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First Road Trip in the New Roadmaster

The House family joined the many tourists hitting Litchfield County over the weekend for peak foliage season. Kara had to emcee the first annual Run and Wag 5K race in … Continue reading

10/21/2014 · Leave a comment

Nappier Defends Record in Quest for 5th Term

The night Denise Nappier was elected state treasurer, John Rowland was re-elected governor in a landslide. Senator Chris Dodd coasted to a fourth term as U.S. Senator and George W. … Continue reading

10/17/2014 · 1 Comment

Ebola in Connecticut?

I’m getting many questions from viewers about ebola, and whether they should be concerned about it showing up in Connecticut. The images from Libera are disturbing as are the scenes … Continue reading

10/17/2014 · 1 Comment

The Transformation: Week 3

We are now at the half way point of the 6 week transformation we are undertaking with trainer Joe Carabase of MELT workout. At the three week mark, I have … Continue reading

10/17/2014 · 1 Comment

The Transformation: Week 2

Week 2 on the transformation challenge is now in the books and my official weigh-in shows I’ve lost 9.2 pounds! In the first week, I lost 6.6 pounds, so I … Continue reading

10/10/2014 · Leave a comment

The Houses Have a Hearse

Ok, so it’s not really a hearse in the classic sense, it is a station wagon that was a funeral car, that, yes, did have a hearse license plate. Let’s … Continue reading

10/09/2014 · 9 Comments

Rock Cats & Developer Optimistic About Hartford

It seems there are constant new developments in the proposal to build a whole new neighborhood in Hartford with a baseball park as the cornerstone. This week on Face the … Continue reading

10/03/2014 · 1 Comment

Ray & Diane Reunited for Malloy Foley Debate Analysis

Old friends and former radio co-hosts Ray Dunaway and Diane Smith reunited for a taping of Face the State, set to air this Sunday morning at 11 on WFSB Channel … Continue reading

10/03/2014 · Leave a comment

Happy Birthday, Hartford Marathon!!

One of Connecticut’s biggest annual events is turning the big 2-0! The Hartford Marathon has come a long way since its inception in 1994, and this week in our Face … Continue reading

10/03/2014 · 2 Comments

The Transformation: Week 1

The first week of the six week transformation I’m attempting is in the books. Guided by trainer Joe Carabase of MELT Workout, I set out on September 25th to lose … Continue reading

10/03/2014 · 4 Comments

That Time a U.S. President Came to Channel 3

We’ve had governors, senators, presidential candidates, athletes and actors come to our television station over the years, and once upon a time, an American president stood on our front steps. … Continue reading

09/26/2014 · Leave a comment

Top UConn Economist Sees Benefits in Ball Park Project

As the city of Hartford continues to move through the process of creating an entirely new neighborhood on a swath of vacant land near downtown, there is now a study … Continue reading

09/26/2014 · 1 Comment

50 Years Ago on Channel 3

On September 26, 1964 people across Connecticut were talking about the release of the Warren Report, the official government study on the assassination of President John Kennedy, made public just … Continue reading

09/26/2014 · Leave a comment

Lembo: Growth Slower than Expected

The economy is one of the top issues in the gubernatorial campaign this year, with Democrats arguing the economy is getting better, Republicans just the opposite. This week on Face … Continue reading

09/26/2014 · Leave a comment

6 Weeks to a Leaner You and Me

I was a skinny kid, who grew into a skinny adult. I didn’t really ever worry about gaining weight until recently. As a working dad of two kids, I found … Continue reading

09/25/2014 · 1 Comment

Would You Let Your Son Play Football?

Many folks are saying the game of football is under seige these days. Stories of concussions have many parents thinking their sons should not play America’s most popular sport. This … Continue reading

09/22/2014 · Leave a comment

Face the State Flashback: Vintage UConn Tailgating

Tailgating at Rentschler Field is a relatively new pastime. Before “the Rent” opened in 2003, Huskies fans watched the football team on campus, at the old Memorial Stadium. Back then, … Continue reading

09/19/2014 · 1 Comment

Building a Neighborhood With Stadium as a Heart

Questions and doubts seem to be turning to cautious enthusiasm for the Downtown North project in Hartford that began with a proposal to build a baseball stadium for the New … Continue reading

09/19/2014 · 13 Comments

Malloy & Foley Set for First Televised Debate

Governor Dannel Malloy and Republican Tom Foley will appear in their first televised debate on Tuesday, September 30th at the University of St. Joseph in West Hartford. To be correct, … Continue reading

09/19/2014 · 22 Comments

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