“Community center with tools” could spark New London’s creativity

Spark Makerspace, the brainchild of Hannah Gant of New London, would be a community space with a tool lending library, materials, and workspaces for professional and recreational artists.

Montville W.H.O. is neighbors helping neighbors

The Department of Senior and Social Services and the Montville We Help Other (WHO) group are available for Montville residents during times of need or crisis.

Mom raising funds to upgrade playground

Anna Reiter rallies Junior Women’s Club to help fix Cross Lane and Town Woods Park

820 bags of heroin seized from New London home

New London — State and New London police found more than 800 bags of heroin Sunday in a New London apartment when they attempted to locate a man who had a warrant out for his arrest.

Major power outage reported in Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook — More than 75 percent of the town is without power, according to Eversource.

Westbrook motorcycle driver, 73, dies after Saturday collision in Old Lyme

Wells R. Lippincott of 21 Lea Drive was transported by LifeStar helicopter to Hartford Hospital, where he died as a result of his injuries.

Montville firefighters fight Ridge Court blaze Saturday

Firefighters from several local departments extinguished a fire at a home on Ridge Court in Uncasville Saturday. No one was injured.

Dog rescued from Gales Ferry house fire

A Gales Ferry firefighter rescued a dog from a burning home Sunday afternoon.

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Fire officials say Connecticut state troopers saved sleeping man from fire

Fire officials say state troopers saved sleeping man from burning house

Windsor out, other towns pondering possibility of hosting Foxwoods, Sun satellite

Proposed satellite tribal casino prompts action from affected Connecticut towns, competitors

One in six species could be wiped out by climate change, study author from UConn says

About one in six species now alive on the planet could become extinct as a result of climate change, according to a study published in Friday’s edition of the journal Science.