Believing that democracy is not a spectator sport, the League of Women Voters of Southeastern Connecticut is sponsoring an essay contest on “Why Young People Should Vote in Local Elections.”
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has put forward Lt. Col. Sean Connolly of Hebron as his choice to succeed Linda Schwartz as the state's Veterans Affairs commissioner. Connolly must first, however, be confirmed by the General Assembly.
The consultants advising Groton on new school construction outlined a new option Thursday: Demolish Carl C. Cutler and West Side middle schools and build new elementary schools on those sites.
In an effort to build consensus and community support for a new school building plan, town and school officials on Thursday discussed the priorities that should be included in an eventual plan.
The Charter Revision Commission voted Thursday to retain the current $800,000 city bonding limit without needing a referendum and also will consider extending that limit to leases and lease purchases – a move aimed at preventing the City...
First Selectman George Crouse said Thursday that there is not enough information yet to say how proposed electronic border tolls on Interstate 95 here would impact the town.
Police seized crack cocaine and other drugs from a New London home on Friday and arrested three people as part of a drug trafficking investigation.
Lt. J. Paul Vance, the longtime spokesman for the Connecticut State Police, is being reassigned as a supervisor in the department's traffic division.
Ledyard — Police Sgt. Kenneth Creutz was promoted to lieutenant during a swearing-in ceremony held Wednesday night at Town Hall.