Connecticut College devotes a day to soul-searching about racism

Connecticut College canceled classes and held a series of mandatory events Monday after racist graffiti was discovered in a bathroom at the Crozier-Williams student center.

UConn earns eighth straight trip to Final Four

Finally, someone punched back. Finally. After the conga line of corpses the UConn women see nightly, the Huskies encountered Dayton, a team Geno Auriemma would call "one of the best teams we've played in the last five years."

Malloy signs executive order barring state-funded travel to Indiana

Connecticut governor to sign order barring state-funded travel to Indiana, citing new law

North Stonington first selectman hails congressional review of federal recognition process

North Stonington First Selectman Nicholas Mullane II says a congressional review of the federal recognition of Indian tribes is long overdue.

Causes issued on string of New London fires

A fire Sunday that displaced 13 people from 62 Jay St. remains under investigation while the city’s acting fire marshal on Monday released findings from investigation into some in a string of fires over the past two weeks.

Jurors to focus on issue of intent in Norwich stray-bullet murder trial

Lawyers for the state and accused murderer David J. Grant focused on the issue of intent Monday as they delivered closing arguments at Grant's trial in New London Superior Court.

Waterford residents share concerns about state budget cuts with legislators

Residents who attended a town meeting held Monday at Town Hall by State Sen. Paul Formica, R-East Lyme, and State Rep. Kathleen McCarty, R-Waterford, expressed concerns about planned cuts to social services and library programs in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed 2015-16 state budget.


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Land preservation ruling could set powerful precedent

If land-use restrictions intended to keep properties in their natural state are to be effective they must be enforced.

Coast Guard needs funding to update aging fleet

After years of demonstrating the ability to do more with less, the Coast Guard is reaching the point where the ability to carry out its mission is in danger.

Intolerance marches on as states seek to block gains in gay rights

Under the guise of religious liberty, numerous states are enacting laws that would allow discrimination against homosexual and perhaps other groups as well.

Working together to preserve Connecticut's endangered wildlife

Endangered creatures threatened by development and protected by woodlands don't know distinguish town boundaries and neither should the policies to protect them.



Dayton looks a lot like a team we've seen before

It was 1991. Gampel Pavilion was still pristine. Rebecca Lobo was in high school. Stump Merrill was...

There goes Sen. Formica, down Ritter's Seaside hole in Waterford

Sen. Paul Formica seems clueless about what's been going on at Seaside.

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