Yoga is blissful in a Lyme barn

Along a road lined with trees and homes in Lyme, a simple red sign stating yoga in block letters welcomes visitors. Through a red gate, down a gravel road and past a garden with vegetables and sunflowers, a red barn stands on the 15-acre...

Firefighters learn to handle horses in barn fire scenarios

The region’s first firefighter equine training drill Saturday morning produced this reality: Given that horse farms are in rural areas, often with long, narrow driveways and no fire hydrants, fire prevention is the best bet for saving...

This Sunday: Garde screens Manhattan Short Film Festival

The Manhattan Short Film Festival is shown at venues around the globe — including at the Garde Arts Center in New London.

State police charge man with sexual assault of a juvenile

State police charged a man Thursday with numerous sexual assault charges.

Couple moving in to apartment arrive to find kitchen on fire

Firefighters fought the blaze on Carter Road in Groton on Wednesday morning.

Nearly a dozen arrested in prostitution, narcotics sting in Groton

Nearly a dozen people were arrested Tuesday during a prostitution and drug sting at numerous hotels in the Groton area.

Stonington police search for missing woman

Police have issued a Silver Alert for a missing 54-year-old woman who was last seen Saturday.

New London police arrest 3 in two separate narcotics investigations

Police arrested three people in two separate drug incidents that occurred Tuesday afternoon on Ocean Avenue.



Chief Ackley's future separates the New London mayoral candidates

Democrat Michael Passero supports her, while Republican Bill Vogel would help her retire


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Electric Boat employees offer free tutoring to local students

About 90 members of the Electric Boat Management Association have signed up to offer free tutoring to local middle school and high school students, but only a handful of the volunteers have been called.

Defense Department report criticizes Navy contracting

Describing "a trend towards the purchase of goods produced outside of the United States" that he says have been noted by Connecticut manufacturers in the shipbuilding and aerospace industries, Sen. Chris Murphy has complained to Defense Secretary...

State to celebrate 100 years of submarine activity

The state is planning a year-long celebration to start in October, honoring 100 years of submarine activity in Connecticut.



Smartphone apps link Greater New Haven college students to safety

Several universities in the area offer such apps, with names such as LiveSafe at Yale University, Rave Guardian at Quinnipiac University and at the University of New Haven.

More rain, flooding forecast along soggy East Coast

More heavy rain and flooding forecast along parts off waterlogged East Coast

Connecticut agency to play key role in Anthem, Cigna merger

Connecticut insurance department to play key role in proposed Anthem/Cigna merger