Family Finds Grandmother Reviewed Every Book She Read In Secret CodeThe family of a 96-year-old in Connecticut has found a hidden treasure trove dedicated to every book the grandmother ever read.
RAY DUNAWAY: The Colt Subsidy and the Hypocrisy of ConnecticutChris Powell, Managing Editor of The Journal Inquirer, claims the Colt subsidy makes the state the arsenal of hypocrisy.
RAY DUNAWAY: Mayor Monday with Mansfield Town Manager Matthew HartMatthew Hart, Town Manager of Mansfield, joins Ray for this week's Mayor Monday. Hart previews the Town Budget Presentation and talks about the Mansfield Public Library Spring Book Sale on April 1st. Also discussed is Mansfield's new updated website, the town drive-in, and opening weekend for the flea market on April 2nd.
AT HOME IN CONNECTICUT: Children With Incarcerated ParentsThis week on At Home In Connecticut, Bill Pearse talks with Aileen Yeager, the program Manager of Children with Incarcerated Parents Initiative. The initiative has just launched an interactive website designed for children and families experiencing the incarceration of a loved one. The initiative has released a study that dispel the common myths and investigates issues surrounding parental incarceration that are frequently not considered. Parental incarceration and the subsequent separation, Aileen says, can cause anxiety and toxic stress, symptoms that can lead to lifelong mental and physical health problems.
Ray Dunaway: Connecticut TollsToni Boucher, co-chair of Connecticut's transportation committee, discusses tolls in the state. Get the latest.
College Bowl Preview - Week 1
UCF Beats UConn 24-16The Knights made fourth-down stops on two late UConn drives and held on to beat the Huskies 24-16 on Saturday.
Top Pottery Shops In ConnecticutTalented potters sell clay-formed vases, kitchenware and decorations at these state shops.
Ask A Connecticut Expert: Preparing For Fall FashionJust in time for the changing fall season, here is advice from Regina Kirshbaum from Stamford's Agabhumi: The Best of Bali.
Top Spots To See Cover Bands In ConnecticutDrop by any of these Connecticut locations and there's a chance you'll see a first-rate cover band playing some of your favorite songs
Ask A Connecticut Expert: School Lunches Kids Can Make ThemselvesStamford nutritionist Jessica Moon offers up some healthy and tasty suggestions.
Top Scallops In ConnecticutScallops are a favorite treat among seafood-lovers, and even among some non-lovers for their versatility and taste strongly differing from fish. These delicious shellfish are a hot commodity across the U.S. and particularly out here in the East, where we know what truly good seafood tastes like. That means we must be particularly purposeful in where we choose to buy and eat our scallops. To make your best choice, check out the spots below.
Top First Date Spots In ConnecticutSometimes the best way to start a relationship is to go out and do something, especially something a little different. Here are just five such places for a unique first date in Connecticut.
Top Flea Markets In ConnecticutShop for rare and unique treasures at these alternatives to the typical mall or big box store.
Top Upcoming Craft Shows In ConnecticutStrolling a craft show entertains and enthralls the whole family, and gives you a chance to find unique art from those in your own community and state.