderfully preserved," said Victoria Fingelly, a real estate agent at William Pitt Sotheby’s ...

  8. Easton Home Has Roots To Hemingway's Novel, “A Farewell To Arms”

    Easton Home Has Roots To Hemingway's Novel, “A Farewell To Arms”

    EASTON, Conn. -- If walls could talk, a stunning Easton home would tell an interesting story. While visiting family during the late 1920s, it's rumored that American novelist Ernest Hemingway wrote part of his novel, “A Farewell To Arms” at 7 Old Redding Road.Nicknamed the “Harvard House,” the 4,608 sq. ft. historical home features four bedrooms and five baths. Currently listed by ...

  9. Daily Voice Leaders: Michael Daglio, President, Norwalk Hospital

    Daily Voice Leaders: Michael Daglio, President, Norwalk Hospital

    NORWALK, Conn. -- For Michael Daglio, President of Norwalk Hospital and chief strategy officer of the Western Connecticut Health Network, following the norm was never part of his plans. Daglio started working at Norwalk Hospital in 2004 as a service line executive for cardiovascular services, taking on more responsibilities as the hospital expanded. When Norwalk, along with Danbury and ...

  10. Daily Voice Leaders: Reyno Giallongo Jr., CEO, First County Bank

    Daily Voice Leaders: Reyno Giallongo Jr., CEO, First County Bank

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Known as Stamford Savings Bank from its inception in 1851 until the 1980s, First County Bank has long serviced the advising, lending and financing needs of residents and business in southern Fairfield County. Reyno Giallongo Jr., chairmen of the board and CEO of First County Bank, credits mutuality and community involvement for the company's success. The bank has ...

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