Connecticut Yankee site in limbo as conservationists keep up hope

Conservationists have their eye on former Connecticut Yankee property.

'She has touched a lot of lives'

Sister Christine, 90 years old and 70 years in religious life, has touched a lot of lives.

DEEP will tweak stormwater requirements

DEEP modifying stormwater requirements after municipalities complained of prohibitive costs.


Yantic church reaches out to prisoners worldwide

Parishioners at Grace Episcopal Church in Yantic are sending out more than the usual Christmas cards to family and friends this year.

Yale-New Haven Hospital is opening new medical center in Old Saybrook

The Old Saybrook Medical Center, at 633 Old Middlesex Turnpike (Route 154) is being renovated into a "state-of-the-art outpatient facility," according to a news release.

New Awakening: Congregation left legacy building to find solvency

It was not an easy decision for Second Congregational Church to give away its historic church and move to Waterford, but the pastor says it was the right decision.

State police launch operation S.A.N.T.A.

State police announced today that it has launched Operation S.A.N.T.A., its enforcement program for the Christmas and New Year’s holiday season.

Montville game store larceny suspects sought by police

State police and the Montville Resident Trooper's Office are seeking the public's help in identifying two suspects in a larceny last week.

Sterling woman charged with possession of drugs

Sterling - Kaila Burditt, 25, of 1097 Plainfield Pike was charged Monday with possession of narcotics, narcotics outside their original container and five counts of risk of injury to a minor. 




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State's boating laws could be updated in 2015

A legislative delegation moved by the August tubing death of a Greenwich High School honors student wants the General Assembly to take a closer look at Connecticut's boating laws.

Snowy owls expected to return to Connecticut

A conservation group says snowy owls are expected to return to Connecticut and other nearby states in significant numbers this year.

Standardized sentences ease uncertainty for juvenile offenders at training school

The state Department of Children and Families now gives every inmate sent to the Connecticut Juvenile Training School either a six- or 12-month sentence from the day they arrive. The change was made to correct a sentencing system that many felt had...

Grant aims to expand indoor farming in state

Some Connecticut berry farmers may soon be growing their crops in the dead of winter.