MAKE A DIFFERENCE: The Arc of New London County

Anna is a 35-year-old woman with intellectual and developmental disabilities and diabetes.

Conn., Mass., and R.I. Audubon societies to share climate change grant

The Connecticut Audubon Society, along with Massachusetts Audubon and the Audubon Society of Rhode Island, have been awarded a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to collaborate on an education initiative called Building Climate Action...


Terra Firma Farm raises funds to open dairy

The community and educational farm located in Stonington and North Stonington has exceeded the goal of its Kickstarter campaign, guaranteeing that the almost $48,000 it needs to complete work on the milking parlor and to acquire six more heifers...

Fire damages New London apartment

Firefighters were called to Eagle Pointe Apartment Homes Friday morning and extinguised a stove fire quickly.

Christ Lutheran Church part of 'Operation Christmas Child'

Christ Lutheran Church in Niantic is one of more than 4,000 drop-off sites during the national collection week for Operation Christmas Child, a worldwide ministry of Samaritan's Purse.

State police gear up for busy Thanksgiving highways

With tens of thousands of travelers driving through Connecticut during the Thanksgiving weekend, State Police are ramping up their plans to keep highways safe for all during the holiday rush.

Woman dies in one-car Westerly crash

A one-car accident at 336 Boston Post Road killed a 64-year-old woman Monday when the vehicle veered off the roadway, crashed into a stone wall and rolled over.

Rabid skunk found in Waterford

A skunk found in Waterford on Monday tested positive for rabies, according to a news release from the Ledge Light Health District.



How many troopers does it take to arrest a masseuse?

An investigation of a Salem spa took months to complete.


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Police say Meriden man tortured, waterboarded his girlfriend

Police: Connecticut man tortured, waterboarded his girlfriend in his home

Lawmakers eyeing second week of December for budget session

Connecticut lawmakers eyeing 2nd week in December for budget session, say progress made

Ex-UConn Student Gatti Applies For Accelerated Rehabilitation In Mac 'n' Cheese Case

The former University of Connecticut student who was charged with breach of peace after an alleged tirade over bacon jalapeño macaroni and cheese at the university's student union has applied for accelerated rehabilitation.

Connecticut governor wants guns denied to terror watch list

Connecticut governor wants guns denied to those on terror watch list; sends letter to leaders