Teen pleads guilty to manslaughter in 2015 stabbing

A Connecticut teenager has pleaded guilty to manslaughter for fatally stabbing a man in the heart outside a fast-food restaurant

Connecticut man pleads not guilty in 1 of 3 killings

A Connecticut man charged with killing three people in 2008 has pleaded not guilty to one of the homicides

Police: White murder suspect went to NYC to attack blacks

Police say a white man accused of stabbing a black man to death with a sword in New York City told investigators he traveled to the media capital of the world to make a statement and attack black people

Missing Plainfield woman dies in N.J. crash

Laura Russo, 63, was fatally injured about 3 a.m., local police said. The crash is being investigated by the New Jersey State Police.

Fire crews battle massive warehouse blaze in Massachusetts

Crews from more than a dozen towns have responded to a seven-alarm fire in an abandoned warehouse in Rockland


Ex-TV meteorologist gets prison for child porn possession

A former meteorologist at a Connecticut television station is headed to prison for possessing child pornography

6 companies submit bids to build Rhode Island truck toll system

The Rhode Island Department of Transportation says six companies have submitted bids to design, build and operate electronic tolls that will charge big-rig trucks for traveling along Interstate 95 and other highways

Body of infant found inside bag in Connecticut reservoir

Connecticut State Police say an infant's body has been found inside a bag in a reservoir

Cops: Cocaine trafficker, 74, lived in public housing for elderly

A 74-year-old Massachusetts man living in public housing for the elderly faces drug trafficking charges after police say they found cocaine valued at about $150,000 in his unit

Rhode Island House again votes to ban 'revenge porn'

The Rhode Island House of Representatives has again passed a bill to ban so-called "revenge porn" after Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo vetoed similar legislation last year

UConn fraternity chapter closed after member's death

A national women's fraternity has closed its University of Connecticut chapter following the death of one its members who was run over by a campus fire department vehicle in October

State reviewing case of Hartford teen reported missing before fatal shooting

In the weeks before he was fatally shot in the hallway of a North End apartment building, 15-year-old Keon Huff Jr. had twice been reported missing and was no longer enrolled in city schools.

Yale students say they can prevent hangovers with supplement

Two Yale students say they have created a supplement that prevents hangovers



Fewer lobsters in the time of Trump

Rising water temperatures have led to declining lobster populations, a dynamic that will grow worse...


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Body found in Thames River Tuesday is missing Montville man

State police confirmed Wednesday afternoon that the body of the man found in the Thames River was Lyle Dagenais, a Montville resident who went missing during a fishing trip last month.

Fallen tree, lines close portion of Route 156 in Old Lyme

Police have closed state Route 156, or Shore Road, in the area of Point O' Woods Beach because of a tree that took down power lines.

Norwich man last of 3 charged with stealing motorcycles

Police early Wednesday arrested a Norwich man in connection with the theft of three motorcycles from Motorsports Nation in May last year.

Norwich police ID remains found nearly a year ago

Police have identified the human remains found nearly a year ago in a wooded area in Norwich.



Saint Bernard School names students of the month

Seventh grade student Josephine Snarski of Montville and freshman Jerelyn Gatchalian of Ledyard have been recognized this month.

School maintenance funds a concern for New London officials

The city’s school maintenance budget is depleted and with three months left in the fiscal year public works officials are hoping nothing major breaks down in one of the city’s six school buildings.

Stonington to send plan to join Ledge Light to town meeting vote

The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Wednesday night to send a proposed agreement in which the town would join the Ledge Light Health District to an April 11 town meeting vote.

Residents get first look at agreement for former Norwich Hospital

About two dozen people attended the first public informational meeting Wednesday to hear details of a proposed purchase and sales agreement between the town and the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority for the former Norwich Hospital property in town.