Oh My.

The defense by UConn and nonexistent shooting by SMU crushed the Mustangs. UConn led 47-9 at the halftime The Huskies then scored the first 27 points over 12:20 to take a 74-9 lead in the second half. Final score: 87-28.  VIEW MORE

Circus Kids

Circophony, a youth circus troupe lead by ArtFarm director Dic Wheeler rehearse for “Circus on the High Seas,” a production done in collaboration with the Odd Fellows Playhouse. The cast trained and rehearsed for 3 months twice a week before their first performance in December. The circus goes on the road through June. VIEW MORE

Without Water

For some New London’s water main break is an inconvenience. They have water. But for those living at the New London Housing Authority high rise on Colman Street they’ll make due until water is restored.  

Memorial Day in Manchester

Manchester marked Memorial Day with a parade down Main Street and ceremony at Center Memorial Park. VIEW MORE

Connecticut Mission of Mercy Free Dental Clinic

Hundreds turned out Friday at the XL Center seeking free dental care offered by hundreds of volunteers. VIEW MORE

Feeding Children Everywhere

Students at Manchester’s East Catholic High School gathered in the school gymnasium to make 40,000 healthy meals for Feeding Children Everywhere, a non-profit social charity. VIEW MORE  

Farmington Valley Arts Center

The Farmington Valley Arts Center in Avon is celebrating it’s 40th year. Its a place for artists to learn, create, display and sell their art work.   VIEW MORE  

POTUS Photos

Photographers show up hours before POTUS is to arrive. We must pass security. That takes time. We get wanded by magnetometers and inspected by bomb sniffing dogs. We are ushered, guided, and ordered by secret service and handlers. And then we wait. On some Connecticut visits Courant photographers are designated “pool photographers” granting them better […]

Two Apartment Buildings Collapse in New York City

Two New York City buildings collapsed on Wednesday in an explosion believed to be caused by a gas leak, killing three people, injuring at least 36, and setting off a search for more victims feared trapped in the rubble. The explosion scattered debris across Metro North tracks stopping service on the commuter line that passes […]

Chuckles VIII Predicts More Winter


UConn at Temple


Cold Construction

  Brothers Don, Gerry, and Rick Soucy are carpenters. They began to learn their trade from their father when they were ten years-old. They know nailers, saws, wood and metal. The know how to build houses and garages. They also know cold. They work together as a cold steady wind whips from the north down the CT River. The […]

State Police Graduation


New Runner in Race For Governor

Indian Council Caves

Follow the Tunxis Trail in Barkhamsted two miles and discover the Indian Council Caves, a geological formation of giant boulders where legend has it that Native Americans held meetings there. Large slabs of granite form a courtyard with gaps between the bolders forming caves. VIEW MORE    

West Hartford Hauntings


The Shoreline Trail in Madison

The recently completed section Shoreline Greenway Trail at Hammonasset State Park in Madison winds around marshland that offers views of marsh, wildlife and Long Island Sound beyond. A pleasant but short walk that begins at the entrance to the park. VIEW MORE

It Rained

The UConn Huskies lost to the Cincinnati Bearcats. The score: 41-16. VIEW MORE

National Champion Umbrella Magnolia

Magnolia tripetala otherwise known as the Umbrella Magnolia is a native tree of the southeastern U.S. in the Appalachian region. It is rare to find a grove of the trees in Branford, Connecticut. Never mind the largest. A National Champion. VIEW MORE

UConn football begins anew


The Berlin Fair


Appalachian Trail in Kent


Bishop Frank J. Caggiano


East Catholic vs. Fermi High School Football