A plan to erect a solar energy farm at the town transfer station has been placed on the back burner after officials discovered technical and cost issues with the proposal.
The search for a new city manager has been on hold during the city budget process and likely will take months longer, Mayor Deberey Hinchey told the Board of Public Utilities Commission Tuesday.
A plan to restore the pond and meadow and add a walkway, cross country running loop, outdoor classroom and educational signs to Alfred Mitchell Woods will be presented to the public during a meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Two boating accidents near Sandy Point over the weekend that resulted in head injuries to two victims occurred near the area dredged last fall, but any changes in the navigation channel from the dredging are not believed to have been a factor in...
The Canada geese already have started moving into Preston Community Park – earlier than expected and before town officials have reached a decision on how best to rid the park of the nuisance summer residents.
The Town Council learned Tuesday of an unexpected and sharp decline in revenue that could require a larger tax increase than anticipated to fund the budget for the coming fiscal year.
The state Department of Labor reported a modest April bump of 1,200 jobs Tuesday along with a new statewide record for labor-force participation, but the good news didn't filter into eastern Connecticut job numbers.
Two men robbed the Honey Plus Convenience Store at 393 Colman St. at gunpoint on Tuesday, police said.
Katie Hodgkinson doesn't know where she gets her competitive nature.
Volunteers from across the state went to Long Society Meetinghouse Tuesday for the start of a four-day archaeological dig that also will serve as an old-fashioned foundation excavation project.
The City of Norwich has agreed to pay $1.25 million to settle a civil lawsuit brought by former police officer Douglas Morello, who was terminated in 2010.
City Planner Harry Smith, who has provided oversight of development in New London for 11 years, is leaving next month to become the town planner for Branford.
The murder trial of Davion Smith, which was set to begin Tuesday in New London Superior Court, has been delayed while attorneys resume jury selection.
Connecticut State Police have arrested 57 people for drunken driving during the Memorial Day weekend, according to spokesman Sgt. Shane Hassett.
Amtrak to install long-sought cameras in locomotives to help with crash investigations
The recent death of blues legend B.B. King in Nevada will be investigated as a possible homicide following unsubstantiated accusations from two of B.B. King’s 11 surviving children that the singer was “poisoned.”
Death toll in Mexico tornado rises to 14, search continues for missing family of 4
Police evacuate US Capitol, Visitors' Center
Cleveland, Justice Department to discuss settlement over police excessive force, rights abuses
Police: Yale student stabs another, jumps to his death from off-campus apartment building
Supreme Court to hear challenge over counting non-citizens in redistricting plans
McCain leading US Senate delegation visiting Vietnam, Singapore
Malaysian forensics teams dig up graves at abandoned traffickers' camp
2 dead, including gunman, in shooting at North Dakota Wal-Mart; 1 person taken to a hospital
Police are looking for two unidentified shooters who injured two people in the area of high-rise apartments at 40 Crystal Ave. Monday evening.