Peak performance in New London

James Wheat, a member of the Solar City installation crew based in Rocky Hill, Conn., installs solar panel supports on a home on Connecticut Avenue in New London, Monday.

Southeastern Connecticut tribes receive historic preservation grants

Connecticut's two federally recognized Indian tribes have received more than $100,000 in historic preservation grants from the National Park Service.

Norwich Charter Commission approves changes for NPU

Officials at Norwich Public Utilities told the City Council Monday that the city-owned utility supports several proposed charter changes that could expand NPU’s boundaries, borrowing ability and contract terms. The Charter Revision Commission...


Groton taxpayers speak out at budget public hearing

Groton residents addressed the proposed $128.47 million budget during a public hearing on Monday night.

North Stonington committee approves emergency services building layout

After a years-long process, the North Stonington Emergency Services Building Committee Monday night unanimously approved a final layout plan for the new metal building to sit at 25 Rocky Hollow Road.

Norwich Historical Society presents lecture on Lafayette Foster

The Norwich Historical Society will host a lecture and presentation April 7 on Lafayette S. Foster, the Civil War era U.S. Senator from Norwich who served as acting vice president after President Lincoln’s assassination.

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.

New London, Norwich police departments hiring new police officers

The Norwich and New London police departments this week are each swearing in two new police recruits who will start classes Thursday at the state’s police academy.

Griswold man drags undercover trooper with car in attempt to avoid arrest

A Griswold man who was about to get arrested Thursday on a narcotics violation at his Norman Road residence injured a trooper with his vehicle as he attempted to flee the scene, police said.



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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Connecticut, rest of New England expect a flood of claims after record winter

After record New England winter, region expects a flood _ of insurance claims

Connecticut seeks to step up sewage removal from boats in Long Island Sound

Connecticut aims to remove 1 million gallons of sewage from boats on Long Island Sound