Anne Kubitsky of Killingworth turned to gratitude to help her heal from a tragedy in her life: a sexual assault.
On tonight’s “Nyberg”, a Long Island architect, who makes his living building tiny models of mansions which “were” and “are” being built in The â�¦ More Â»
The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute (YEI) has been connecting students and staff and getting new products and services to the market since 2007.
Two young moms from Madison, sisters, have come up with a children’s consignment shop “pop-up” strategy in which a lot of people are reaping the benefits.
Matthew Weed, blind since the age of 8 and a diabetic, has traveled around the world, participated in a rollerblading marathon, skied in Colorado, and co-invented tools that help the disabled.
On Monday’s edition of “Nyberg,” a young author who grew up in Fairfield is profiled. Bianca Turetsky got an idea for her book, which â�¦ More Â»
It’s a photo show with a purpose that you can get involved with by uploading a picture shot with a mobile device.
They’re beautiful one-of-a-kind works of art: Ukranian eggs painstakingly drawn on and dyed by Father Paul Luniw of St Michael’s Ukranian Catholic Church in Terryville.
Business, community and education put them all together in towns across the state in an empty storefront and you have an incubator that can crack out new and successful businesses.
She’s one of the most famous romance authors in the country. She is Kristan Higgins, married to a firefighter and is a mother of two from Durham.
Quirky Elizabeth Schubert is an “in your face” classically trained clarinetist from Miami. She just happens to be a distant niece of the famed Austrian composer Franz Schubert, 219 years separate their births.
From a TV news producer to New York Times best-selling author, Casey Sherman is climbing the ladder of success.
What were you doing at the age of ten? Nora Mullins, of West Haven, is singing everywhere she can get booked in the state and is looking out for her community too.
We’re living longer than ever these days but we want to live well. Hamden’s Dr. Rich Diana is a former NFL running back who played in Superbowl 17 with the Miami Dolphins and who became an orthopedic surgeon.
It’s happening all of the time. Kids are being bullied in schools all over the country, and now with the internet, it can almost be done anonymously.
James Powers is a history teacher at Guilford High School. Years back he was romanced by the Dudley Farm in the northern part of town.
Alan Blassberg, a former West Hartford guy, is now a reality TV producer/director in Los Angeles. His personal reality you just can’t make up. It centers around cancer, a lot of it.
The former Director of News at News Channel 8, Keith Hirshland was here in the late 1980′s and after he left he went on to be on the ground floor of ESPN 2, and was among the first to be hired in 1994 at the newly-formed Golf Channel where he produced tournaments around the world.