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“He said he’s holding a gun to my husband’s head and that I need to cooperate.”
Halloween is just days away. That means you’re running out of time to get costumes, props, decorations and other supplies.
A UPS driver from Woodbrige is celebrating a big milestone.
Crafting and restoring string instruments by hand.
First in the nation, the Arson Dog Training Program started in Connecticut in 1986.
You can call it “Home-Ec 2.0,” but they call it “Whaler Cafe.”
A folklorist is called a number of things. A storyteller. A teacher. A historian. Even a detective.
One 42-year-old New Haven business has been creating custom apparel for communities across the country.
Visel Pharmacy has been serving its customers in New Haven since 1914.
One New Haven barber is literally going the extra mile to serve his customers.
People have been getting tattoos to express themselves and send a message for centuries.
Sixteen-year-old Hannah Pucci saw a problem and found a clever solution.
Four years ago, Spiked Seltzer put a twist on the brewing industry.
During the War of 1812, the United States military could no longer get buttons from England since that was the country they were fighting.