Tom Brady beats NFL in 'Deflategate' court case, judge nullifies 4-game suspension
Presidential candidates seeking an Iowa boost look for salvation in 99-county tour
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Major foreign policy victory looms for Obama as Iran nuclear deal nears 34 votes in Senate
When Bailey shows her teeth, it's a smile.
In a move Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio called an issue of “fundamental fairness,” the city is removing the section on job applications that asks about prior criminal history.
One of the region’s most popular areas for recreational shellfishing reopened Wednesday afternoon after being closed for 10 days because of a raw sewage spill.
A big Confederate flag appeared recently over a house on the water in Stonington.
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Attorney Matthew Shafner of Groton, a legal giant and humanitarian who broke new ground with asbestos, maritime injury and workers compensation cases, died Thursday morning.
The police department will conduct a free child safety seat checkpoint on Thursday Sept. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the police department.
A vehicle rollover on I-95 southbound between Exits 81 and 80 on Wednesday afternoon did not result in any serious injuries, state police said.
Teen arraigned in connection with gang-related shooting in Norwich
New London eliminates criminal conviction box from job applications
16-year-old accused of armed robbery in Groton to be tried as an adult
Police: No one seriously injured in I-95 rollover
Coast Guard rescues 3 in boat adrift off Block Island
Judge lets Brady play, ruling against NFL in 'Deflategate'; NFL promises appeal
State's attorney rules New London police use of force 'appropriate' in death of Lashano Gilbert
Stonington teen found guilty in New Hampshire assault
Attorney Matthew Shafner, legal champion of working people, dead at 80
Attorney gets suspended sentence, probation for role in attack on ex-boyfriend
A Connecticut factory that produced Ovation guitars for nearly a half century before closing last year will resume making the renowned instruments, thanks to the efforts of factory employees.
Encounter between woman, bear provokes new round of debate over Connecticut wildlife policy