Man dies from stab wound in New London

One man is dead after a police say they responded to a report of a person with a stab wound on Grand Street Sunday afternoon.

Grant to help Opioid Action Team streamline access to treatment

Right now, most people who struggle with addiction in the region turn to Google when they want to seek help. The Opioid Action Team of Southeastern Connecticut is hoping to change that.

Police logs — Dec. 17, 2017

Arrests by state and local departments around the region.

Medical examiner: Norwich manhunt suspect died by suicide

The man who died during an October manhunt that shut down much of Greeneville died by suicide, the state Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has ruled.

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The longest painting in the world, a whaling tale, may surface in Mystic

An 1848 panorama, depicting a whaling voyage around the world, could be displayed in Mystic.

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Wreaths placed and veterans' lives remembered at Jordan Cemetery

Girl Scout Cadettes Lindsay Davies, left, and Emma Hundley, both with Troop 63100 of Ledyard, clean snow off a grave before a Wreaths Across America Day ceremony on Saturday, December 16, 2017, at Jordan Cemetery in Waterford.  Volunteers laid over 400 wreaths at veterans graves during the national event that aims to remember, honor and teach about veterans and those who serve. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Paula Crocker comes to Jordan Cemetery every couple months to pay her respects to her parents, and she usually lays down Christmas flowers around this time of year. But on Saturday, she lay wreaths.

Municipal meetings - Week of Dec. 17, 2017

Municial meetings for the week of Dec. 17, 2017

Operation E.L.F.

Connecticut National Guard Master Sgt. Lisa Young, left, of Bristol, Conn., attempts to check out while balancing  a stack of toys her children picked out as their gift selections, during the annual holiday party for Operation E.L.F. (Embracing Lonely Families) at the William A. O'Neill Armory in Hartford, Conn., Saturday, December 16, 2017. Operation E.LF. assists financial hardship issues involving Connecticut families who have deployed military members in the Connecticut National Guard. Each child was provided with $40.00 in replica cash, to be used for toys they select as gifts. Young's husband  First Sgt. Alex Young, also of the National Guard, is currently deployed. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Connecticut National Guard Master Sgt. Lisa Young, left, of Bristol, Conn., attempts to check out while balancing a stack of toys her children picked out as their gift selections, during the annual holiday party for Operation E.L.F. (Embracing...

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R.I. police arrest Connecticut man after car chase through 3 communities

Rhode Island State Police have arrested a man after police pursued him through three communities

Red Cross aiding several residents displaced by fire

The American Red Cross is helping several residents after a fire broke out in a home on Atwells Avenue in Providence early Saturday morning

Judge rejects pseudonym use in lawsuit over alleged rape of UConn student

A Connecticut judge has rejected the use of pseudonyms by two college students in a civil court case over an alleged rape

Neighborhood plagued, stressed by growing rat infestation

Since May, Katie Robison and her neighbors in an otherwise quiet West Yarmouth neighborhood have been complaining about a rat issue they say stems from one home at 15 Nauset Lane