How to make your LinkedIn profile stand out

Lorraine Duncan, owner of Business Gone Social and author of the book “Shout it Out: A Social Media Marketing Guide for Business Owners,” shared tips on creating a LinkedIn profile that will attract business clients and grow your network during…

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Arline Casey’s spirit will live on in the lives she touched

Arline M. Borsey Casey, age 88, of Monroe, formerly of Stamford, wife of the late Arthur F. Casey Jr., passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 17, 2024, with her loving family by her side. Born in Stamford on September 24, 1935, daughter of the late James and Clara Otto Borsey, Arline lived in Fairfield for most of her life before moving to Monroe to live with her daughter and family several years ago.Her life was all about her love for her family. Arline cherished the times that she spent with her grandchildren, whether playing Gin Rummy with her late husband…

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Bus transportation costs rise by close to $100,000 for Masuk Athletics

MONROE, CT — Masuk High School Principal Steve Swensen recently presented a $880,904 Athletic Department budget with a $124,969 increase for fiscal year 2024-25 to the Board of Education. The bulk of the 16.5 percent hike is $96,196 more for transportation. While All-Star Transportation, the district’s bus company, is fulfilling…

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No one out pizzas Monroe

MONROE, CT — National Pizza Day is this Friday and pizza lovers who want to celebrate don’t have to go far for a slice, whether it’s thin crust or deep dish. Monroe has at least a dozen places to satisfy residents’ cravings. On Thursday afternoon, Andy Vasiliou, owner of Country Pizza & Restaurant, 418 Main St., pulled a large onion pizza out of his oven for a takeout order. “We’re known for our pizza,” Vasiliou said, adding the sausage pizza is Country Pizza’s most popular pie. “It’s homemade. We make our own.” Of the popularity of pizza, he smiled and…

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Masuk’s latest state wrestling champion keeps it in the family

MONROE, CT — Salvatore Longo, a member of Masuk High School’s Class of 2014, nearly won a state title for wrestling as a Panther. His younger brother Luke was only seven at the time. After seeing his big brother come close to getting on the wrestling banner in the Masuk gymnasium, Luke said, “I’m gonna get on the banner.” Now, nearly a decade later, Luke won the title in the 157 pound class at the CIAC Class M State Tournament at Guilford High School on Feb. 17, while his proud brother Sal served as a Panthers’ assistant coach. “It was…

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