Old Saybrook committee to host presentation on climate change, sea level rise

The Old Saybrook Sea Level Rise Committee will host a presentation and discussion about the effects of climate change and sea level rise in Old Saybrook.

National Parks Passport locations added in The Last Green Valley

The Last Green Valley on Monday announced three new locations where people can have their National Park Passports stamped in the National Heritage Corridor.

Region has two days to celebrate the outdoors and the start of summer

Parks and recreation departments from across southeastern Connecticut are joining together to get children and families outdoors with a series of events called the Park R.A.C.E.

Man charged with passing bogus bills at Mohegan Sun

Tribal police on Saturday arrested a Waterbury man on charges he passed 41 counterfeit bills over a two-week period at Mohegan Sun.

Montville police hand out 218 citations in 2-week period

Montville police, in conjunction with the Montville Resident Trooper’s Office, cited 109 people for motor vehicle violations and another 81 for seat belt violations.

2 Old Lyme police officers injured during weekend arrest

A Torrington man was arrested early Sunday after state police said he attacked two Old Lyme police officers who were attempting to arrest him.

Charges upgraded for Norwich driver in fatal crash

Charges were upgraded Monday for the Norwich man who police said left the scene of a crash early Sunday in Montville that left one man dead and four of his passengers injured.

Police investigate Little League concession stand thefts in New London, East Lyme

A Little League concession stand on the baseball fields of Mitchell Woods on Montauk Avenue was burglarized over the weekend while a theft was also reported at a field in East Lyme.



Memo to Chief Ackley: The gag order is gone

New London police Chief Margaret Ackley needs to make some public comment about her plans.


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Rendon takes the helm from Stosz at Coast Guard Academy

Less than 24 hours after being confirmed as vice admiral, Sandra Stosz was relieved of her duties as the superintendent of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy by Rear Adm. James Rendon during a change-of-command ceremony.

USS Alexandria Class joins the fleet

Groton — Seventy-five sailors of "Class 15260" USS Alexandria (SSN-757), graduated from Basic Enlisted Submarine School on May 29. Seaman Andrew Moy was class honorman with a 99.15 GPA. Moy, who was also the recipient of the Navy...

International Ice Patrol commemorates WWII Greenland Patrol

New London — To remember the sacrifices and dedication of the World War II Greenland Patrol (1940-45), the U.S. Coast Guard International Ice Patrol, the First Coast Guard District, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, the U.S. Coast Guard...



911 caller: Woman threatened suicide before kids found dead

911 caller: Woman threatened suicide before her 2 children were found dead in Connecticut home

Judge dismisses gamblers' $3M lawsuit against Foxwoods

Connecticut judge dismisses gamblers' $3M lawsuit against Foxwoods over card-monitoring scheme

Proposed state budget diverts most new transportation dollars

While the tentative state budget deal technically dedicates $436 million in sales tax receipts over the next two years to stabilize transportation finances and back a major infrastructure overhaul, that same spending plan effectively diverts more...