President's 2017 budget includes $8.1 billion for submarine programs

The proposed funding for submarine programs is about $1 billion more than last year.

Coast Guard Academy investigating third-class cadets for alleged cheating

The Coast Guard Academy is investigating a group of third-class cadets for allegedly cheating on online quizzes, which would be a violation of the academy's Honor Concept.

Advisory panel begins imagining stories, visitor experience of future Coast Guard Museum

An advisory panel has begun preliminary discussions into the stories that should be told and the experience it wants visitors to have at the National Coast Guard Museum in New London.

New CGA superintendent focused on leadership development, increasing size of the corps

Eight months into the top post at the Coast Guard Academy, Rear Adm. James Rendon is working to increase the size of the corps of cadets from 886 to 1,000, after recently receiving a memo from Coast Guard Headquarters to do so.


UPDATED: State police ID man found dead in Old Lyme

State police have identified the man the said they found in the water off Osprey Road around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.



Toll me: Rhode Island gets it done

The little state to the east has developed a plan for what Connecticut can't seem to: Toll revenue.


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Police: 'Tired' motorist injured after vehicle veers off I-395

A Norwich man sustained minor injuries Thursday when the vehicle he was driving veered off Interstate 395 here and overturned.

Ledyard man faces assault, strangulation charges after domestic disturbance

The 33-year-old was wearing military clothing and a protective vest that bore assault-style rifle magazines when he surrendered at the scene, police said.

State's attorney's office reviewing Maynard crash investigation

Waterford police on Friday confirmed that they sent their investigation into the Jan. 14 crash involving state Sen. Andrew Maynard to the state's attorney's office for review Thursday.



New Providence restaurant to eliminate tipping, charge fee

A new restaurant in Providence is charging customers a fee to eliminate tipping and pay employees a higher wage

Yale continues to mull name change for Calhoun College

Yale University continues to mull whether to change the name of a residential college named for 19th century alumnus John C. Calhoun who was an ardent supporter of slavery


5 killed when car going wrong way slams into SUV in Ohio

Police say five people have died after a car going the wrong way on an Ohio interstate slammed head-on into an SUV