NEON open for day care amid financial concerns

Norwalk's anti-poverty agency NEON says it will be business as usual today for the kids enrolled in its Head Start program. Officials say they will

Norwalk's anti-poverty agency NEON says it will be business as usual today for the kids enrolled in its Head Start program. Officials say they will continue offering child care services even though the federal government took control of the program away from NEON last week and put a Colorado-based company in charge. Federal officials expressed concerns about the way the program is run. NEON says...

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Parents say they are anxious about what will Norwalk parents worried about fate of Head Start

Many parents whose kids attended Head Start in Norwalk are wondering if their children will

An interim group will take over the program. NEON to temporarily close due to budget concerns

Dozens of parents and students rallied at Norwalk City Hall on Thursday after learning that

Head Start has decided to suspend the group's NEON in limbo with limited federal funding

Officials with Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now are trying to determine whether the city's Head Start