As commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Adm. Robert J. Papp Jr. has made it a priority to develop a national museum dedicated to the maritime service. After years of discussion, developers have committed to a location in New London, but as Papp prepares to retire next month, the project still has a long way to go to raise enough money for construction to begin on the $80 million museum.
HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)–At the State Capitol, Connecticut has a permanent wall honoring the heroes from our state who have lost their lives fighting for â�¦ More Â»
NORWICH, Conn. (WTNH)–Next Monday, Holly Salegna will be running in her first-ever marathon.
It’ll be a very special one, not just because it’s Boston, â�¦ More Â»
Ted Aub talks about an event held honoring the Vietnam veterans.
Sunday, a large crowd gathered on the Yale campus in New Haven to honor the memory of a former student who passed away 15 years ago. Her memory lives on through an annual event known as “Julia’s Run for Children.”
News 8′s got your back with a story about some local veterans. A promise going unfulfilled after decades.
Students at Manchester’s East Catholic High School are boxing up thousands of nutritious meals and sending them to starving people in Haiti, and it all started with one student’s idea to help people.
State police are helping a little boy with cancer, a little boy who’s been through so much already.
Friends and family of middle school science teacher Brad Vernet tried for months to find him a matching live kidney donor, utilizing Facebook and YouTube to publicize their cause.
AARP Connecticut has given a $4,500 check to Operation Fuel, Inc., to help seniors who are struggling to pay their heating bills this winter.
LIN Media LLC, a local multimedia company and WTNH/WCTX parent company has expanded the eligibility for its Minority Scholarship and Training Program to both sophomores and juniors, and is now accepting applications until March 31, 2014.
A school in Norwalk has a special way of reaching out to the men and women who have served our country.
We’ve heard of the dangers of distracted driving, but some students at the University of New Haven will be able to experience it first hand, but in the safety of a simulator.
New Have, Conn. (WTNH) – New Haven’s Town Green District is kick off it’s third annual On9 First Friday fun, with an art show â�¦ More Â»
Stamford’s Bravest are going bald, all in an effort to raise awareness about children who are living with cancer.
Some pastors in Connecticut will be out on street corners and at train stations today to give the blessing of Ash Wednesday to those who can’t make it to a church service.
A very popular singer made a surprise stop before his show at Foxwoods this weekend. Robin Thicke made a visit to a Norwich high school.
The Access Health Connecticut website will be down for maintenance Friday night through Saturday morning.
The website allows people to sign up for the â�¦ More Â»