Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Abortion and the Governor’s Race

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Abortion and the Governor’s Race

On “Connecticut Today,” host Paul Pacelli broke down a statement from Bob Stefanowski regarding the national controversy on abortion (0:34). Quinnipiac University Law School Professor Tim Ronan weighed in on this week’s guilty verdict in the Richard Dabate murder trial (12:02). Sacred Heart University Department of Government and Politics Chairman Dr. Gary Rose also joined…

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: More Gas Pump Pain

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: More Gas Pump Pain

“Connecticut Today” host Paul Pacelli wondered how high gas prices have to go before people change their driving habits (0:29). Fiona Firine from the group “For Cameron” (forcameron.com) discussed National Fentanyl Awareness Day (9:52). Bridgeport Democratic State Rep. Steve Stafstrom discussed the conclusion of the latest legislative session (21:51). Image Credit: Getty Images

Melissa in the Morning: A Voice for Children

1. April marks child abuse awareness month. We spoke to the Director of Youth & Adult Services at Center for Family Justice to talk about child advocacy and support in CT. ((00:10))2. Three boats capsized in Connecticut waters last weekend. An officer with Bridgeport Police’s Marine Unit gave tips on when to go boating this…

Cooking with Claud: Valentines Cookies

INGREDIENTS:((Makes about 4 dozen cookies))— 1 cup of sugar— 3/4 cup butter; softened— 2 eggs— 1 teaspoon–2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour— 1 teaspoon baking powder Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes

Melissa in the Morning: The Infrastructure Law

Melissa in the Morning: The Infrastructure Law

1. Congressman Himes talked about the new law and what it directly means for CT. ((00:10))2. The most wonderful time of the year could be the most depressing time of the year for some. Counselor, Julius Dudics, shares the signs of depression and how to cope. ((13:25))3. Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti is back after winning…

Things to Know: September 23rd

Things to Know: September 23rd

5 cute Connecticut towns for a perfect fall day CT Post Heavy rain, thunderstorms to hit CT, weather service says CT Post A look behind the scenes at Connecticut’s apple orchards CT Post The top 10 public high schools in CT for 2022, according to Niche CT Post You know it’s fall in Connecticut when……

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: The Election Is Over…Move On.

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: The Election Is Over…Move On.

One Friday’s “Connecticut Today” with Paul Pacelli, Paul wondered why some people still think the 2020 Election was stolen, despite an overall lack of evidence (0:32). Janelle Chiasera, Dean of the School of Health Sciences at Quinnipiac University, talked about why many young people are refusing to get a Covid-19 vaccine (5:46). Image Credit: Getty…

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Covid And The Constitution

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Covid And The Constitution

On Tuesday’s “Connecticut Today” with Paul Pacelli, Paul spoke with Quinnipiac University Law Professor Bill Dunlap on the Constitutional issues raised by recently proposed federal and state Covid-19 vaccine mandates (0:44). Author Adam Kaat stopped by to chat about his new book, “Life on the Grocery Line: A Frontline Experience in a Global Pandemic” (11:39).…

The Guilford Fair

The Guilford Fair is BACK!  Don’t miss The Guilford Fair, Connecticut’s 2nd oldest agricultural fair, September 17, 18 and 19 at The Guilford Fair Grounds. Back and better than ever! Thanks to the support of members and friends, Guilford Agricultural Society members — producers of the Guilford Fair – are in the thick of planning…

Things to Know: August 25th

Things to Know: August 25th

Bear caught on video stealing package from Connecticut porch CT Post Winner comes forward for unclaimed $1.4M Connecticut Lottery jackpot CT Post Here are 5 perfect picnic spots in Connecticut CT Post Pet adoptions going strong in Norwalk ahead of Clear the Shelters campaign The Hour Norwalk’s Porch Jam postponed for second summer due to…