Prison officials have agreed to stop serving fish to a vegetarian prison inmate.
Fish commonly found in warm ocean waters to the south have become more common in New England as ocean temperatures rise.
An animal rights group says Connecticut’s prisons department is improperly serving fish to a vegetarian inmate in violation of his rights as a practicing Buddhist.
The completion of a $4.75 million bypass channel around the Tingue Dam will allow fish once again to migrate to prime spawning areas on the Naugatuck River in Beacon Falls and Naugatuck.
Chefs are beginning to seek out lesser-known fish species for their patrons.
By Leon A. Sylvester One of my favorite things about living close to the shore is the abundance of fresh seafood. The smell of fresh fish on the grill or steaming lobsters, crabs or clams […]
Norwich police have identified the body of a woman found in a wooded area near a city playground.
The DEP has announced a fishing contest with the possibility of someone winning over $2 million.
By STEPHEN SINGER, Associated Press Writer HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Water is plentiful in New England, but that’s not stopping several states from drafting regulations to ensure it’s available despite droughts, heat spells and development […]
WEST HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ Yale University has apologized for a chemical foam discharge from the school’s West Haven campus that killed some fish and eels in the Oyster River. Spokesman William Hathaway said Wednesday […]