Fitch high school Ultimate Frisbee Club plays in Groton


Members of the Fitch high school Ultimate Frisbee Club play the game on the youth football field at Poquonnock Plains Park in Groton, Monday.

Norwich City Council increases school budget; rejects city budget cuts

In a series of split votes on Monday, the City Council agreed with Mayor Deberey Hinchey’s proposal to increase the school budget by nearly $1.7 million, but aldermen rejected her plan to cut police replacement overtime costs and a fire clerk...

Committee close to finalizing design for Ledyard Town Center

Ledyard Town Center Committee members Monday night essentially settled on a concept design for improvements to be funded with a $500,000 state grant.

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Kids Karnival this weekend benefits sailors and their families

The Kids Karnival, a U.S. Navy Morale Welfare and Recreation Subase Youth Center community event that is open to the public, and continues Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the center in Groton.

Municipal meetings for the week of May 3

Municipal meetings for the week of May 3

Video: Morris Men step lively into May

The Westerly Morris Men dance for the May Day sunrise on Tempel Green at Connecticut College in New London Friday. The dancers have greeted the May Day sunrise on the college green for 41 years straight.

Search for missing kayaker in Norwich suspended at dusk Monday

A search for a missing Kayaker in Norwich was suspended at dusk on Monday and is expected to continue today.

820 bags of heroin seized from New London home

New London — State and New London police found more than 800 bags of heroin Sunday in a New London apartment when they attempted to locate a man who had a warrant out for his arrest.

Man pleads guilty to New London home invasion after jury assembles for trial

Juan Cruz, who was scheduled to go on trial Monday for robbing and assaulting a man with his twin brother and two others, pleaded guilty in Superior Court as the jury was assembling for his trial.

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Mayor Finizio's bitter tax medicine

In New London, the race for mayor is turning on the rate of tax increase.

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Fire officials say Connecticut state troopers saved sleeping man from fire

Fire officials say state troopers saved sleeping man from burning house

Windsor out, other towns pondering possibility of hosting Foxwoods, Sun satellite

Proposed satellite tribal casino prompts action from affected Connecticut towns, competitors

One in six species could be wiped out by climate change, study author from UConn says

About one in six species now alive on the planet could become extinct as a result of climate change, according to a study published in Friday’s edition of the journal Science.

Head of business group slams proposed tax, spending package

Head of state's largest business group says tax, spending plan would 'devastate' economy

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