News items of interest to the cultural heritage community in Connecticut related to disasters and disaster planning and recovery.
- Southington’s Warmth and WiFi Place (by Darren Sweeney, Dan Lee, NBC Connecticut (NBC30) Nov. 2, 2011)
- “With so many homes in the dark, people are looking to get connected any way they can” and headed for the library.
- East Coast libraries endure Hurricane Irene (by Beverly Goldberg, American Libraries Aug. 31, 2011
- “Connecticut residents are flocking for respite and reconnection” at the public library.
- Barnum Museum begins long journey back from Tornado’s wrath (by John Voket, Newtown Bee, Mar. 3, 2011)
- “Historic snowfalls batter historic buildings” (CT Trust for Historic Preservation, Originally published in Connecticut Preservation News XXXIV/2 (March/April 2011)
- “Barnum Museum Suffers Extensive Damage in Tornado” (WFSB TV July 2010)
- “State Disaster Aid Rejected for July Tornado” (Connecticut Post Oct 2010)
- “Historic Newtown Barns Collapse Under Weight of Snow” (Danbury News Times Jan 2011)
- Historic Building to be Demolished (WFSB TV Jan 2011)
- Obama Declares Major Disaster For State Following January Storm (Hartford Courant Mar 2011)
- MDAH Looks Back Five Years after Katrina (Mississippi History Newsletter Fall 2010)
- Preparations for Hurricane Earl Uncover Historical Documents (WAVY-TV Sept 2010)
- NY Marks 100th Anniversary of 1911 Capitol Fire (NPR Mar 2011)
- Miyagi Network for Preserving Historical Materials – Post Quake and Tsunami Activities (Mar 2011) English Translation