Working with wood. It’s a skill that not only takes knowledge of math with measuring for the perfect cut, but also an artistic eye.
One man makes it his mission to make aviation’s past part of the future.
A man along the shoreline spends his days making violins and cellos.
Beekeeping is a Connecticut tradition, and has been for more than a hundred years.
Gears, spokes, and wheels. That’s one man’s focus over at Tony’s Bikes and Sports.
37 years ago, Bill Desmond got his start in the auto repair business with a shop on Franklin Avenue in Hartford.
Growing up in Sweden, Erik Landergran was accustomed to a different kind of chocolate than what is common in the United States.
“The Arc” in New London is a center that helps children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities work in their community.
It’s hot, it’s loud, and a bit dirty, but one Connecticut artist says it’s all he has ever known.
This week’s edition of Working for Connecticut takes us to East Hartford, where creating a product that many associate with relaxation, take…
Every week News 8 gives you a glimpse into the jobs that are the backbone of our state.
Washing your dog is no easy task, and the clean-up afterward is no walk in the park.
The sweet smell of success. Hard-working employees prune, trim dead leaves, and cut beautiful roses at Pinchbeck Farms.
Did you know the author of the first American Dictionary was from Connecticut?
Wild Bill’s Nostalgia is sure to bring back come of your favorite memories.