Connecticut’s 19th Annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony is being held today to honor the lives of Connecticut residents killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack.
Rocky Neck State Park’s swimming area was closed Tuesday due to a poor water quality report from CT DEEP.
A week after most of the rest of Massachusetts, Boston is scheduled to enter the third phase of its coronavirus economic restart on Monday.
State Parks across Connecticut have become busier as the state begins to reopen and people venture out more frequently. And with social distancing guidelines in place, DEEP has reduced the parking lot capacity at most of its State Parks.
With nice weather forecast for this weekend, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) anticipates several state parks will reach capacity and be closed for the day, as has been the case on nice weather days over the last several weeks, particularly on weekends.
As people across Connecticut are being urged to practice social distancing in stores, your local state park is no exception.
Joining us today in the Bender kitchen is Lifestyle Expert, JoJo Pastors, Executive Director, Jim Keenan and Chowda Chef Mascot (Marc Lee) to tell you all about the 11th Annual Chowdafest. They have funded over 2 million meals in the ongoing fight against food insecurity – over a half million alone last year through Food […]
We are approaching the anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks .
Friends and family are gathering to remember a Connecticut State Trooper who passed away after a long battle with cancer.
(WTNH) — Strong winds Saturday night have caused trees to fall in West Haven and Westport, with power out for some residents. There have been reports to News 8 of multiple trees falling into roadways, driveways, and on houses. The United Illuminating (UI) outage map shows there are 69 customers in West Haven without power […]