Saint Bernard School names February students of the month

Senior David Galvez and sixth-grader Crystal Nguyen have been named Saint Bernard School Students of the Month for February.

LOLHS student artists recognized

Three Lyme-Old Lyme High School students were recognized at the 2017 Connecticut Scholastic Art competition.

Immigration court sometimes the last resort for criminal detainees

In immigration court, clients are referred to by their nine-digit "alien numbers" and have the option of hiring an attorney at their own expense.

Griswold man charged with sexually assaulting female in Norwich

Police on Wednesday arrested a Griswold man who allegedly sexually assaulted a female he knew.

Stonington police charge elderly resident with offering to pay man for sex

Police arrested an elderly Pawcatuck man Tuesday and charged him with soliciting a man in his 20s for sex on Feb.4.

Employee stabbed during argument at nail salon

A disagreement between two workers at Lucky Nails Salon led one employee to stab another in the face with a ballpoint pen Tuesday.

Police searching for missing Ledyard teen

Jayla Lasane is described as a black female, 5 foot 0.9 inches tall and weighing 160 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. No clothing description was available. Police said she'd been missing since earlier in the day Tuesday.

Police search for missing Groton man

Groton Town Police searched for about three hours on Tuesday evening for a missing 22-year-old man from Groton.




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VIDEO: Fresh off deployment, Navy chief surprises three children

Donning the costume of the Sayles School mascot, Mustang, Navy Chief Joshua Grosswiler, who recently returned from a six-month deployment, surprised his three children during a schoolwide assembly Wednesday afternoon.

UConn exhibit tells vets' stories of psychological impact of war

Personal items belonging to well-known, local anti-war protestor Cal Robertson are on display as part of an exhibit at the University of Connecticut titled "A Legacy of Veteran Expressions after War."

Trump references Russian spy ship in news conference Thursday

In responding to questions about contact made between his administration and Russia, President Donald Trump referenced the Russian ship spotted Wednesday in international waters off the coast of Connecticut.



Maple syrup producers face challenges in warming world

New Hampshire's maple syrup producers say they're feeling the impact of climate change, as winters become warmer and frigid nights so critical to their business become fewer

New Haven judge orders Dr. Wang to be forcibly medicated to stand trial for alleged slaying of colleague

A Superior Court judge Wednesday ordered Dr. Lishan Wang to be forcibly medicated in an effort to restore him to competency and stand trial for allegedly slaying a medical colleague seven years ago.

Flight school plane crashes in swamp near runway, killing 1

A plane from a local flight school has crashed in a swampy area near the end of a runaway at a Connecticut airport, killing one occupant and seriously injuring the other