Firefighters extinguish fire at East Lyme home under construction

Firefighters quickly extinguished a fire Monday evening at a home under construction at 47 Partridge Court.

Massachusetts man charged with Norwich car burglaries

City police arrested a Northbridge, Mass. man Monday on more than 20 charges stemming from a month-long spree of vehicle burglaries in the Cherry Hill neighborhood last summer.

New London firefighters revive overdose victim in Williams Memorial Park

Firefighters revived a man who overdosed Monday morning in Williams Memorial Park.

Box truck collides with Walbach Street railroad bridge

A box truck on Walbach Street clipped the bottom of the railroad bridge Monday, fire officials said, sending one passanger to the hospital.

One killed, two injured in Norwich crash on I-395

One person was killed and two were injured in a crash on I-395 late Sunday night.

Philando Castile family reaches $3M settlement in death

The family of Philando Castile has reached a $3 million settlement over his shooting death by a police officer during a traffic stop

Supreme Court rejects gun rights appeal

The Supreme Court is rejecting yet another call to decide whether Americans have a constitutional right to carry guns with them outside their homes

Support for gay marriage surges, even among groups once wary

A new national survey finds that support for same-sex marriage is surging even among groups that recently were broadly opposed

Waterbury Police: 'Neighbor dispute' leads to shooting, arrests of 6

Police in Connecticut say a "neighbor dispute" led to a shooting that landed one person in the hospital and the arrests of six others

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BBQ restaurant proposed to rejuvenate Waterford's Mago Point goes up in smoke, will become offices instead

The idea was an optimistic one. Two East Lyme natives, Paul Daversa – the CEO of a tech recruitment firm with offices in New York, California, Washington, D.C., Florida and Connecticut — and Pete Daversa, a nationally known barbecue...

Ingalls endorsed for Ledyard town council seat; vote Wednesday

The town council will vote Wednesday on the appointment of former school board member Andra Ingalls to a vacant town council seat, left open by Mayor Fred Allyn III's departure.