Barge accident dents wind farm foundation off Rhode Island

Barge accident dents offshore wind farm foundation off Rhode Island, no project delay expected

U.N. adopts resolution to combat illegal wildlife trafficking

UN adopts resolution to combat illegal wildlife trafficking, sponsors outraged at lion killing

Cecil the Lion killing investigated by U.S. wildlife agency

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which enforces the federal endangered species law, says it is investigating the killing of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe by an American dentist.

Landslides bury Nepal villages, killing at least 30 people

Landslides in Nepal mountains bury villages, killing at least 30 people

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Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba visits New London

Crew of the United States Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba (WMEC 907) return to the cutter docked at Fort Trumbull Pier 7 after a brief shore leave when the cutter stopped in New London for fuel and maintenance Thursday.

Developers propose host of ideas for Lighthouse Inn

With proposals to purchase the property for prices ranging from $1 to $250,000, five developers have come forward with an array of ideas to transform the deteriorating Lighthouse Inn in New London.

New manager doubles size of Ledyard Farmers Market

The Ledyard Farmers Market has a complicated history. But one thing is sure: with more than 20 regular vendors, the market is the biggest it's ever been.

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Mayor Finizio campaigns on park plan he had no part in devising

The mayor is promoting a park plan developed by someone who once ran a nonprofit his administration...

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Bernier retains prominent defense attorney to fight life sentence for Norwich murders

John Cluny, whose wife and son were murdered at their Norwich home in 1993 by then 15-year-old Michael Bernier, on Thursday met the prominent defense attorney Norman A. Pattis, who has been hired to represent Bernier in his quest to reduce his...

Man arrested Tuesday in Mystic arrested again in New London after cafe disturbance

Kenneth Elyosius, 62, was arraigned in Superior Court in New London Thursday. It was the second day in a row that the former Hartford police officer appeared in court.

New London police find heroin, facsimile firearms at camper

Police said they arrested two individuals Thursday at the scene of a camper — camouflaged from public sight — that contained heroin, materials to manufacture the drug, and facsimile firearms.

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