About 55 community volunteers from the region searched in the woods, in parking lots and in and behind abandoned buildings to assist in a count of homeless people, both in shelter and unsheltered, Tuesday night.
Connecticut’s congressional delegation and the state’s casino-owning Indian tribes — factions frequently allied with one another — are on opposite sides of a bill that would exempt tribes from federal labor law.
Groton received a "clean" audit on Tuesday, meaning the town fairly and accurately presented its financial books for the 2017 fiscal year, and money provided to the town through state and federal grants was appropriately spent.
Students walk across campus in the rain at Connecticut College Tuesday, January 23, 2018. Students returned this week from their semester break. Today's torrential rains will give way to partial sunny weather with more seasonable temperatures the...
Students Rebecca Stracuzzi, left, of East Lyme, Edith Thouin, second from left, of Netherlands and Terry Eddy, right, of East Lyme watch closely while instructor Robert Noreika demonstrates a painting technique during his Fearless and Fluid...
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Gerard Dube, a 62-year-old family man with no previous criminal record, was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the crash, and there was no evidence that he was using a cellphone or fiddling with his radio when the 2014 crash...