Nimble Arts Circus takes over Parade Plaza on Sunday

Parade Plaza will be a real circus on Sunday.

Further cut in fluke quota puts Stonington fishermen, wholesaler in peril

As one of the top four species for all commercial fishermen in Connecticut and up to half of all the catch bought and sold at Gambardella’s, his operation and at least six of the vessels in the small Stonington fleet are being hit especially...

Old Lyme to hold public hearing on Ledge Light Health District

The town wants to see if a regional health district would be a good fit for the community and will hold a public hearing Monday on the possibility of joining Ledge Light Health District.

UPDATED: New Britain man charged in I-95 accident that closed the highway Thursday

The crash that left one vehicle on its side and one person in critical condition happened when a driver failed to slow down for congestion.

New London police arrest three in narcotics field operation

Police on Thursday evening arrested three people in an operation that spanned that city and aimed to address quality of life issues.

Emergency responders handled two crashes in 3 hours on I-95 Thursday

"Having two big accidents on one day is pretty uncommon," said Flanders Second Assistant Chief Patrick Morris.

UPDATED: Reports of gunfire in New London lead to arrest

A local man is facing several charges after he allegedly shot at a woman Thursday evening, according to police.

Stonington Borough woman charged with Facebook threat

A borough woman was charged with breach of peace Thursday afternoon after police say she posted a message on the Stonington Community forum Facebook page in which threatened to beat local youngsters with a bat.




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Electric Boat delivers submarine Illinois early, below budget

The Illinois was delivered four days early, and more than $100 million below target cost, according to EB's director of communications, Tim Boulay.

Trailblazer to female cadets: 'It's your Coast Guard now. Speak up."

"It's your Coast Guard now. Speak up," retired Coast Guard Capt. Joanne McCaffrey, one of the first women to graduate from the Coast Guard Academy, told attendees at a Women's Equality Day luncheon Friday.

Last National Guard unit from state serving overseas comes home Friday

Sixty-five soldiers with the 1109th Theatre Aviation Sustainment Maintenance Group will be reunited with their loved ones after a nearly yearlong deployment to the Middle East.



After Irene forces reckoning, Vermont mental health care rebuilt

Tropical Storm Irene forced Vermont to rebuild its mental health system after floodwaters led to the permanent evacuation of the state hospital in 2011, but challenges remain

48-year fugitive fighting move from Connecticut to Georgia

A Connecticut man who spent 48 years on the lam after escaping from prison is expected to fight an attempt to return him to Georgia

T-shirt company moving to Rhode Island from Connecticut

T-shirt company being lured by state incentives to relocate to Rhode Island from Connecticut is opening its new headquarters near the Westerly State Airport