Meriden’s history begins in 1727, when a piece of Wallingford broke off to make a new town. It earned city status in 1806.
A single red, white, and blue wreath is laid at the veterans memorial in the center of Clinton. It is one of many ceremonies taking place th…
One veteran is finally being recognized for his service more than a half century since he came back from the war zone.
In observance of Veterans Day, the CT DMV is giving vets the option to have special recognition on their license or license plates.
She’s accepted the fact that her 15-year-old son, Jacob Craggett, is physically gone forever, but Lisa Craggett will not soon let her son’s …
A Groton K-9 officer is being credited for finding a man who had collapsed during a late night walk.
Hundreds of people laced up their running shoes for Jamie’s Run. The event honored the memory of a baby girl who died of liver cancer.
Thousands of people gathered in Stratford Saturday morning to honor a special teacher who was killed in the Sandy Hook shooting. The third a…
Clinton’s First Selectman has been declared in a recount after a dead heat between the two candidates in Tuesday’s election.
A 5K run was held in Madison Saturday morning to honor the memory of a soldier who was killed in the line of duty.
Middletown will be opening its warming centers on November 15 at the Holy Trinity Church.
It takes a lot of work to make sure that the animals at the Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport are happy and healthy.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center has a new master gardener in their halls and she has inspired one patient to follow in her footsteps.
Veterans Day may not be until next week but the community came together in Hamden Friday to honor those who serve and sacrifice.
This week’s pet of the week is a cuddly and purr-happy kitten named Elsa.