Is Your Pet The Best? Enter The Roundup’s Best Pet Contest

Is your dog the best? Is your cat the best? Whatever pet you have, is it the best? Tell us why, and you could win a $25 Pet Valu Pet Store gift card and a chance to tell everyone what makes your pet so awesome. Here's how The Roundup's Best Pet Contest works: Send us your favorite photo … Continue reading Is Your Pet The Best? Enter The Roundup’s Best Pet Contest

All It Took to Win $100,000 was “22 years, 2 months, 18 days, 12 hours and 28 minutes”

It is often said, inspiration comes in many forms. For Francisco Rios of Hartford, it was an early episode of a 1958 Western television series, Bronco that inspired him to play five particular numbers in the CT Lottery's draw game, Cash5. “(The episode) was about a guy who was buried in a glacier for 22 … Continue reading All It Took to Win $100,000 was “22 years, 2 months, 18 days, 12 hours and 28 minutes”

Lamont Shares Optimistic Vision to Move State Forward

Ned Lamont, endorsed Democratic candidate for governor, bested his primary opponent at a recent gubernatorial debate, pledging to be a champion for all residents while promoting Connecticut values. Lamont was one of two gubernatorial candidates who participated in a Democratic Gubernatorial Primary debate hosted by the Connecticut Association of Realtors in partnership with WTNH News … Continue reading Lamont Shares Optimistic Vision to Move State Forward

Meet People From Bristol’s Past: Ola Dahlgren

Bristol lost a beautiful post office and so many downtown buildings. Images of those long gone buildings flood social media. However, the history of Bristol is also about people, not buildings. Inside those building were people. People who offered services, people who played sports, people who shopped, people who worked in factories and the Bristol barons … Continue reading Meet People From Bristol’s Past: Ola Dahlgren

Being Forgetful Pays Off Big for Local Resident

For most people, being forgetful is a real nuisance. Not true, for John Smedick, Jr. of Torrington. While John faithfully plays his favorite lottery numbers every morning — his wedding date and family birthdays — last Friday, he just couldn’t remember if he bought a ticket that night. To be sure, John went out and … Continue reading Being Forgetful Pays Off Big for Local Resident

Company Ranks Connecticut Among The Least Patriotic States — Total BS

Expressions of American patriotism come in many forms — from setting off fireworks during Fourth of July and buying American-made goods to paying taxes and serving in the armed forces. But some states are better than others at showing their national pride apparently. To determine where Americans bleed the most red, white and blue, WalletHub … Continue reading Company Ranks Connecticut Among The Least Patriotic States — Total BS