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It may be a little early to think about flowers and plants, but at a family-owned farm in Northford, they’ve been getting ready all winter.
Not many people can say they’ve worked at the same place for 50 years, and if they can, not many still love it as much as they did when they…
A couple of gals who grew up in Hamden have taken their love for their Irish heritage and turned it into a business.
Your furry friend deserves nothing but the best, right?
A Middletown jeweler’s creations will be included in the celebrity gift bag at the Oscars this Sunday.
If you have food allergies, finding yummy baked goods can be a challenge.
Zuse Inc. prints t-shirts, and if Brady and the gang with a fifth title, they’ll have the honor of making the official championship shirt.
The New Haven area is known for its Italian heritage.
The origins of the Frisbee can be traced back to Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Ray of Light Farm in East Haddam takes care of animals that have been neglected, abused or abandoned.
Some of the world’s most unique granite comes from Branford, Connecticut.
Step aside, Willy Wonka. A chocolate company in Meriden is making some tasty treats.
Operating a ski area is a year-round job, not only when it’s cold enough for snow.