A self-employed painter, known to police for being combative and carrying knives, was arraigned Monday in New London Superior Court on charges that he fatally stabbed a homeless man who was staying with him after the two argued about rent.
First responders handled two shooting incidents and a stabbing in a span of three days, leaving some wondering what’s going on in the city.
Nearly 15,000 new customers have signed up with Access Health CT, according to statistics from the marketplace's website.
The building that housed Waterford's former Poor Richard's restaurant was demolished Monday to make way for a new office building.
A group of residents that includes three former town councilors has begun a petition drive to get the recently rejected Charter Revision Commission report on the ballot for the Nov. 6, 2018, election.
An East Lyme couple is formulating a plan to return a city-owned former day school into a cutting-edge music school.
The Norwich Ethics Commission closed out its busiest year Monday, reviewing and ultimately dismissing three new complaints, and bringing the total number of cases — both complaints and requests for advisory opinions — to 17 for the year.
A motion for a class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of U.S. airmen who allege they suffer from health issues as a result of cleaning up one of the biggest nuclear accidents in history.