NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) -- Good Morning Connecticut's Gil Simmons is hitting the road again this summer, and may be on the Green in your town.
Gil is traveling the state, in search of interesting places, stories and events in Connecticut's towns and cities. Thursdays this summer watch 'On the Green with Gil' as Gil broadcasts his morning weather forecast from one of Connecticut's town greens.
Gil's 'On the Green segments will highlight and explore interesting stories from the town or city of the day.
- June 28th Waterbury
- July 5th Groton
- July 12th Hamden
- July 19th Clinton
- July 26th Norwich
- August 2nd Hartford
- August 9th West Haven
- August 16th Windsor
*subject to change
'On the Green with Gil' will air on Thursdays as part of News 8's morning show, Good Morning Connecticut. Good Morning Connecticut airs from 5:00 - 7:00 a.m. on News 8 and from 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. on MyTV9.
Police are on the scene of a two-vehicle accident involving a school bus in North Haven this morning.
A Manchester police report says male motorists were more likely than women to be pulled over by police last year and black motorists were overrepresented compared with white people behind the wheel.
Firefighters responded to a garage fire in Norwalk during the overnight hours Thursday.
UConn is expected to make it official in a news conference Thursday afternoon, but they have made a decision regarding who will be leading the football team next season.
The University of Connecticut is looking for property owners and developers interested in building or otherwise providing housing for its downtown Stamford campus.
There's trouble aboard the international space station and an astronaut from Connecticut may be asked to come to the rescue.
A fire on the roof of the student center at the University of Bridgeport has knocked a radio station off the air.
Composer Steven Sametz has written dozens of pieces in his long and prolific career, perhaps none so personal as the one he's about to begin: a requiem for the victims of the schoolhouse massacre in Newtown, Conn.
From the roads to the rails, to the skies above, everything is on the table today when the state reveals its biggest transportation challenges.
Nutritionists and health officials call it an epidemic: childhood obesity.