Twenty six disabled veterans with permanent disabilities, visual impairments or PTSD were matched with volunteer anglers (through CT Bass Nation) to enjoy a day of friendly and fun fishing competition today on the Connecticut River starting at Riverside Park in Hartford, Connecticut. Here, members of the fishing flotilla give their respect while the national anthem plays. This […]
Pause for rememberence
It’s just another day at work
(9-13-16) Hartford, Ct. – Before fishing starts in the Annual Gaylord Hospital SAVES (Sports Association Veterans Events Series) Tournament of Champions Fishing Tournament several get a little casting practice in as the sun was rising above the horizon.
Several construction cars of a freight train caught fire next to the Hartford Courant building at 250 Broad St in Hartford on August 26, 2016.
(7-23-16) Sunflower Peepers get a view of the flowers on a “flower ride” at Buttonwood Farms in Griswold, Connecticut.
7-20-16 Firefighters stand at attention with respect at the funeral of East Granby Fire Chief’s funeral in Windsor, Ct.
(7-18-16) Here is another shot of the Southwest Ledge Lighthouse with a tugboat going past it from New Haven Harbor. A beautiful view from Lighthouse Point Park in New Haven!
(7-8-16) Superheros and Comic book characters invaded Hartford for the past several days as ConnectiCon was held at the Connecticut Convention Center.
Glastonbury Fire Department had a special event for the media to show them how to react when a person seeing a child locked in a car that is heating rapidly in the summers heat. Where and how to break windows in the vehicle was shown, along with a demonstration with a live person in a vehicle […]
(6-21-16) After the ceremonies of the 100th Anniversary of the Naval Submarine Base Groton I took a quick trip through New London. I was rewarded with a second sighting of a submarine in the Thames River being led into Electric Boat Shipworks. Quite a sight, including the very heavy military presence as it was backed […]
(6-18-16) The city of New Britain held its annual Rose Festival in Walnut Hill Park Saturday night attracting hundreds. Perfect weather conditions provided spectators a wonderful colorful music filled evening among the beautiful roses.
(6-15-16) The Hartford Police Department and the Connecticut Children’s Hospital have teamed up in a program called “The Toughest Beat”. Uniformed police officers will visit children in and outside the hospital showing off their equipment, offer encouraging words, and give out small gifts to help them in their recovery from “The Toughest Beat”.
(6-13-16) The body of a man missing in the waters of Long Island Sound was recovered shortly after noon Monday. He is the second person to die in the boating accident that started at the Hammonasset Beach State Park, Madison. A search was launched after three other people that had been with the man turned […]
(6-9-16) State and Hartford Police swarmed the A I Price Tech School this morning after a reported student had a gun in their backpack through social media.\ One student was arrested.
(6-6-16) A bird’s eye view of the New London Harbor during lunch time.
(5-27-16) Here is a image of the Submarine Nautilus during a ceremony held today on it’s dock where 20 people become U.S. Citizens at the Submarine Force Museum, home of the Nautilus.
(5-25-16) Firefighters make their way across a field after a major fire in town destroyed a vacant mansion on Castle Hill Road. The home was formerly owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport, but changed hands in 2013 as the church sold off some real estate holdings to fund the settlement of priest sexual […]
(5-13-16) While making my way around the loop at Walnut Hill Park I noticed several new benches placed along the way. Yet another wonderful improvement to New Britain and all of its residents!