Animal control officers seized a horse, two miniature horses, a donkey, a pig, a goat, 18 chickens, six guinea fowl and six turkeys, as well as four dogs and a cat, which were found to be living in inhumane conditions at a home in Oxford Tuesday.
Thanksgiving means turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, at least to most people, and those seeking to enjoy the traditional feast without the work of shopping, preparation, serving or cleanup have many fine restaurants in the state from which to choose to hold their holiday repast.
Police say a flock of wild turkeys caused a two-car crash on Interstate 91 over the weekend.
Dr. Robert Ballard, the head of the Institute for Exploration at Connecticut’s Mystic Aquarium, has helped Turkish authorities locate the bodies of two Turkish pilots shot down by Syria nearly two weeks ago.
A Rhode Island environmental news organization plans to collect Thanksgiving turkey carcasses to keep them out of the state’s main landfill.
Turkey, cornbread or stuffing? Choose your favorites from this array of classic Thanksgiving foods.
Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro is asking federal officials why there wasn’t a faster recall of ground turkey linked to a salmonella outbreak.
Turkey’s state-run news agency says U.S. helicopter maker Sikorsky Aircraft has won a contract worth $4 billion.
Turkey’s basketball federation lifted American star Diana Taurasi’s provisional doping suspension
Wednesday after a lab retracted its finding that she tested positive for a performance-enhancing substance.
Former Connecticut women’s basketball star Diana Taurasi says she hadn’t even heard of the banned stimulant modafinil until she found out she had tested positive for it. Taurasi is adamant that she never used performance-enhancing drugs.