State police: Woman facing charges after filing false racial profiling complaint

A Mansfield woman is facing charges after state police say she falsely claimed she was a victim of racial profiling that led to a May traffic stop in which she received a ticket.

Buses to temporarily replace some Amtrak trains

Buses to temporarily replace some Amtrak trains between New Haven, Springfield

Hartford lawyer suspended for impersonating fellow lawyer

Connecticut Judge suspends Hartford lawyer for year for impersonating fellow lawyer


Officials: Man apparently drowns after Bridgeport bar fight

Officials: Man apparently drowns after Bridgeport bar fight, 2nd person sought

Officials: Man apparently drowns after Bridgeport bar fight

Officials: Man apparently drowns after Bridgeport bar fight, 2nd person sought

Connecticut DMV changes could mean temporary long waits

Planned computer upgrades could mean initial long waits, consumer changes at Connecticut DMV

UConn: Engineering School computer breach was 'criminal'

UConn: Data breach at Engineering School was 'criminal,' apparently originated in China

Dredged materials dumped into Long Island Sound spur debate

Long Island Sound plan drives debate in New York, Connecticut over dredged material dumping



World War II fighter pilot: 'Last man standing'

Ernest Treff of Groton fought with the legendary Zemke's Wolf Pack over Germany


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Police: Woman reportedly pushed out of a car in Pawcatuck

Police said they are investigating a report that a woman was allegedly pushed out of a car Sunday evening in downtown Pawcatuck near the Savings Institute Bank & Trust.

Former Hartford police officer has more run-ins with police over the weekend

The saga of a former Hartford police officer, who was arrested twice last week, continued over the weekend as he was charged by both Groton Town and Stonington police in boating related incidents.

Residence attached to Old Saybrook gun store heavily damaged by fire

Multiple fire departments are on the scene of a fire Saturday that caused heavy damage to a large wood-frame home attached to the Grouse Perch Gun Store at 15 North Main Street.

Police: New London man arrested after shouting anti-Semitic remarks

Police said they have arrested a 30-year-old city resident after he shouted anti-Semitic remarks at members of a synagogue on Ocean Avenue.



Roadside flower garden in Mystic is honored

Hobbyist gardener James Short is the recipient of the Mystic Garden Club's 2015 Beautification Award.

Five boats compete in Ledyard's first cardboard regatta

Interns of varying ages from the Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory and community members learned an important lesson on Sunday: simplicity often trumps flashiness.

St. Michael School in Pawcatuck granted continued accreditation

St. Michael School has been granted continued accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges after a two-year process that involved self-evaluation, study reports and a visit by a NEASC committee in April.

Two-time Pultizer prize winning historian to speak in Stonington

The Stonington Historical Society will present a program by Alan Taylor, who will discuss slavery and the War of 1812.