Alex DeAndrade, 16, of Ledyard stirs a pot of goulash over an open campfire at the 5th Connecticut Regiment, an American Revolution re-enactment group that encamped at the historic Bradley-Hubbell Homestead on a recent Saturday. Photo by Tony Spinelli

Fifth Connecticut Regiment sets up history camp at Bradley-Hubbell Homestead

It was just a simple iron pot of goulash, with chunks of stew beef mixed…


Trail extension creates continuous 18-mile nature trail

A new five-mile trail extension connecting the Saugatuck Trail and Aspetuck Trail will provide hikers,…

Carolyn Ivanoff's talk will be on Sunday, Nov. 2, at the Easton Public Library Community Room, 691 Morehouse Road, from 2 to 4 p.m.

Letters for generations: One family’s Civil War

Join the Historical Society of Easton as it welcomes back guest lecturer, Carolyn Ivanoff, Civil…

Siverman's Farm attracts visitors from the tri-state area and beyond during the fall harvest. Photo by Nancy Doniger

Agritourism in Connecticut: On Behind the News today and archived for future listening

Easton Courier Editor Nancy Doniger will talk about agritourism in Connecticut today on Behind the…

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