Ryan Kristafer and Sarah Cody went into the kitchen to show their cooking talents.
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Put on your dancing shoes, it’s all about Irish dance!
In honor of Veterans Day, Friday we are saluting our troops with a special edition.
The holidays can be particularly hard after a breakup. Dr. TC Brantley has some advice on how to deal with this difficult time.
The Sound of Music begins Wednesday night at the Shubert Theatre in New Haven.
Chef Mark Vechitto cooks up cod with a twist and adds black beluga lentils to the meal.
Every day life can be very stressful. Lifestyle and Wellness Expert Bianca Jade has some ways to help manage and reduce stress
Veterans Day is this week. Wreaths Across America plays a big role in making sure fallen heroes are being honored.
Chef Mark Vechitto is cooking up roasted brown sugar and maple butternut squash with dried cranberries, shallots and salmon.
Many people choose Halloween to speak with their loved ones who have passed away.
Gold Star parents Bob Keiser and Helen Keiser-Pedersen speaks to us about an the APK 5K Road Race & 5K Ruck March on Saturday, November 4th…
Pumpkin carving is a tradition on Halloween. People like to decorate their homes with pumpkins.
If you want to do something fun with your family in the kitchen, Chef Plum shows you how to make simple treats.
Halloween is almost here. Have you ever thought Connecticut could be haunted?
The Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame will hold its 24th Annual Induction Ceremony and Celebration on Thursday, November 9th.