Woman found dead Friday in New London identified

Emily Eshenfelder's body was discovered Friday morning to the rear of 34 Bank St. Police continue their investigation but said it appears to be a tragic accident.

Montville father to serve 30 months for beating small children

A 28-year-old Montville man asked a New London Superior Court judge if he could have contact with two small children as she sentenced him to 30 months in prison Friday for assaulting the kids in February 2014.

Police credit public in helping treat injured driver after I-95 crash

The driver of a heavy duty wrecker was flown by Life Star helicopter to Rhode Island Hospital on Friday morning after a crash and fire that snarled traffic for several hours.

Norwich police search for missing woman

Police issued a Silver Alert early this morning for a 26-year-old woman who was last seen Thursday.



A Confederate flag flies in Stonington

A big Confederate flag appeared recently over a house on the water in Stonington.


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Attorney, NAACP skeptical of state's attorney's report on New London in-custody death

A day after the state’s attorney ruled New London police used appropriate force against a man who died in police custody, a lawyer for the deceased man’s family said he still plans to pursue a civil lawsuit.

Port Authority to help shape future at New London, state's other deepwater ports

Connecticut's port authority will serve as the primary marketer and driver of economic growth around the state's three deepwater ports: New London, Bridgeport and New Haven.

L+M offers Gentle Touch informational session for prospective volunteers

Lawrence + Memorial Hospital is recruiting volunteers for a unique program designed to help relax and comfort patients through Gentle Touch and Guided Imagery.

East Lyme grad shows film in Guatemala

More than 10 years after three East Lyme High School graduates created a film about their cross-country travels in a Volkswagen bus, one of the filmmakers has brought the film to Guatemala.



Connecticut man's murder conviction tossed, freeing him after 9 years in prison

Connecticut man imprisoned for 9 years is freed after judge throws out murder conviction

Connecticut DMV chief: Progress being made with lines

Connecticut DMV chief: Progress being made with long lines but they may return Tuesday

Connecticut college backs off plan to make fraternities coed

Trinity College in Connecticut backs off plan to make fraternities, sororities coeducational

174 New Haven firefighters sue city over lost wages

174 New Haven firefighters sue city, claim the department miscalculated overtime pay