(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Last month’s record cold spell apparently had an impact on the Connecticut jobs front. The state Labor Department reported a loss of 3,700 jobs for February. The unemployment rate was 6.4%. […]
On days where it’s raining there’s no need to just stay home. These state bars provide not just shelter from the rain but good company, top-notch menu items and fun times.
For great food, drinks and company, these bars can’t be beat when you’re in the mood to take in America’s national pastime.
March 20 may mark the first day of spring, but Old Man Winter is not ready to warm up just yet.
Here are just five of the top bakeries in Connecticut that offer special desserts for Passover.
Plan accordingly for this year’s April Fools’ Day gag. From gag gifts to magic tricks or funny t-shirts, there are plenty of options when shopping at one of these local stores.
Three smuggled artifacts from Saddam Hussein’s private airport and palace that were recovered by federal investigators in Connecticut are among dozens of items being returned Monday to Iraq.
From light-hearted musical love stories to biting political satires, and from classic comedies of manners to world premiere historical dramas, Connecticut’s stages have it all this spring.
New England is rich with history and historical sites that have since become national parks. In Connecticut and its surrounding states, some of the most popular national historical sites and parks are just within a short drive; from JFK’s childhood home to Ellis Island to battlefields. Many of the top national parks even have free admission! Plan your visits around park hours and dates of operation. For the winter months consider some of these top national parks.
For some fun “staycation” activities in Connecticut that kids are sure to love, we asked Stamford teacher Deborah Okun.