It provides detailed and updated information on movies, music, dining, nightlife, events and variety of other things to do across Connecticut.
The Journal Inquirer is published afternoons Monday through Friday and Saturday mornings in Manchester, Conn., and serves 17 towns in the north-central part of the state, including Andover, Bolton, Coventry, East Hartford, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Hebron, Manchester, Somers, South Windsor, Stafford, Suffield, Tolland, Vernon, Windsor and Windsor Locks.
The Hartford Courant, the country's oldest newspaper in continuous publication. It was started as a weekly paper in 1764 and today is published daily.
Family owned and operated since 1949, Reminder Community News is now Connecticut's largest weekly newspaper. Our papers reach 62 towns across central and eastern Connecticut, with a total circulation of more than 230,000 homes and businesses.
The Reminder is a reader friendly, easy to use, magazine style publication. We publish local community news, features and photos in 16 separate local editions. Our papers carry thousands of display and classified ads every week, because people in the communities we serve know that our papers work.
WTNH went on the air June 15, 1948 as WNHC-TV Channel 6. It was the first television station in all of Southern New England. It was the first TV service for Hartford, Springfield, the Hamptons and Eastern Long Island. WNHC-TV moved to Channel 8 on January 1, 1954. The call letters became WTNH in 1971.
Fox 61, WTIC-TV Home of Fox 61 News at Ten Connecticut's Prime News and major events including The NFC Championship, Daytona 500, MLB World Series, UConn Basketball, American Idol, House, 24, The Simpsons and Family Guy.
WDRC-AM 1360 is Connecticut's First radio station, proudly serving Hartford and surrounding communities since 1922. WDRC-FM 102.9 is Connecticut's first FM station, beginning commercial operations in 1941.
WTIC NewsTalk 1080, Connecticut's News Leader and home of the UConn Huskies and Boston Red Sox baseball.