Red, white and blue on display at Sound View Independence Day parade

Residents marched in patriotic attire and spectators lined Hartford Avenue in Old Lyme during the 22nd annual Sound View Independence Day parade.

An old fashioned Independence Day in Ledyard

Anna Finlayson adjusted her 4-year-old sister Lily's bonnet as participants celebrate an old fashioned Independence Day with the Ledyard Historical Society at the Nathan Lester House and Farm Tool Museum Saturday.

VIDEO: Dam, mill race quench local thirst for white water

White Rock Dam and the mill race, with Westerly on one side and Pawcatuck on the other, are slated to be torn down later this summer as part of restoring the Pawcatuck River’s natural flows.

Police nab second suspect in Norwich home invasion case

Norwich police have arrested a second man in connection with an armed home invasion on April 24 on Reynolds Street.

State police release details of pedestrian fatality in Preston

State police in Montville said a pedestrian who was killed early Friday was in the travel portion of Route 2 when he was struck by two cars.

Fatal pedestrian crash in Preston

Preston — State police in Montville are investigating a fatal car crash involving a pedestrian. The pedestrian, James Hubbard, 46, of Norwich, was killed shortly after 1:20 a.m. Friday on Route 2 in the area of Maynard...

Norwich police search for missing 16-year-old girl

Norwich — Police on Friday issued a Silver Alert for a missing 16-year-old girl who was last seen Wednesday. Keyana Watson is described as a black female with brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5 feet 5 inches tall and...

Groton's July 4th parade to be held Saturday

Police say drivers should expect traffic delays and road closures before and after the annual July 4th parade that begins at 10 a.m. at Poquonnock Plains Park.



Pfizer is to blame for destroying the Fort Trumbull neighborhood

Pfizer reportedly knew eminent domain would be needed to clear the neighborhood, the company's...


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Coast Guard Summer underway in New London and across the state

Connecticut's Coast Guard Summer is moving into full gear, with New London serving as the epicenter for the celebration. But behind the scenes, local officials and beyond have been working on another designation.

Montville Navy vet shares story of service for national Veterans History Project

Retired Navy veteran Edwin "Bud" Atkins, who was inducted into the Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame in 2014, sat down with U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, for an interview for the Veterans History Project.

Sub base to mark 4th of July with 21-gun salute

On Saturday, Naval Submarine Base New London will join other military installations across the country in marking Independence Day.



Connecticut sweet corn early thanks to new farming techniques

First crop of Connecticut-grown sweet corn ready for holiday weekend due to growing techniques

Police: Ice cream truck driver impersonated wanted man

Police: Ice cream truck driver impersonated man with active arrest warrant

Petition seeks to remove slavery supporter's name from Yale college

The debate over removing symbols of slavery and racism, such as the Confederate battle flag, from places of honor is occurring at Yale University, where calls to rename Calhoun College have been revived.