Standoff at Planned Parenthood ends with suspect's arrest; 3 killed, 9 wounded
Mourners bowed their heads and stood in somber tribute as the names of the dead were read aloud Friday at a ceremony to commemorate victims of the bombing and shooting rampage in Paris two weeks ago.
Protest over Chicago teen's killing by police disrupts city's posh shopping district
Art program gives Boston's homeless a place to create, boost self-worth and earn some cash
Two Montville High School graduates lead the southeastern Connecticut Indian tribes whose gaming enterprises have long been carving up the same market, a market they've had all to themselves.
With sights set on renewing public access to Harbor Light as quickly as possible, the New London Maritime Society is seeking to add a new historic landmark amendment to city zoning regulations.
Municipal meetings from around the region for the week beginning on Sunday, Nov. 29.