Tag: Henri Martin

Supporting our troops

Ellen Dennis, left, donates food items during a Stuff a Humvee event at Gnazzo’s supermarket last Saturday. The fundraiser will benefit Veteran’s Inc. of New Britain and Veterans’ Strong of Bristol. Above, Ellen presents the items to State Rep. Bill…

Recognizing a top scholar

State Rep. William A. Petit Jr. (R-22) and Sen. Henri Martin (R-31) present Plainville High School student Jason Demmons with a legislative citation during their Plainville Coffee Hours at Rebel Dog Coffee. Demmons received the award for his excellent academic…

Town Council recognizes firefighters for their service

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER The Plainville Town Council awarded eight Fire Department Service Awards on Wednesday, Jan. 23, and three recipients were presented with proclamations from the Connecticut General Assembly, by State Senator Henri Martin and State Representative Dr. William…

Petit, Martin get state assignments

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Plainville’s state legislators have announced their committee assignments for the Senate and House of Representatives session, which began on Jan. 9. State Senator Henri Martin (R-31) has been named by Senate Republican leader Leonard Fasano…

Helping the ‘Army’

The Salvation Army held a bell ringing at Gnazzo’s last Friday night. From the left are state Representative Dr. Bill Petit, Jr., who is holding his son William, Lt. Shareena Echavarria, and state Senator Henri Martin. Photo by JANELLE MORELLI

Martin gets assignments in state senate

Sen.-elect Henri Martin (R-Bristol, Plainville) will serve as the lead Republican member of several legislative panels during the 2015 session of the Connecticut General Assembly. Martin, who was scheduled to be sworn in on Jan. 7 at the State Capitol,…

Post-debate, Michalik contrasts himself with opponent

State Senate candidate Rob Michalik highlighted his plan for moving Connecticut forward during a legislative debate sponsored by the Greater Bristol Chamber of Commerce Monday night at St. Paul Catholic High School in Bristol. “In order to grow jobs here…

Martin: Don’t reduce drug-free zones around schools

Henri Martin, candidate for state Senate district 31, pledged that he would fight any efforts to reduce the size of drug free zones around schools and daycares, said a press relesase from his campaign. State law prescribes that dealing or…