A shop in Mystic is making nautical knots for gift shops all across the country and people who visit the shoreline town.
Fresh from the farm, right to your table. And it’s all organic.
Since 1655, the Connecticut River Ferry has been a link between Glastonbury and Rocky Hill. Years later, the Ferry still serves as a connect…
The superintendent at the golf tournament players club tells News 8 he loves what he does every day.
Saltourdes began working with shoes when he was a young child whose hope was to go out and play with his cousin.
New Haven’s Jet Cleaners, a dry cleaners stationed on State Street, is celebrating its 60th year in existence.
Hot dogs is a barbecue classic, synonymous with baseball games and Fourth of July cookouts, and the Glenwood Drive-In in Hamden has become a…
Public Market, a 28-year-old family business, knows that the best way to keep their customers coming back is to make customer satisfaction n…
When Matthew Sladen, a retired Explosive Ordinance Team Leader, suffered a devastating injury while serving overseas, he thought all was los…
“I get paid to do something that I love,” said Paul Lewis, road foreman of engines for Essex Steam Train.
One man has been spreading love throughout his community, one haircut at a time.
Cindy Stevens uses canvases and color to help children and even our armed forces.
In this week’s Working for Connecticut, we take a visit to the food truck industry.
It’s a job that takes precision, attention to detail, and a sincere sense of respect for our service members.
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