Hartford police seize 10 pounds of 'sizzurp'

Detectives arrested a man and a woman who they said were selling large amounts of a concoction of illegal drugs known as "sizzurp."

End of an era: New system replaces Mass Pike tollbooths

Get ready for big changes on the Massachusetts Turnpike

Connecticut abandons review of gas pipeline proposals

Connecticut energy officials are abandoning a review of pipeline proposals to bring more natural gas into the state and the region

Fishing managers to meet with industry on lobster plan

Fishing managers will reach out to members of the fishing industry before seeking public comment on a proposal to rebuild the southern New England lobster population

Rhode Island issues emergency medical marijuana regulations

Rhode Island has issued emergency regulations to begin licensing a new group of private growers of medical marijuana


Rhode Island mobster convicted of murder-for-hire released

An ailing Rhode Island mobster convicted of trying to hire a hit man to kill a rival has been released from a federal prison in Massachusetts

Parts of southern New England brace for season's first snow

Parts of southern New England are seeing the first brief snowfall of the year

Cranston officer adds more allegations to harassment suit

A Cranston police captain who is suing city officials and several members of the department for sexual harassment and gender discrimination has expanded her lawsuit to include more allegations

Records: Wrong-way driver in fatal Massachusetts crash cited 5 times

Records show a wrong-way driver who caused a crash that killed her and four college students in Massachusetts had been cited for speeding five times

Police: 3 men in clown masks attack Rhode Island woman

Police in Rhode Island say they're searching for three suspects who attacked a woman while wearing clown masks

Private service held for woman lost at sea in sinking boat

A memorial service has been held in Connecticut for a woman presumed dead after her boat sank in the Atlantic Ocean during a fishing trip with her son

Petit threatens suit over ad linking him to Trump

The survivor of an infamous Connecticut home invasion that left his wife and daughters dead says he's considering a lawsuit over a political advertisement linking him to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and "attacks on women and...

When Hispanic teens vanished, did New York police do enough?

The disappearance and subsequent deaths of five current or former students at a New York high school have some questioning the initial police response



Sen. Blumenthal tears up

Contenders in Connecticut's Senate race offer up some personal anecdotes.


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18 arrested in Norwich police warrant operation

Eighteen individuals were arrested by police across the state Wednesday morning as part of a warrant sweep coordinated by Norwich police.

UPDATED: Police: 55-year-old Norwich man missing

Police are asking the public to keep an eye out for a 55-year-old man who they said went missing Wednesday, but that man has informed The Day he is safe.

Suspension would be Old Lyme officer's 2nd this year

Old Lyme police Officer Sal Milardo’s impending five-day suspension will be the second unpaid suspension he’s undergone this year if it holds up.

Police at Fox Tower arrest woman wanted in New York murder

Tribal police arrested a woman on a fugitive from justice charge Wednesday after discovering she was wanted in connection with a murder in New York.



Addiction expert advocates mental health screening for teens

If teenagers were routinely screened and treated for mental illness as they are for vision and hearing problems, fewer would become addicted to opioids and other drugs, says Dr. Donald Vereen, director of the University of Michigan Substance Abuse...

CMEEC to create committee to create guidelines for future retreats

The Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative board of directors on Thursday voted to create an ad hoc subcommittee to develop guidelines for future board retreats, CMEEC Vice Chairman and Norwich Public Utilities General Manager John Bilda...

Preston, Mohegan Tribe need more time to complete negotiations for Norwich Hospital

The Preston Redevelopment Agency and the Mohegan Tribe have asked for a 90-day extension, to Feb. 19, of the negotiation period that is expected to conclude with the sale of the former Norwich Hospital property in Preston to the tribe for a major...

Charles Buck, acquitted in murder of his wife in 2002, has died

Charles Buck, who was found not guilty of murdering his wife, Leslie, in 2002, has died. The 69-year-old Buck, who suffered serious injuries in a fall at his Elm Street home on the afternoon of Aug. 31, died Oct. 12 at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital.