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Here are the links mentioned on the FOX61 newscasts.
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Below are listed the organizations and groups that are mentioned by FOX61's reporters on air.

January 28

Performances schedule and ticket info for "Indecent" at Playhouse on Park in West Hartford

January 24

How to submit testimony for a public hearing

An Act Concerning Possession of Catalytic Converters  

January 21

Everyday Democracy, in partnership with the CT Collaborative on Poverty, Criminal Justice & Race, will host community "Safety and Justice for All" dialogues to discuss and plan action on the justice system in the Hartford region and Connecticut.

Register here for the in-person dialogue at Chrysalis Center, 255 Homestead Avenue in Hartford on Jan. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Register here for virtual dialogue from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 30, Wednesday, Feb. 1, and Friday, Feb. 3.

January 19 

Hartford Boat Show At Mohegan Sun

January 16

Run for Refugees - Information

January 12

MLK Breakfast tickets

January 10

Wednesday, Jan. 11 is Passport Day and here is all the information you need to know about applying for or renewing your U.S. passport.

First-time applicants will be required to complete a Passport Application Form and present a valid photo identification and an original birth certificate or naturalization certificate. Participants will have the opportunity to have their passport photo taken on-site.

For passport renewals, a completed Passport Application Form, an old passport, and a recent passport photo will be required, along with the passport renewal fee. The validity and fees for first-time applicants and passport renewals are as follows:

U.S. Passport Book: Valid for international travel by air, sea, and land.

Validity: 10 years for adults (age 16 & older)

5 years for minors (under age 16)

Cost for First-Time Applicants: $165 for adults (age 16 & older)

$135 for minors (under age 16)

Cost for Renewal Applicants: $130 for adults (age 16 & older)


U.S. Passport Card: Valid when entering the U.S. from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda at land or seaports-of-entry. Not valid for international travel by air.

Validity: 10 years for adults (age 16 & older)

5 years for minors (under age 16)

Cost for First-Time Applicants: $65 for adults (age 16 & older)

$50 for minors (under age 16)

January 9

Keyboard Settlement

Norfolk Curling Club

January 6

Flower and Garden Show

January 5

Ski conditions at local ski areas and resorts

January 3

Rachel Webster Telethon number 860-554-5490

Telethon website

Read More: Team Rachel | Community rallies around Wethersfield girl during her fight with cancer

December 31

First Night Hartford

December 6

Snowball Express | Gary Sinise Foundation

November 22

CT Dairy

ShopBlackCT's Small Business Saturday Virtual Event is taking place on Saturday, November 26 from 12:00-1:30pm on Facebook Live (ShopBlackCT Facebook page).

November 21 

ConnCORP/Quinnipiac University Community Entrepreneurship Academy

Email QUEntrepreneurshipAcademy@qu.edu if you are a minority entrepreneur who would like to participate in the program’s next cohort.

November 20

Connecticut Energy Assistance Program

November 16

Operation Santa

November 15

The Child Tax Credit | The White House

Claim your Child Tax Credit

November 14

Forge City Works

Freezin' for a Reason: Hope for Arusha, Tanzania

November 13

Turkey and Forty - Foodshare

November 12

Berlin Lions Club - Luminaries for Veterans

November 11

Stony Creek Brewery & Afghanistan-Iraq Veterans War Memorial Fund have teamed up to make a new beer, just in time for Veterans Day. Text TEAMHERO to 71777 to donate to the memorial fund or click here.

November 9

My Dearest Darling - Book

November 6

Girl Scouts of CT

November 5

The Connecticut Veterans Day Race in Coventry

Backpacks For Life

UConn Football Bowl Game Bid

November 4

PACT - Free Community College

US Coast Guard Academy  

November 1

Access Health CT

October 31

Connecticut State Police Recruitment

October 27

Woman in Blue - A 19th Century Immersive Ghost Story

Where the Love is Animal Rescue 





October 26 

The Ben Callahan Community Complex

Levo's current agriculture project in Hartford

October 25

To register or find out more about the Back the Blue Motorcycle Ride and Car Cruise happening this Sunday, click here.

October 24

Parkinson's Painter Art Show Manchester

Natural Hair And Lifestyle Experience 

Mulligans and Mutts 5K race

October 20

Saturday, Oct. 22, Saint Francis Hospital and Radiology Associates of Hartford will be offering free screening mammograms for under and uninsured women. 

The PinkLink event will occur at Saint Francis Hospital's Comprehensive Women's Health Center at 114 Woodland Street in Hartford. 

Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

It will also happen at Radiology Associates of Hartford's Glastonbury location, 31 Sycamore Street, Suite 102. 

Hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


October 19

NFL's Crucial Catch  - Intercept Cancer

October 16

On October 12, 2022 Officer Alex Hamzy, Officer Alec Iurato and Sergeant Dustin DeMonte responded to a domestic disturbance call. As the three officers arrived on scene, a suspect ambushed all three officers. Officer Hamzy and Sergeant DeMonte were killed by the suspect. Officer Iurato was struck by gunfire, returned fire and killed the suspect.

This fundraiser will directly benefit Officer Hamzy and Sergeant DeMonte’s families. 


The Bristol Police Union has also set up a Bristol Police Heroes Fund with Thomaston Savings Bank. To make a donation to the fund set up at Thomaston Savings Bank you may visit any branch or use the link below.


There is also a secure collection box at the Bristol PD. 

Hamzy's family set up the Officer Alex Hamzy Memorial Fund through Main Street Community Foundation. There, money donated will be rewarded as grants to community organizations determined by the family.

 Do NOT donate to any phone solicitations.

October 12

Save Conny the Whale

October 11

Go Pink

October 10

Mohegan Sun Educators Project

Falafel recall

October 3

Connecticut Blood Center

Home heating assistance: 


Operation Fuel

Energy Efficiency Programs

September 27

Americares Hurricane Fiona Relief Fund

September 26

MARC Drive Thru Flu Clinic

September 21

Charity Walk for Childhood Alzheimer's

September 20

Public Service loan forgiveness

Find Vaccines

September 19 

Connecticut Out of the Darkness Walks

September 16

Alzheimer's Research - TrialMatch trial for Alzheimer's Association

Yale School of Medicine Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC)

September 15

Project B.L.U.E. Believe 208 Run for the Brave and Finest 5K run

DEEP Deer hunting guidelines

September 14

UConn Health - How to make a purifier 

Sugar Hill Gang at Harbor Park, Sept. 23. Reserve spot here.

September 13

Save Conny the Whale GoFundMe

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

September 12

New Haven Pride Center

September 8

DEEP Trout stocking maps

GoFundMe for hate crime victim in New Haven

September 5

Road closures for the Faxon Law Road Race in New Haven

Credit: New Haven Police

Road closures are:

  • Whitney Avenue: from East Rock Road to Chapel Street
  • Elm Street: from the Broadway intersection to Whitney Avenue
  • Broadway
  • Goffe Street
  • Chapel Street: from Alden Avenue to East Street
  • Ella T Grasso Boulevard: from Crescent Street to Chapel Street
  • State Street: from the Willow Street intersection to Grace Street
  • East Street: from Chapel Street to Grand Avenue
  • Grand Avenue: from East Street onward
  • East Rock Road: from English Drive to Whiney Avenue
  • Blatchley Avenue
  • Grace Street
  • Rock Street
  • English Drive
  • Cold Springs Street
  • Livingston Street
  • Lawrence Street
  • Temple Street
  • Crescent Street
  • Edgewood Avenue
  • Willard Street
  • Alden Avenue

September 2

To help name the CSP K-9 officers

August 31

To get connected with resources that will help with drug addiction treatment and support, visit www.liveloud.org or call 1-800-563-4086 any time, 24 hours a day.

August 30

For more information on domestic violence resources available visit here. A 24/7 hotline can be reached at (888) 774-2900.

August 28

Apply to work at CT Transit

August 26

Hartbeat Music Festival information, Sept. 9 - 10

August 25

Apply to work at Dattco

August 23

How to avoid a scam when selling stuff online

August 19

Family Fun Day in Middletown, Free Haircuts

Greater Hartford Puerto Rican parade

August 18

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

"20 for 20 Innovation in Connecticut History"

Walk for Fentanyl Awareness 

August 17

Cocktail Carnival at Foxwoods

August 16

CREC Back to School event

August 12

Rentro Games, featured in our WorkinCT segment, delivers games for rent to customers around the area. They say they have 50 different games. To learn more, click here.

To learn more about Deep 6 Arcade, which provides repair services for pinball machines, click here.

West Indian Independence Celebration in Hartford


Hartford Public Library is partnering with the nonprofit Vision to Learn to provide free eye exams and free eyeglasses to city youth this month at library locations across Hartford, just in time for the start of the school year.

The program is open to children ages 5 to 18. No insurance is necessary. Appointments are required and can be made by calling the library at 860-695-6300.

The schedule for Vision to Learn’s August visits is as follows:

August 15; Dwight Library; 7 New Park Ave.

August 16; Barbour Library; 261 Barbour St.

August 17; Albany Library; 1250 Albany Ave.

August 22; Camp Field Library; 30 Campfield Ave.

August 23; Park Street Library @ the Lyric; 603 Park St.

August 24; Downtown Library; 500 Main St.


August 10

Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience makes its way to Hartford's Connecticut Convention Center

August 9

CT Humane Society 

August 8 

Bikers Against Animal Cruelty Annual Event

August 4

Taste of the Caribbean & Jerk Festival

Anyone needing a cooling center should call 2-1-1 or look online at 211ct.org to find their nearest location.  

August 3


Full interviews for Republican primary candidates for U.S. Congress: Connecticut's 4th Congressional District.

August 2

Lyons Magnus nutritional and other beverage products recall

August 1

South Windsor Little League Fundraiser

July 31 

Yoga In Our City

July 29

Terrificon runs from Friday, July 29, to Sunday, July 31, at Mohegan Sun. To find out more, click here.

July 28

2022 WestSide Reggae Festival

Sunflowers for Wishes at Buttonwood Farm in Griswold

July 27

Waterbury Police Activity League (PAL)

July 22

PACT - Pledge to Advance CT; Free community college in Connecticut

July 20

SeaQuest in Trumbull

Sun Tequila Tasting 2022

SUP Yoga Colinsville Canoe and Kayak

July 19

Dollar Food Truck in Hamden

CT Humane Society Adoption

July 18

Taste of the Caribbean & Jerk Festival

July 15

Celebrate the 125th anniversary of Elizabeth Park

July 14

Connecticut Department of Labor - Unemployment.

July 13

GoFundMe for Naugatuck crash victim

July 12

Hartford Bags of Love

These are the locations of the SW community pantries:
Avery Street Church - 661 Avery St.
Our Savior Lutheran Church – 239 Graham Rd.
The Islamic Center of South Windsor – 100 Long Hill Rd.
Pleasant Valley School - 591 Ellington Rd.
Bear Neccesitiies - 57 Windsorville Rd.
Waterhouse Residence - 215 Main St.
St Peters Episcopal Church - 99 Sand Hill Rd.
Imperial Oil - 648 Sullivan Ave

Little Free Pantry site

July 8

The East Hartford Farmers Market kicks off Friday, July 8.

Click here find information on how you can volunteer with KNOX Hartford

July 7

Habitat for Humanity


July 6

Hartford Hospital Food 4 Health Clinic

July 5

How to report a hate crime or incident

email: hate.crime@ct.gov

June 29

Connecticut Summer Museums - Free admission for children

June 28

Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo is celebrating 100 years! More details at beardsleyzoo.org.

June 27

Hamden Public Schools summer meals locations

Author Christine Heuner

The Prudence Crandall Museum

June 24

Hartford Latino Fest

June 23

CT Skin - Pure Skin MedSpa

Travelers Championship - Military Veterans Admission Program

Travelers Championship - Health Care Worker and First Responder Admission Program

June 22

Viron Rondo Osteria in Cheshire

June 21

CT Humane Society, pet adoption

Concorso Ferrari & Friends Fundraiser

#InvestInMeCT Revisited Celebration

Alzheimer's Association of Connecticut

Skin cancer facts and statistics

June 20

Camp Courant

June 17

Connecticut State Library

Juneteenth events

Pride Month events

June 16

United Way 211 Baby Formula Shortage information and resources 

Juneteenth 2022 - Berkins Family Fund Inaugural Event

"A Silly Dilly Musical" performance at Legacy Theater

Goodspeed Opera House Gala

June 15

Lisa Fischer Music

June 14

New England Air Museum

Connecticut Trolley Museum 

Time to Own - Forgivable Down Payment Assistance

Treating Long term COVID

Family Advocacy Week

June 13

Travelers Championship

Pick-You-Own Farms across Connecticut

June 11

Team Inc.

June 8

Connecticut Antiques Trail

Mohegan Sun BBQ Festival - June 11 & 12

June 7

Things to do in Connecticut during June - CT Visit

June 3

The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall

Nick Cannon Presents: MTV Wild 'N Out

Baribault Jewelers

June 2

Chelsea's Charity

May 31

The Giggling Pig, Art and Party Studio

May 27

Yoga In Our City

CT Visit

May 26

Free transit to state parks and beaches

May 25

Passport to CT Farm Wineries

Help Wanted | Are you a Connecticut employer that is hiring? Click here for more information.

COVID-19 Testing Sites via 211

May 24

DEEP helping businesses recycle and divert food waste: The Center for EcoTechnology (CET)

Interval House

May 23

Jared Buchanan Cocodona 250 Ultra Marathon

May 16

Capitol Hearts fundraiser

One Night in Casablanca fundraiser

Michael Carbonaro tour dates

The capital city is putting out a call for Hartford-based talent.

DominGO!, Hartford’s Arts Activation Program, is looking for musicians, visual artists and performers for its DominGO! Event days.

DominGO! Hartford is an open-streets program that will transform the capital city’s streets into vehicle-free public spaces to showcase our city’s diversity and vibrance through interactive art and cultural experiences.

The events are set for the fourth Sunday of every month, with the first scheduled to take place along Farmington Avenue on June 26.

Applications are open until May 20, click here to apply

May 13

ROOT Recovery Center 

Tri Circle Inc. recovery

May 12

Angel Babies

May 10

Prevention Partnership CT

National Prevention Week information

VClub Wine

May 9 

Connecticut Trolley Museum

May 4

 Goodspeed returns 

May 3

GoFundMe Fundraiser for bear destroying vehicle victim

May 2

Operation Lifesaver - Take the pledge!

Blue Chip Creamery

April 29

Rebuilding Together

April 27

Ways to become an organ donor with Yale New Haven Health

April 26

NEADS World Class Service Dogs

New Haven Fire Department Mother's Day Outreach

Amazon wishlist

Credit: New Haven Fire Department

April 22


April 21

Habitat Hartford is looking for military family candidates who are interested in applying to take ownership of a home they are restoring. To learn more, click here.

April 20

KNOX builds COMMUNITY in Hartford.

Travelers Championship tickets

April 18

"This Book Won't Make You Happy" - A conversation with Niro Feliciano and friends at the Ridgefield Playhouse

Planet Fitness Tax Deal promotions

IRS Refund tracking

April 14

Help sponsor a drone for Ukraine

To help out Whey Station call this number - (860) 740-2403

April 11

Eligible and ineligible items - April CT sales tax-exempt week

April 7

Winchester moose naming contest details

Covid-19 therapeutics locator

April 5

GoFundMe for medical costs for German Shepherd found shot in Derby Connecticut

April 4

Disaster Loan Assistance

April 1

Gas Tax Complaint Portal

Starting today, April 1, and ending on June 30, 2022, the 25 cent state tax on gasoline is suspended under Special Act 22-2. The law requires that retailers reduce their price per-gallon by the amount of the excise tax, $0.25. Any gas station suspected of charging that tax, or a portion of that tax, during this gas tax holiday will be subject to investigation by the Office of the Attorney General

Consumers are encouraged to file complaints online. For the complaint portal, click here

March 31

East Hartford renters rebate sign-ups for 2022


March 30

"Dear Evan Hansen" at The Bushnell

March 29

Girls on the Run - Greater Hartford

March 25

FOX61 Student News Bootcamp - register here.

FOX61 PSA Workshop for Students - register here.

March 24

The Department of Consumer Protection began accepting lottery applications for transporter licenses. The application period for transporter licenses will close at 11:59 p.m. on June 22.

Applications can be found at elicense.ct.gov, and must be completed through the online portal. Interested applicants can view a description of each license type to determine which license is appropriate for their business.

Interested applicants with questions about the application process can email dcp.cannabis@ct.gov.

March 21

Sky's the Limit Challenge DEEP

Dairy Queen Free Cone Day

March 17

O'Hartford 5K race

March 9

Yale professor makes list of companies who remain doing business in Russia

March 8

GoFundMe to help the family of Jaylene Gonzalez

List of recalled beef jerky products

March 2

Portland man Ryan Donohue and his family are asking that anyone interested complete the living organ donor questionnaire through Yale New Haven Health. Click here to find out more

Feb. 28  

Boys and Girls Club of New Britain

Feb. 22

AT&T Guide on what will work, won't work following 5G roll out.

Paint for a Cure ALS Charity

Feb 21

The EmpowHERment Bombshell IPA Collaboration Can Release is March 5 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Hog River Brewing, 1429 Park Road in Hartford. Details can be found on Facebook @hopculturefarms, @HogRiverBrewingCompany and @rhythmbrewingco and on Instagram at @rhythmbrewingco, @hogriverbrewing and @hopculturefarmsandbrewco


Feb. 18

Baby formula recall 

Abbott has recalled certain lots of Similac, Alimentum, and Elecare. The products have a number on the bottom of the container with the first two digits "22 through 37, contains K8, SH, or Z2 and with an expiration date of April 1, 2022, or after," according to the company.

Feb. 15

Affordable Connectivity Program - Access to high speed internet

Feb. 1

Shop Black CT | CT's Black-owned Business Guide

National Unclaimed Property Day


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