New year, new laws: State makes changes to opioids, auto insurance, and taxes

Several new state laws went into effect Jan. 1, including those concerning opioids, auto insurance, occupational licensing, commercial real estate transactions, fertility preservation, and taxes. Opioids In an effort to prevent prescription opioid diversion and abuse, two provisions made to Public Act No. 17-131 went into effect Jan. 1. One requires “certain individual and group health insurance policies” to cover … read more

Founders Hall: Explore something new in 2018

Ready for something new in 2018? You can still find openings in the following classes, which begin on Jan. 2. Join the investment discussion to explore how current events are impacting stock and bond markets. With women dominating today’s headlines, it’s a good time to review the  20th-Century female pioneers of politics, science and the arts. Or sail into the … read more

Looking to start the new year with a new skill? Ridgefield Continuing Education has plenty of classes

Gift certificates are available through Ridgefield Continuing Education. Classes are available starting in January through May to learn new skills, enhance an interest and meet new people. Bridge, genealogy, ballroom dance, line dance, Zumba, yoga, Pilates, cardio and core workouts, tai chi, history, photography, arts and crafts, drawing, painting, knitting, jewelry making, interior decorating, gardening, cooking, computer, iPhone, iPad, tutoring, real estate, … read more

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