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I-95: Deadly, Overcrowded

Drivers, Survivors, Solutions

Most Stonington high students opted out of new assessment exam

More than 7 out of 10 Stonington High School juniors this past May opted out of taking the new Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium tests, which were being used for the first time to officially measure student achievement.

A walk in the park

People enjoy a cool breeze off of Long Island Sound as they wander the gardens at Harkness Memorial State Park on a hot a hazy day, Tuesday.

Blumenthal calls for national freight policy

One day after the state received nearly $8.2 million in promised federal funding to upgrade tracks on the New England Central Rail line running north from New London, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal said Tuesday the United States is in need of a national freight policy.

School bus problems in Norwich getting attention

The typical school bus issues that occur at the start of a school year – late buses, confused students and new drivers, deliveries to the wrong school – have been compounded in Norwich this year by major changes to the school system and bus routes.

Tribal spokesman elected to Mohegan council

Three incumbents, one newcomer win seats on nine-member council that oversees tribal government as well as Mohegans' gaming and nongaming enterprises.

Stonington police double drunken driving arrests

So far this year, the police department has almost doubled the number of drunken driving arrests that it has made compared with the same time period in 2014.

Watch Hill firefighters extinguish 'suspicious' boat fire

Fire and police officials are investigating a suspicious boat fire that happened early this morning on Napatree Point.

State police arrest three, seize large number of marijuana plants in Lyme

State police said they confiscated more than 100 marijuana plants from a home in Lyme on Monday and arrested three people on cultivation charges.

Correction officer sentenced to 90 days for sex with inmate at Niantic prison

Correction officer Jeff Bromley, one of three prison employees charged with having sexual contact with a female inmate at the Janet S. York Correctional Institution, began a 90-day prison sentence this morning after pleading no contest to a reduced...


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Exploring solutions to the I-95 problem

It is perhaps worse than we thought.

New test scores a needed reality check for Connecticut

The new test scores suggest expectations for our students were being set too low.

Next for Sound View? Restrooms, please

Welcomed improvements are anticipated for the Old Lyme beach community, but giving people a place to go, so to speak, is also needed.

Limiting gun access

Every conflict, from the mundane to the serious — not just domestic disputes and robberies, but traffic altercations and bar fights — is more deadly in the U.S. because of the presence...



Will El Nino bring on a strong Blumenthal challenger?

Winter winds will start to blow in a lot of changes soon.

Villanova's defense is coached by one of our own: Billy Crocker

Billy Crocker will be awash in stunts and Cover Twos later this week, barking into his headset high...

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Looking Back: New London County: Vol. I - The 1860s - 1930s

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