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www.ct.gov/dol Connecticut Department of Labor

The Connecticut Department of Labor (www.ct.gov/dol ) allows you to file for unemployment benefits. Connecticut’s maximum Unemployment Insurance weekly benefit rate is $519. You can receive benefits if you meet a series of legal eligibility requirements: You must be monetarily Read More

Did you Know Computer Programming was invented by a Girl?

Little know fact for all those girls who think computer programming is just for geeky guys.  Computer programming was practically invented by a countess. In a world of men, for men, and made by men, there were a lucky few Read More

F117 Night Hawk Stealth Fighter Retires to Make Way for The F22 Raptor

The F117 will hold a place in American Memory, for years it was an icon of our advanced air superiority in America.  When ever a movie wanted to imply something big was going down, the rolled out the F117 with Read More

Metro north building collapse created immense inconvenience for the passengers.

The sudden Metro north building collapse had resulted in stopping all train from running in the North Railroad. The Metro- North Railroad provides a railway service to the passengers residing in the northern suburbs of the New York City. However, Read More

SchoolsOut.com The Place to Find out about School Closings, and Snow Days

Schoolsout.com offers alerts for parents to let them know when there are County School Closings, or Snow Days.  If you Register with Schools Out.com they will send you e-mails or Text messages to let you know when school won't be Read More

SchoolsOut.com The Place to Find out about School Closings, and Snow Days

Schoolsout.com offers alerts for parents to let them know when there are County School Closings, or Snow Days.  If you Register with Schools Out.com they will send you e-mails or Text messages to let you know when school won’t be Read More

ESPN and Microsoft Offer Sporting Events and Programming On Demand for Xbox 360

            BRISTOL, Conn., and REDMOND, Wash. — Nov. 5, 2007 — ESPN and Microsoft Corp. today announced an agreement that will add high- and standard-definition full-length games, television shows and video game programming to Xbox LIVE, the online games and Read More