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.
On the heels of a new government report showing a spike in the number of children living with Autism, there’s a new campaign kicking off in Connecticut to help people better understand the disorder. It’s called the Spectrum of Kindness.
Thousands of Connecticut residents deal with diabetes every day. On Good Morning Connecticut Tuesday We spoke with the people at Assisted Living Technologies in Meriden, a company that sells products for patients, including those with diabetes.
Thursday night is your chance to enjoy food and drink from some of New Haven’s finest restaurants and help a great cause at the same time.
Looking for a way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Connecticut? Be sure to check out our list of parades happening over the next few weeks from New Haven to Hartford!
Disaster recovery teams will arrive in Connecticut neighborhoods to see the areas hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy, which struck more than 16 months ago.
Today is World Kidney Day. It’s meant to raise awareness on not only chronic kidney disease that affects one in 10 Americans, but also for the thousands who are hoping for an organ transplant.
New York City emergency personnel respond to an explosion that leveled two buildings on 116th Street in Harlem, killing seven and injuring dozens.
Struggling to get your taxes done?
These back-to-back winter storms are taking a toll on the area’s blood supply.
You no longer have to go to your city or town hall to register to vote for the next election. The state election system has leaped into the internet age with ‘online’ voter registration starting Tuesday.
As crews in New Haven work to remove mounds of snow from city streets, more snow is in the forecast.
Connecticut-born Benedict Arnold may be hands down the most infamous traitor in U.S. history. But what if it was his wife who was pulling the strings?
Several non-profit organizations are working together to help save taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars.
(WTNH) — In anticipation for Tuesday’s snow and the brutally cold weather, Governor Dannel Malloy has activated the state’s severe weather protocol. Severe weather â�¦ More Â»