Malloy could struggle to find cuts

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy faces plenty of critics who argue he can’t balance the next state budget without breaking his campaign pledge not to raise taxes.

Amistad receiver says funds are enough to keep schooner safe until summer

The receiver for Amistad America's finances told a Superior Court judge in Hartford Monday morning that she has enough money to continue to operate the ship through the end of the next session of the General Assembly next summer.

UConn law professor charged in prostitution sting

Southington (AP) — A University of Connecticut law professor was among six men arrested on charges of patronizing a prostitute.

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State updating its 'honeycomb' of taxes

A panel of accountants, former state legislators and experts in tax law, economics and finances has taken on the daunting task of reviewing Connecticut’s tax structure to come up with ways to modernize the system with an eye toward making it more...

Bipartisan support develops for state election changes

Bipartisan support develops for election changes

Student doing battle with invasive species in Greenwich forestland

Student does battle in Greenwich with ‘invasives’

Folk singer Peter Yarrow to join Newtown children in concert

Folk singer Peter Yarrow and groups including one comprised of children from Newtown plan to perform a music and spoken work concert to support the Sandy Hook Promise organization.

GOV. MALLOY, STATE'S FIRST LADY WILL HOST ANNUAL HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE AT GOVERNOR'S MANSION

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and First Lady Cathy Malloy are inviting Connecticut residents to attend the annual holiday open house of the Governor’s Residence, located at 990 Prospect Avenue in Hartford.

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Malloy could become the parks governor

Gov. Dan Malloy could create a legacy with a vibrant new park system in eastern Connecticut.

Does Thanksgiving mark the Pequot massacre in Mystic?

Some research points to a connection between the Pequot massacre in Mystic and Thanksgiving.

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UPDATED: I-95 South in Waterford congested because of fire

Waterford – Interstate 95 South remains congested in the area of exits 81 and 80 following a truck fire that closed the highway for about an hour.

'The Colonel' retires from NLPD

Capt. Steven Crowley started work with the New London police department when walking beats were the norm, portable radios were not a given and nearly all of his fellow officers were homegrown.

Police arrest man in Ledyard evading car accident

Ledyard — Police arrested a Groton man who they said struck an utility pole Sunday night on Route 214 between Stevens Avenue and Highview Terrace and then fled the scene.

Water main break reported in Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook - A water main at the intersection of Maple Avenue and Main Street is expected to disrupt water service in the area for at least 12 hours.

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Program to let New London magnet school students earn associate degree

The Science and Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connecticut in New London will launch a new program next fall that will allow students to simultaneously earn both a high school diploma and an associate degree in advanced manufacturing.

Sentinels, past and present

A U.S. Coast Guard 45-foot Response Boat - Medium motors past the shining beacon of New London Harbor Light on Monday.

Good as Gold Star Memorial Bridge

A view from under the Gold Star Memorial Bridge taken at 6:14 p.m. Monday from the Thames River State Boat Launch in New London. The southbound span is to the left, northbound is center and the Amtrak Bridge is to the right.

Preston family buys back land it sold to Mashantuckets, at a big profit

The Mattern family, which sold a large tract of Preston farmland to the Mashantucket Pequot tribe eight years ago for nearly $3 million, has bought the land back for $625,000.