A Connecticut man is selling a very rare custom Cadillac. It’s a 1959 festooned with giant fins, one of only eight made that year. It was modified for a resort in Colorado […]
Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim was our guest this weekend on Face the State talking about everything from the Malloy budget to President Trump to sanctuary cities to a run for governor. We […]
Here are some shots from some old film in the WFSB archives that show some Hartford businesses and scenes in the 1970s.
These random shots are from the Channel 3 archives. Click a picture to start the slideshow.
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 […]
“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 you,” I responded. Truth is,…
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 […]
When your brother-in-law offers you his Manhattan apartment over Christmas break, you say “yes.”
I stopped in to see my buddy Ihor Stelmach at Parade of Novelties at the Westfarms Mall recently and was thrilled to see some hot new Whalers stuff on display. Wonder if […]
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton is hoping the third time is a charm. He’s exploring a run for governor, after a failed run in 2014 and a brief flirtation with a run in […]
Every December 7th we are told to “remember Pearl Harbor,” but for most of us it is a time to learn about Pearl Harbor because the number of people who remember the “day that will live in…
A tropical wedding? Sounds good! Kara, the kids and I headed to South America for a wedding. Armed with insect repellent to ward off mosquitoes that might be carrying the Zika virus, […]
It’s that time of year for turkey, football, family, and a song, that many of us think we know. It starts with “Over the river.” I learned the proper verbiage for this tune…
On November 22, 1963 WFSB went by the call letters WTIC, and we were a radio and television organization. In the newsroom at Broadcast House, a phone call alerted staff the president…
We hit up the Connecticut Auto Show at the Connecticut Convention Center at Adriaen’s Landing this weekend. Even though we are not in the market for a car, my kids love checking […]
It’s not even Thanksgiving but a treasured Connecticut tourist attraction is already in the Christmas spirit. The North Pole Express is up and running at the Essex Steam Train. Kara and I […]
The Channel 3 Eyewitness News team invites you to join us for election night 2016. Denise D’Ascenzo and I will be anchoring our coverage of WFSB and Kara Sundlun and Mark Zinni […]
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The Houses are ready for another Halloween! Have fun trick-or-treating!