| May 14, 2011
| 6:47 PM
In May 1861, Samuel Colt was Hartford's richest, most famous citizen.
A charismatic, driven entrepreneur, Colt possessed inventive genius, boundless imagination and unsurpassed marketing prowess. He had built an internationally renowned business centered...
| May 10, 2012
| 3:57 PM
It's almost that time of year to gather around the ol' campfire and tell the tale of the ghost bridges of Mansfield Hollow.
What? You've never heard about the ghost bridges of Mansfield Hollow? How, on nights of the full moon, you can hear them...
| Jun 5, 2012
| 10:48 AM
Hallelujah! Connecticut’s been saved from them dirty, rotten Commies.
You’ve probably been worried sick over it. I know I have.
But no longer, not since the Yankee Institute declared “Victory Over Connecticut Communists…...
| Nov 23, 2011
Neil Diamond takes his greatest hits on the road in highly-anticipated 2012 North American summer tour
Rock and Pop Icon Neil Diamond, a 2011 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee and 2011 Kennedy Center Honoree, will take his greatest hits on the road...
| Dec 10, 2011
| 4:18 PM
In November 1861, New London residents watched with curiosity as teams of oxen hauled wagons loaded with fieldstones through their streets.
The stones had been collected from the foundations of farms and old pasture walls in Waterford and surrounding...
| Dec 14, 2011
| 10:00 AM
If you think Connecticut's Occupy movement is going to wither away in the winter cold, or get co-opted by unions or lefty groups, or get sucked into Obama's re-election push, you'd better listen to what Danielle Digirolamo and other “occupiers&...
| Jul 7, 2012
| 1:52 PM
The heat is still on in the Tri-State area with temperatures well into the 90's, and real-feel temperatures in the triple digits.
Forecasters say relief is on the way in the form of a thunderstorm or two Saturday afternoon into Saturday night, when the...
| Jan 25, 2012
| 10:43 AM
President Obama preached a message of hope to factory workers on Wednesday as he began a sales pitch for his plan to boost U.S. manufacturing through changes to the tax code.
Speaking to employees and owners of a conveyor belt plant in Cedar Rapids,...
| Jan 26, 2012
| 9:10 AM
I'm sure that every music scene in the country is diverse and rich with bands flowing from all sorts of varying genres. But I'm not convinced at all that most of the other scenes stack up to what we have and are continually building here in CT. Case...
| Dec 28, 2011
| 7:45 PM
Just four days after five members of one family lost their lives on Christmas Day, the 70 firefighters who fought to save them returned to work. It wasn't your ordinary first day back, however.
Instead firefighters met with the FDNY's counseling...
| Sep 17, 2011
| 6:13 PM
Gen. Nathaniel Lyon died at the right time.
Raised in eastern Connecticut, the 43-year-old West Point graduate was killed while commanding the Union forces at the Battle of Wilson's Creek near Springfield, Mo., on Aug. 10, 1861.
He became the first...