State warns of synthetic marijuana risks

The state departments of Public Health and Mental Health and Addiction Services warned Connecticut residents Tuesday about the dangers of synthetic marijuana.

Police investigating report of underage drinking party in Salem

State police said a car accident with injuries that occurred one mile from the party's alleged Darling Road location on April 25 prompted the investigation.

Montville residents earn rank of Eagle Scout

Boy Scout Troop 93 in Uncasville held an Eagle Court of Honor earlier this month for three of its scouts — Andrew Dossat, Bennett Stackpole and Kevin Vasquez — who earned the rank of Eagle Scout through Boy Scouts of America .

Norwich kayaker still missing after second full day of search

UPDATED: Police were unsuccessful Tuesday in locating a missing 17-year-old Norwich high school student whose kayak capsized in the Shetucket River on Sunday night.

Tainted marijuana sickens users in Willimantic

Willimantic police investigating after marijuana users hospitalized with psychotic symptoms

New London police department seeks state accreditation

The New London Police Department is seeking a renewal of Tier 1 state accreditation last achieved in 2011.

Bomb threat Monday forced Mystic Aquarium evacuation

A bomb threat forced the evacuation of Mystic Aquarium for two hours Monday afternoon.

Search for missing kayaker in Norwich suspended at dusk Monday

A search for a missing Kayaker in Norwich was suspended at dusk on Monday and is expected to continue today.



New London wanted a full-time mayor, not a king

Was New London's transition to a mayoral form of government a mistake?


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Coast Guard Museum Association gets CEO, president

The National Coast Guard Museum Association has selected attorney Richard Grahn, who formerly served as secretary of its board, as president and CEO of its board. Grahn officially started in his new post on May 1.

SUBASE Security Drills will include Live Automatic Weapons Firing with Blanks

During the next two weeks, Naval Security Force drills along the waterfront of Naval Submarine Base New London (SUBASE) will include live automatic weapons firing with blanks.

USS Norfolk Class Joins the Fleet

Sixty-two sailors of "Class 15220" USS Norfolk (SSN-714), graduated from Basic Enlisted Submarine School on May 1.



State tax debate: Whose plan really helps the middle class?

As state budget negotiations enter their final stage this week, the main players in this drama might be farther apart than at any previous time during Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration.

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