They're off and running

Staff and volunteers with the Mystic Aquarium's Animal Rescue Team release four rehabilitated harbor seal pups at Blue Shutters Beach in Charlestown, RI, Friday.

Exploring historical roots of farm-to-table movement in New England

The farm-to-table movement in New England continues a tradition of agriculture built on a strong “sense of place,” according to Richard Judd, professor of history at the University of Maine.

East Lyme First Selectman debate to be held Tuesday

The first in a series of political debates leading up to the municipal elections will take place Tuesday, Oct. 13 in East Lyme.

Stonington police identify person killed in wood chipper accident

Police have identified the person who was discovered in a wood chipper on the Ogden Farm property Thursday afternoon as the 72-year-old owner of Landscape Unlimited.

UPDATED: Tractor-trailer rollover on I-395 ramp in Norwich cleared

The Exit 18 on-ramp of Interstate 395 was closed for a short time Friday morning after a tractor-trailer hit two light poles and rolled over, state police said.

Bank robbery reported in Norwich

Police are investigating the robbery of the Dime Bank on West Town Street.

UPDATED: Man's body discovered in wood chipper in Stonington

A man's body was discovered in a wood chipper on Ogden Farm property following a 2:55 p.m. 911 call on Thursday, police said.

Groton man now a suspect in 3 bank robberies

State and local police continue to search for a Groton man who is now a suspect in a string of three bank robberies, the latest on Tuesday in Stonington.



Bank of America directs fraud complaints to a sales pitch for cruises

Bank of America Waterford branch was giving out business cards directing customers to a sales phone...


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VIDEO: USS Providence returns home to Groton

During the deployment, Providence steamed more than 32,000 nautical miles, the equivalent of traveling from New London to San Diego and back — seven times.

Longtime EB spokesman's submarine portrait to be given to Michelle Obama

While working at Electric Boat, Neil Ruenzel used to say that when he retired he'd grow a ponytail and become an artist. While he hasn't grown out the ponytail yet, he has seriously pursued art. And soon, a piece of his artwork will be given to...

USS North Dakota class joins the fleet

Groton — Seventy-one sailors of "Class 15440" USS North Dakota (SSN-784) graduated from Basic Enlisted Submarine School on Oct. 2. Seaman Mark Gonzalez was both class honorman with a 97.45 GPA and recipient of the Submarine...



With bird flu, poultry owners asked to register flock sites

Connecticut agriculture officials ask poultry owners to register flocks over bird flu concerns

US maritime schools feel connection to sunken cargo ship

Loss of El Faro cargo ship is felt at schools that prepare students for the Merchant Marine

South Boston man convicted of killing neighborhood woman

South Boston man convicted of killing 67-year-old neighborhood woman in search for drug money