It may look like an ordinary bedroom, but if you look closely, and dig around a little bit, you might find things you’d never expect in your child’s room.
Looking for all of the answers? Match the numbers in the list below and in the video see what is “hidden in plain sight”. How many did you find?
Amy Johansson spent years as a psychiatric nurse helping people before there even was an opioid crisis. Then she lost her son to drugs and took her fight to the next level.
A Branford family who lost their son to the opioid epidemic is taking their fight for treatment and addiction services to the state and federal government.
Losing a child to addiction is gut wrenching, and is happening all too often in this state and in the country.
The Johansson's want to give families what they felt they didn't have when their son was recovering from addiction.
Amy Johansson, of Branford, won $10,000 dollars by playing the “$100,000 Cashword 9″ from the Connecticut Lottery and is now using the money to benefit the non-profit she founded in memory of her son who passed way.
Here is a list of “turkey trot” road races and Thanksgiving feasts happening across the state this month.
Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, announced Wednesday they plan to “step back as senior members” of Britain’s royal family.
HOUSTON (AP) — All of Justin Verlander’s illustrious accomplishments mean little right now. Not those 225 wins, not the 3,006 regular season strikeouts, not the record 202 postseason Ks. Not the eight All-Star selections, not the 2011 Cy Young Award and Most Valuable Player prize. Verlander dropped to 0-5 in World Series games Wednesday night […]