Gil on the Go: Live on the Madison Town Green

New Haven

This May, Chief Meteorologist Gil Simmons is traveling around Connecticut for Gil on the Go!

On Friday, May 28, Gil was live at the Madison Town Green!

Until 1826, Madison was known as East Guilford. The town is named after the fourth U.S. President, James Madison. The town is well-known for its popular state park, Hammonasset Beach.

Along with the locals, viewers from all over Connecticut have made the commute to say hello to Gil. Throughout the morning, visitors told us their upcoming plans to honor fallen servicemen and women this Memorial Day.

The Chamber of Commerce has many events coming up, as Connecticut continues to get back to a new normal.

News 8 Anchor Laura Hutchinson visited one of Madison’s local businesses: Lenny and Joe’s Fish Tale. They are “Back in Business,” and you can find out more about Laura’s visit here.

This is Gil’s last stop this time around. Stay tuned for when Gil will be back on the go!

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