Regional Council of Governments to hold workshop as it updates regional plan

The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments is holding a workshop to hear residents’ thoughts on the future of Southeastern Connecticut, as the public agency plans to update its long-range strategy for conservation and development in...

East Lyme rain delay

Judy Deeb, right, the head coach of the East Lyme High School softball team, begins to sweep the water away from the home plate area after a heavy downpour during a softball state tournament at Veterans Memorial Field, in East Lyme, Monday.

Stormwise site in Voluntown will show how to better manage roadside forests

The state’s Stormwise project, created in response to widespread outages after severe storms in 2011, has identified property in the Pachaug State Forest as the demonstration site for New London County of a storm-resilient, healthy roadside...


Old Lyme plans informational meeting on status of Sound View improvement project

Old Lyme is working on compiling costs and plans to hold a public information meeting later this month on its plans to improve the Sound View Beach area.

Old Lyme to discuss what to do following residents' vote against WPCA appropriation

The boards of selectmen and finance are expected to discuss later this month what to do after residents' rejected an appropriation to complete a wastewater management study for the town's shoreline area.

Municipal meetings for the week of June 1

Municipal meetings for week of June 1.

Man charged with passing bogus bills at Mohegan Sun

Tribal police on Saturday arrested a Waterbury man on charges he passed 41 counterfeit bills over a two-week period at Mohegan Sun.

Montville police hand out 218 citations in 2-week period

Montville police, in conjunction with the Montville Resident Trooper’s Office, cited 109 people for motor vehicle violations and another 81 for seat belt violations.

2 Old Lyme police officers injured during weekend arrest

A Torrington man was arrested early Sunday after state police said he attacked two Old Lyme police officers who were attempting to arrest him.


Judge dismisses gamblers' $3M lawsuit against Foxwoods

Connecticut judge dismisses gamblers' $3M lawsuit against Foxwoods over card-monitoring scheme

Proposed state budget diverts most new transportation dollars

While the tentative state budget deal technically dedicates $436 million in sales tax receipts over the next two years to stabilize transportation finances and back a major infrastructure overhaul, that same spending plan effectively diverts more...

West Hartford police lieutenant made more than $285,000

West Hartford police records show lieutenant earned more than $285,000 last year

Last-minute budget changes made amid corporate concerns

Last-minute changes to Democratic budget discussed after Connecticut companies voice concern