Steven M. Mauren, managing editor to editor-in-chief, Connection Newspapers since 1996. Education: B.A. in English and secondary education, St. John's University (N.Y.), 1974. M.A. in education, University of Hartford (Conn.), 1983. Experience: Editor, Windsor Locks Journal (Conn.), 1976-78. Teacher of English, Ellington Public Schools (Conn.), 1978-1980. Editor & publisher, Observer of Windsor Locks (Conn.), 1979-1981. Managing editor to editorial director to associate publisher for news & opinion, Imprint Newspapers (Conn.), 1981-1994. Editor & co-publisher, Community Life Publishing (Conn.), 1994-1995. Editor-in-chief, The Observer (Conn.), 1994-1996. Professional: Board member and president, Connecticut Editorial Association, 1985-1988. Board member, New England Press Association, 1985-1989. Board member, Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information, 1991-1994.
Reducing drug- and alcohol-related fatalities.
Next week’s Arlington Connection will capture the joy and accomplishment associated with high school graduation. The day celebrates graduates who accomplished much just by finishing, graduates headed to college and more.
In “Understanding Frustrations, Challenges,” Potomac Almanac, June 12, 2013, the article should have said: Hope Connections for Cancer Support was the dream of Bernie and Bonnie Kogod, who after losing a daughter to cancer, started a family foundation in her name (The Michele Susan Kogod Memorial Fund) which provided a $50,000 seed grant to create a cancer support center. In 2004, the Kogods teamed up with Paula Rothenberg, who had just lost her father to cancer, to begin the process of creating a place where people affected by cancer could come together as a community to connect with and support each other.