Police evacuate department, homes after woman brings in grenade
Bridgeport man crashes in I-95 construction zone after police chase, injuring 4 and himself
Police: 2 brothers-in-law arrested after 1 stabbed, injured the other during domestic argument
Hometown names school for teacher killed while protecting kids in 2012 Newtown massacre
Yale leaders urge discussion on name change for college that honors slavery advocate Calhoun
Malloy attends conference of New England governors, Eastern Canada premiers; energy is focus
Connecticut's first student scores from new standardized test indicate mixed results
Judge cites age, health of 86-year-old man in suspended sentence on sex assault conviction
If lawn signs were a poll, the mayor would be way down in the Democratic primary.
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No one was injured after a Montville man mistook his gas pedal for a brake pedal and drove his car into his mobile home around 10 a.m. Sunday, according to the Fire Department.
Route 2A in Preston was closed for about four hours early Sunday morning near the Brookside Cafe after a large oak tree fell across the road.
No one was injured when a house caught fire early Sunday morning at 9 Pennywise Lane in the Highlands subdivision.
A silver alert has been issued by the Connecticut State Police for a 16-year-old runaway Norwich girl, Cerenitty Cote.
Police logs - Aug. 31
Woman delivers hand grenade to police, prompts evacuation
Montville man drives car into mobile home, starts fire
Alaska-bound, Obama makes waves by renaming Mount McKinley
2 brothers-in-law arrested after fight, stabbing
Blumenthal wants women on more currency
Summer is sticking around a little while longer
A day at the beach in New London
Police locate Norwich teen
Fallen tree closes Route 2A in Preston
Vistiors enjoy the summer sun at outCT's summer pride festival, at Ocean Beach Park in New London, Sunday.
Just as students settle into their educational routines, it's hooky weather in southeastern Connecticut.
The Ocean Community YMCA plans to launch a capital campaign to help fund the majority of its $7.2 million renovation and expansion of its Mystic branch off Masons Island Road.
The borough has boasted its share of literary stars over the years and now the Stonington Historical Society will offer a guided tour through that literary past on Saturday, Sept. 12, at 1 p.m.