Seeking shelter

William Matias, left, and Jose Rosario, both employees of Yard Group, a landscaping company responsible for clearing the sidewalks in front of Union Station in New London, seek shelter in the foyer of the Greyhound station between rounds of clearing...

New London case challenges state election law

A Superior Court judge, in a preliminary ruling on Monday, rejected a motion to dismiss a case that challenges the constitutionality of state election law and could lead to a primary election for Democrats in the city’s second voting district.

Strawberry Park appeals new Preston campground regulations

The owners of the Strawberry Park campground have filed suit against the Planning and Zoning Commission challenging new amendments to zoning regulations governing recreational campgrounds.


More than 116,000 state residents sign up for health care in new enrollment period

More than 116,000 consumers purchased health care coverage through Access Health CT during the 2016 Open Enrollment Period, the quasi-public agency that runs the state's online health insurance exchange announced Monday.

Courtney, Blumenthal, Murphy urge FRA to work with local communities

Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, and Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy, D-Conn., are urging the Federal Railroad Administration to create "a sense of open communication" with municipalities that could be affected by an alternative in the...

A Green Mass will be celebrated at Saint Patrick's Cathedral

The second annual Green Mass will take place at 10:30 a.m. March 6 at Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Norwich.

Car crashes into house in Stonington Borough

A woman was taken to the hospital Sunday morning after police and fire officials say she crashed into a parked car and then a stone house adjacent to St. Mary Church in the borough.

Fire displaces North Stonington family

A chimney fire in a Norwich-Westerly Road home Wednesday night displaced four people and caused moderate damage to the home, a fire official said Thursday.

Task force arrests Norwich man on heroin, crack charges

An investigation into heroin sales in southeastern Connecticut by the Regional Community Enhancement Task Force led to the arrest of a Norwich man this week on multiple drug-related charges.



Trump trumps the Democrats in this New Hampshire town

Day columnist David Collins visits Plymouth, N.H., attends a Trump rally and visits Sanders...


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Trying for a breath of fresh air in treating asthma

Asthma strikes Connecticut residents at higher rates than residents of the nation overall, affecting 11.3 percent of children and 9.2 percent of adults in the state. It led to nearly 1,000 hospitalizations among children and more than 3,100 among...

New England to get brunt of snowstorm heading east

Forecasters say southeast Massachusetts could get the brunt of a snowstorm that's heading for the East Coast

Providence says goodbye to colorful ex-Mayor Buddy Cianci

Providence, Rhode Island, has said goodbye to former Mayor Buddy Cianci, the wisecracking king of one-liners who led the city for a turbulent and troubled six terms

Emotional NYC officer testifies on fatal stairwell shooting

A New York police officer testified emotionally in his own defense about the deadly shooting of an unarmed man in a dark public housing stairwell in 2014



Somalia spokesman: Video shows laptop handed to bomb suspect

A Somalia government spokesman says that CCTV video footage at Mogadishu airport shows two men handing what looks like a laptop computer to the suspected suicide bomber after he passed through the security checkpoint