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New London to question Carter further

Premium Content Before the Board of Education meets Thursday night to vote on a contract for Terrence P. Carter, its unanimous selection as the city’s next superintendent of schools, it will hold a closed-door...

Beachcombers at work on Old Lyme shore

Premium Content Teri Barry and her children Liam, 6, and Sarah, 9, make their way along the beach Monday at Griswold Point in Old Lyme looking for horseshoe crab shells.

Summer jobs program a boon to region's youth

Premium Content The Eastern Connecticut Workforce Investment Board has expanded its Summer Youth Employment Program, putting 400 young people in part-time jobs for the next several weeks.

Stonington couple upset that neighborhood going to the dogs

Premium Content A dispute over the unofficial dog park at the borough sewer plant escalated Sunday as police say the owner of an adjacent home displayed a stun device while ordering two children to get their dog off...


Coast Guard photo op

Premium Content Two Coast Guard Academy cadets snap photos during an exercise Monday as rescue swimmer AST2 Mike Linehan jumps from an H-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Air Station Cape Cod into the Thames River off...

Waterford's capital improvements focus shifts to municipal complex

Premium Content The Municipal Complex Improvements Building Committee voted unanimously Monday to begin pursuing $9 million in funding for improvements to the complex.

Proposed ice rink lease awaits public hearing Aug. 4

Premium Content The City Council has scheduled a public hearing for Aug. 4 on the proposed lease between the city and the Wonderland of Ice Associates to take over the Norwich rink.

Recent fighting in Persian Gulf, Iraq, Afghanistan prompts new granite monument for Groton park

Premium Content Workers used a crane to install a new granite monument Monday at Groton Veteran’s Memorial Park to recognize veterans who have served in conflicts or wars in the Persian Gulf, Iraq and...

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Fire destroys Stonington home

Firefighters from around Stonington battle a large house fire at 15 Collins Road Thursday July 17, 2014.

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Malloy says school massacre stays with him every day

Hartford (AP) - More than 18 months after a gunman killed 20 children and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Sunday he thinks of the massacre five or...


General Dynamics, Pratt & Whitney cheered by jump in private jet sales

Hartford - Private jet sales are rising again, climbing out of a deep recession when the company plane was an easy target for spending cuts.


Christie headed to Connecticut for campaign events

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is continuing his summer fundraising blitz with a trip to Connecticut.



Drum and bugle show at New London High

Premium Content Members of the Racine Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps perform their 2014 show in an exhibition with The 7th Regiment Drum & Bugle Corps and Les Stentors on Sunday at New London High School.

ABC puts focus on diversity in programming

ABC is taking a bold step this fall to diversify prime-time television by prominently showcasing African-Americans, Latinos and other minorities on a scale never before seen on a major American...

In Minneapolis, beer by the ounce at the ballpark

In a first for Major League Baseball stadiums, Target Field has rolled out self-serve beer machines that let fans decide exactly how big - or small - a brew they want.

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Premium Content Police logs - July 22

Herman E. Smith III, 37, of 50 George Ave., Apt. 1, Groton, was charged Sunday with possession of...

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Herman E. Smith III, 37, of 50 George Ave., Apt. 1, Groton, was charged Sunday with possession of...

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Blaine R. Booeraem, 35, of 57 Potash Hill Road, Baltic, was charged Friday with possession of...

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Premium Content New London police ID victim in fatal motorcycle crash

Police have identified the motorcyclist who died in a crash on Bank Street Saturday as 51-year-old...

Premium Content Two displaced in Norwich fire

City firefighters Sunday night quickly extinguished an apartment fire at 2 East Baltic St. that...

Premium Content Norwich police rescue man from Shetucket River

Norwich police Sunday rescued a man in distress who was struggling to get out of the Shetucket...


Premium Content Holmes sentenced to 54 years for Norwich murder

New London Superior Court Judge Barbara Bailey Jongbloed sentenced 27-year-old Daquan R. Holmes to...

Premium Content Old Lyme man charged with possession of child porn

A 20-year-old Old Lyme man who admitted to investigators that he was “obsessed” with...

Premium Content Man pleads guilty in Norwich shaken baby case

Twenty-three-year-old Michael Rios pleaded guilty Thursday to shaking to death the 13-month-old...

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