North Stonington equestrian wins tri-state awards

Mackenzie Turrisi of North Stonington won six awards from the Tri-State Horseman Association for her equestrian achievements at the association’s open shows this summer.

Local DAR chapter honors local high school seniors

The Lucretia Shaw Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) held a Good Citizens awards ceremony Nov. 14 to recognize local high school seniors.

Spelling perfection in Norwich

Jonathan Synott, looks up while he waits to here from the judges if a word was spelled correctly during the Ninth grade competition of the 33rd annual Lillian S. Young Spelling Bee presented by the Norwich Free Academy english department in Slater...

State police gear up for busy Thanksgiving highways

With tens of thousands of travelers driving through Connecticut during the Thanksgiving weekend, State Police are ramping up their plans to keep highways safe for all during the holiday rush.

Woman dies in one-car Westerly crash

A one-car accident at 336 Boston Post Road killed a 64-year-old woman Monday when the vehicle veered off the roadway, crashed into a stone wall and rolled over.

Rabid skunk found in Waterford

A skunk found in Waterford on Monday tested positive for rabies, according to a news release from the Ledge Light Health District.

Robbery reported at Norwich liquor store

Police are investigating reports of an armed robbery Monday at the Square Package Store at 258 Broad St.

Stonington police charge Groton man with first-degree assault

Stonington Police charged a Groton man early Monday morning with first-degree assault after they say he struck a man in the head with a club-like object in the parking lot of the Hyatt Place hotel on Route 27.



How many troopers does it take to arrest a masseuse?

An investigation of a Salem spa took months to complete.


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Lawmakers eyeing second week of December for budget session

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Ex-UConn Student Gatti Applies For Accelerated Rehabilitation In Mac 'n' Cheese Case

The former University of Connecticut student who was charged with breach of peace after an alleged tirade over bacon jalapeño macaroni and cheese at the university's student union has applied for accelerated rehabilitation.

Connecticut governor wants guns denied to terror watch list

Connecticut governor wants guns denied to those on terror watch list; sends letter to leaders