I write this week to share with you the whole truth about food. I can’t do that in the less than 800 words of one column. I am doing it across the 738 pages (yes, really) of my new book — aptly called “The Truth about Food.” I hasten to note I am unconflicted here; all proceeds from the book…

Former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will participate in live events with audiences across North America, and one of the stops on the tour will be the Toyota Oakdale Theatre.

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KeyBank announced that LaKisha Jordan, Corporate Responsibility Officer for its Connecticut and Western Massachusetts markets, has been named as one of the “100 Most Influential Blacks in Connecticut” for 2018 by the State Conference of NAACP Branches. The designation is presented to black m…

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NEW HAVEN — The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at the Yale University School of Medicine and FabOverFifty.com, a lifestyle website, will inaugurate a One-Day Medical School on Oct. 25 to educate women about the critical health issues they'll be facing during t…

For the fifth consecutive year, Hamden’s David “Coach” Koch has ranked among the top ten in the country in fundraising through the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) “Lights of Hope” program. The annual “Lights of Hope” ceremony features more than 25,000 lighted bags whi…

NEW HAVEN — Standing on the New Haven Green Monday, where almost two months earlier dozens of people were rushed to the hospital after overdosing on K2, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said a recent legislative package passed by the legislature can prevent it from ever happening again.

Fire Chief David Berardesca will officially step away from the community Friday, Oct. 12, according to a joint announcement issued with Mayor Curt B. Leng Tuesday after the town wound its way through determining his status.

The Police Department is joining counterparts across the country this month in raising public awareness and funds for the campaign to fight breast cancer, a police press release said.

Many of us talk about doing something to help the environment — the health, habitats and creatures populating the world around us — but at least one special Wallingford student is taking action.

Fall is the time of year when life seems to get hectic and what to prepare for dinner quite often becomes an afterthought. Some remedy the situation with fast food, takeout, or purchasing mass-produced frozen dinners at the supermarket, some of which contain all kinds of preservatives. Subsc…

In a music industry where streaming is king, one tried-and-true format is making a resounding and timely comeback. According to the Record Industry Association of America's mid-year report, vinyl record revenue has grown 12.6% from the first half of 2017, while CD's have drastically fallen b…

Everyone talks about the courage, value and commitment of so-called first responders, but not everyone realizes how simple it is to join the local ranks of these veritable heroes.

As a parent of high school students, Dr. Christopher Iannuzzi knows e-cigarettes are a serious problem among teens.

Cancers linked to the human papillomavirus, or HPV, rose dramatically in a 15-year period, even as the rates of young people being vaccinated climbed, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported.

NEW HAVEN — Keeping health care available and affordable for everyone — and expanding the number of people covered — needs to remain a top priority as the administration of President Donald Trump attempts to overturn it, including an attempt to have the Affordable Care Act declared unconstit…

ORANGE — The International 600 Highboy corn sprayer pulled onto the town’s fairgrounds this week, amidst the bustle of carnival rides being set up, a reptile tent being outfitted and preparation for dozens of other events at the Orange Country Fair, coming Friday through Sunday.

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The opening of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart preschool, daycare and kindergarten was celebrated Thursday morning, Sept. 6, as a new era began in the decades-long history of the institution.