Police: Yale student jumps to death after stabbing

Police: Yale student stabs another, jumps to his death from off-campus apartment building

Connecticut panel to hold hearing on transportation needs

Commission to hold public hearing in Hamden to learn about unmet public transportation needs

Bill that would tax some college property awaits Senate vote

Bill requiring Connecticut colleges to pay tax on residential property awaits Senate vote

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Waters in Westerly, Newport reopened to shellfishing

Waters in Newport, Westerly reopened to shellfishing, seasonal closures go into effect

Bill expanding workers comp for first responders approved by Connecticut state Senate

The Senate early Friday approved a bill that would significantly expand the workers compensation system for first responders.

Boston, several suburbs see major population growth

Boston, several suburbs see major population growth according to US Census

Newtown ordered to pay long-term disability to officer

Newtown ordered to pay disability to officer who has not worked since Sandy Hook shooting

Senate passes revamped Connecticut casino bill

Senate passes revamped tribal casino legislation; creates two-step process for possible casino

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Raise the texting fines

Penalties for texting while driving should be as harsh as they are for drunken driving.

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Gone fishing in East Lyme

Linda Wanat of East Lyme takes some time out from her lunch break to dangle her feet in the water and do some fishing in East Lyme's Lake Pattagansett, Tuesday.

Groton taxes could rise more than expected

The Town Council learned Tuesday of an unexpected and sharp decline in revenue that could require a larger tax increase than anticipated to fund the budget for the coming fiscal year.

Preston Parks and Rec Commission prefers euthanizing geese

The Canada geese already have started moving into Preston Community Park – earlier than expected and before town officials have reached a decision on how best to rid the park of the nuisance summer residents.

Williams School student rises to the challenge

Katie Hodgkinson doesn't know where she gets her competitive nature.