Rockin’ the day away in East Lyme

Len Murray of Canterbury relaxes on the rocks Wednesday below the pavilion at Rocky Neck State Park.

New London students create stained glass

Students at the Regional Multicultural Magnet School in New London work on tiles that will be combined into a stained glass window and installed in the school.

McQuade's Marketplace appeals approval of Coogan Farm Nature and Heritage Center

The appeal of the Stonington Planning and Zoning Commission's approval has the immediate effect of potentially delaying the project.

Arson fire displaces eight early Thursday in New London

A two-alarm fire that displaced eight tenants early Thursday was intentionally set, New London Fire Battalion Chief Keith Nichols said.

Norwich police officer earns top graduate award from police academy

Norwich Police Officer Jared M. Szuba has earned the Top Graduate Award for finishing at the top of his class at the Connecticut Police Academy

12 people displaced in New London fire

The American Red Cross is helping 12 people in 10 families after they were temporarily displaced by a Tuesday night fire that tore through one apartment and left several other units with smoke damage at the Nutmeg Woods complex at 175 Hawthorne...

Police seek missing 14-year-old Norwich runaway

Police on Wednesday issued a statewide Silver Alert for a 14-year-old Norwich girl who may have run away to New York or Florida.

Bank Street in New London reopened after rollover

A section of Bank Street temporarily was closed Tuesday following a two-vehicle crash and rollover.



From gas station to wine bar

A former Mystic gas station proposed as a wine bar is clean

A world without spares: Stranded 3 1/2 hours in an electric Volt

Onstar and GM roadside assistance left us by the side of the road in a snowstorm.


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Newport opposes proposed state luxury tax on pricey homes

Newport votes opposition to second-home tax, urges state lawmakers to reject luxury levy

Report: Connecticut lags behind much of U.S. in personal income rise

Hartford — New federal statistics show Connecticut residents failed to see their incomes rise as much last year as most other Americans did. The U.S. Commerce Department reported Wednesday that Connecticut was 39th among the states...

Hartford sues to end group arrangement in city home

Hartford — The city of Hartford is suing a group of homeowners, demanding an end to a living arrangement among eight adults and three children. The Hartford Courant reports that officials say the residents in the city's wealthiest...