State college system president defends restructuring plan at Three Rivers


The president of the governing system that oversees the state’s community colleges and regional state universities made his case to Three Rivers Community College for the restructuring plan that he says would help the system out of a...

Recovery coaches fill a vital need of overdose patients

For the past week, overdose patients at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital have been offered a new service that could keep them from coming back.

Proposal could lead to resignation of Norwich utilities commission leaders

City Council Republicans are considering a proposal that would call for the two embattled leaders of the city utilities commission to step down over their participation in a controversial trip to the Kentucky Derby last May if the council drops its...

Amtrak train strikes person in Madison

Amtrak's high-speed Acela train struck a person on the tracks Wednesday night.

Task force, Ledyard police arrest man in suspected heroin dealing

Police say a man suspected of selling heroin in Ledyard and Groton was arrested with 345 grams of heroin and an infant child in his vehicle Wednesday afternoon after an investigation.

Police: Off-duty officer punched elderly Foxwoods employee in the face

A Rhode Island police officer charged with punching a 73-year-old casino bathroom attendant because "the water was too cold" is seeking to avoid prison time

Ledyard police charge juvenile in Instagram hit list case

Police on Saturday evening located and charged the juvenile they said created an Instagram account that included an apparent hit list that named Ledyard High School students.

Small electrical fire quickly contained at New London nursing home

A small electrical fire at Harbor Village North Rehabilitation and Nursing Center at 78 Viets Street Extension was quickly contained before firefighters arrived on Monday.

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Art by military members and their families is focus of upcoming Hygienic exhibition

More than 100 pieces of art, mostly by veterans and active service members, will be showcased as part of "Journeys Onward," a new exhibition opening Saturday at Hygienic Art.

Groton-Mystic lacrosse team to play in tournament to honor veterans

A group of kids from the Groton-Mystic Lacrosse Association will combine their love of the sport with an opportunity to support wounded veterans.

Thames River Detachment meeting

Norwich — The Thames River Detachment of the Marine Corps League will hold a planning meeting at 7 p.m. on April 25 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars post at ‪30 Connecticut Ave. ‪  Planning for...

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Attorney: Hernandez hinted at suicide weeks before his death

A jailhouse friend of Aaron Hernandez is suggesting the former NFL star hinted at his suicide weeks before he was found hanging by a bedsheet in his prison cell last week

Connecticut man charged with sending drugs to charity

A Connecticut man charged with having three pounds of a powerful hallucinogenic drug sent to the offices of an international charity has pleaded not guilty

Reports of dog attacks interrupt Connecticut mail service

Some residents of a Connecticut neighborhood aren't receiving their mail at home anymore because a local dog is reportedly biting the mailmen