In the fall of 1992, then First Lady Barbara Bush came to Muzzy Field in Bristol to campaign for her husband. Here’s my report that has been sitting in the WFSB archives […]
Sunday on Face the State we discussed abortion and the possibility of changes in abortion law during the Trump administration. Our guests were Sarah Croucher from NARAL, and Chris O’Brien from Connecticut […]
Here are some images from Channel 3 archives of film of the 1967 inauguration of Governor John Dempsey. Then Secretary of the State Ella Grasso was also sworn in that day, along […]
It’s a new period in American history with big changes ahead. What will the Trump era mean for Connecticut? Sunday on Face the State we were joined by two former state party […]
Here are some shots from some old film in the WFSB archives that show some Hartford businesses and scenes in the 1970s.
In a widely expected move, Trumbull First Selectman Tim Herbst is making the first move toward running for statewide office in 2018. Fresh off filing papers for a exploratory committee, Herbst came […]
As Channel 3 prepares to celebrate its 60th birthday, I’d like to track down some people who were on the television station back in the early years. The pictures below are from […]
These random shots are from the Channel 3 archives. Click a picture to start the slideshow.
The city of Hartford and the state of Connecticut are starting out the new Year with some daunting problems. Hartford is dealing with the specter of bankruptcy, and the state is facing […]
Constitution Plaza opened with great fanfare in the early 1960s, and judging from some old film in the Channel 3 archives, it was the place to be. This new development had shops, […]
These images of downtown Hartford come from old film in the Channel 3 archives show mostly in 1958, and after. It shows the Front Street neighborhood before Constitution Plaza and the neighborhood […]
Check out Gayle King, Pat Sheehan and others in a newscast from the summer of ’87
Originally posted on Dennis House:
“Hi, is Gayle there?” the caller to the Eyewitness newsroom asked me. “I’m sorry, ma’am, could you please take me off speaker, it is difficult to hear…
Jim Morrison and the Doors weren’t around for very long, but their popularity continues to live on long after Morrison’s death in 1971. I first learned about the Doors thanks to an album […]
2017 is a municipal election year, but the gubernatorial election the following year might dominate the political headlines. With the election 22 months away, those with their eye on the state’s highest […]