Author Ken Keeley talks about his new book, “A Pictorial Journal of Ocean Beach Park,” recalling the New London beach’s early days as a fun spot for...
Keith talks baseball with Rob Bono, head coach of the Mystic Schooners in the New England Collegiate Baseball League.
Put down your cell phone! Stay until the end of the show! And stop talking! Rick went to see Kendrick Lamar recently, and can't understand how millennials behave at...
Case Unsolved: The Murder of William Spicer, Episode 2
Spicer was a businessman, landowner and member of one of Groton's oldest families.
William Spicer Jr, 82, was found stabbed to death in March of 1995 on his Christmas Tree farm in Groton.
A collection of links and photos related to the Desiree Michaud story.
Joe Zone of WFSB 3 explains how the Travelers Championship in Cromwell has become a favorite tournament for PGA golfers, fans and media.
Rick went to review Slayer's show at Mohegan Sun Arena, part of their Farewell Tour, and it was so loud, he had to improvise a pair of earplugs.
This week we discuss the state's investment at State Pier, we hear the latest on ticks and tick-borne pathogens, and we get a recap of last week's Coast Guard Academy graduation.
Johnny Burns talks about taking over as head football coach at his alma mater, New London High School. Also, Casey O'Neill talks about WWE moving to Fox.
Tom Callinan of Norwich, the first official state troubadour, takes us on a musical journey through two centuries of American history, including songs about the first submarine built in Connecticut and a famed dog from WWI.
Rick calls Peter at 6:30 Saturday morning to make sure he doesn't miss the Royal Wedding.
Rick reacts to some news about his favorite musicians – Neil Finn of Crowded House joins Fleetwood Mac, and The Moody Blues are inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. And what do you think about the new Childish Gambino video for...
A debate over recently announced state incentive package for Electric Boat and we visit a pair of pet geese
Editorial page editor Paul Choiniere and columnist David Collins to discuss Governor Malloy's recently announced economic incentive package for Electric Boat. Reporter Martha Shanahan got a chance to visit with a pair of pet geese in Waterford who...
Are you fed up with modern baseball stats like launch angle and exit velocity? Tim Burrows, co-owner of Power In Training, talks about the importance of these stats, and whether travel baseball is a bad for young athletes.
Keith talks with Providence College men's basketball head coach Ed Cooley about the Friars' run in the Big East tournament and his thoughts on the NBA playoffs.
We take a look at the timeline of events at Montville High School that led to the arrest of a substitute teacher and charges being filed against three adminstrators. And we look at how hospitals help terminally-ill patients celebrate life
Keith talks with a pair of state champions from Waterford High School: UConn-bound pitcher Michael Burrows and Southern New Hampshire-bound point guard Mikey Buscetto.
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