Bodenwein foundation distributing $106,500 in grants


The Day’s Bodenwein Public Benevolent Foundation will distribute grants to nonprofit organizations that help needy children, families and individuals and support the arts.

Boy Scout Troop 7 celebrates Scout Sunday

Members and leaders of Boy Scout Troop 7 celebrated Scout Sunday at Niantic Community Church on Sunday. Feb. 5.

A trip to Battleship Cove

Cub Scout Pack 27 of Old Lyme spent the night in the same bunks where Navy sailors in World War II slept as part of a trip to Battleship Cove in Fall River, Mass. on Jan. 28.

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.

Groton police seek help in safe theft

Police are asking for help after a man made off with a large safe in the Long Hill section of town on Tuesday.

Norwich man charged in house party sexual incident

A 24-year-old Norwich man has been charged with sexually touching a woman while she was passed out from drinking a large amount of whiskey in Novembers at a house party in Taftville.

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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.

Russian spy ship spotted patrolling 30 miles off Connecticut coast

The U.S. maritime boundary extends 12 miles from the coast, so the Cold War-era ship, which was spotted patrolling 30 miles from the Naval Submarine Base Wednesday, was in international waters, and not doing anything illegal.

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Father charged after infant found unresponsive in Warwick dies

A 7-month-old girl found unresponsive at a Warwick home has died and police say her father is facing charges

Connecticut restricting 'share tables' concept to feed hungry students

Efforts to share perfectly good food with some of the local school district’s less fortunate students are being hampered by new regulations from the Connecticut Department of Education.

Coast Guard rescues Medford man clinging to overturned boat

A Medford man is recovering after he was found clinging to his overturned boat in Yarmouth and had to be rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard