Date set for Lighthouse Inn auction

The Lighthouse Inn will go to a public auction on Oct. 5, when the storied local landmark will go to the highest bidder.

Jump in New London school population leads to expansion of Harbor School

An influx of new students and need for more space has led the school district to expand the number of classes and grades at the Harbor School for the new school year that starts Thursday.

Eastern Pequots appeal denied petition for acknowledgment

The Historic Eastern Pequot Tribe has requested an appeal of the June 2 decision rejecting their petition for previous federal acknowledgment.

Emergency responders handled two crashes in 3 hours on I-95 Thursday

"Having two big accidents on one day is pretty uncommon," Morris said.

Reports of gunfire in New London lead to arrest

Reports of gunshots drew New London police to the area of 73 Blackhall St. on Thursday evening, and while no injured person was discovered, the investigation led to an arrest later that night.

Stonington borough woman charged with Facebook threat

A borough woman was charged with breach of peace Thursday afternoon after police say she posted a message on the Stonington Community forum Facebook page in which threatened to beat local youngsters with a bat.

Two New London residents facing drug charges after police searches

Police arrested two city residents Thursday morning under separate search warrants after they said they found cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia in a Hope Street apartment and a loaded handgun and narcotics in a house on Mountain Avenue.

Tractor-trailer leaves roadway, hits tree off I-95 in East Lyme

The right lane of Interstate 95 south is closed between exits 72 and 71 after a tractor-trailer left the roadway there and knocked down a tree, according to the state Department of Transportation.




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Quinnipiac University poll: Voters don’t trust Clinton, but she holds 10-point lead

A Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows the depth of how much of a lesser-than-two-evils election this year’s presidential race is.

DEEP: Don't eat fish from Quinnipiac River in Southington

Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is warning the public not to eat fish from a stretch of the Quinnipiac River in Southington

League official: No Hartford team if stadium isn't completed

Hartford could lose its minor league baseball team if there isn't immediate action to resume completion of its ballpark