Judge says East Lyme commission must reconsider sewage capacity for Oswegatchie Hills development

A state Superior Court judge has ordered the town's Water and Sewer Commission to reconsider the sewage capacity allocated to a proposed residential development in the Oswegatchie Hills.

Groton to seek permission to create Airport Development Zone

The town plans to file an application by the end of this month to create an airport development zone around Groton-New London Airport, which could provide tax breaks to manufacturing and other businesses that locate within a 2-mile radius and create...

Mystic Boat Show

Antique and classic vessels pass through the Mystic Drawbridge, including the "Sinbad IV," left, of Mystic, owned by Charles Woods Jr., during the annual Boat Parade along the Mystic River, Sunday.

Construction work ongoing on several Waterford roads

In addition to Waterford Parkway North and Waterford Parkway South, crews also will be working on Clark Lane and Spithead and Old Colchester roads this week, police said.

Police issue Silver Alert for missing Ledyard teen

Jayla Lasane is described as a black female with black hair and brown eyes, weighing 115 pounds and standing a little over 5 feet tall.

Two Wednesday night crashes in Lyme result in one minor injury

Only one person was injured in two separate crashes that occurred within minutes of each other on Blood Street on Wednesday night, according to state police.

Coast Guard Station New London crew rescues pair near Plum Island

Members of Coast Guard Station New London and the Goshen Fire Department on Wednesday night rescued one man and one woman from a boat that was taking on water near Plum Island.

Firefighters contain brush fire in Ledyard, Whalehead Road reopened

Firefighters from Ledyard, Gales Ferry and several surrounding towns on Thursday battled a stubborn brush fire off Whalehead Road.

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Naval Submarine School celebrates staff excellence

Groton — Navy Diver 1st Class Ryan Foster is Naval Submarine School's Sailor of the Third Quarter 2016. Foster was selected July 11, in award ceremonies sponsored by the Fleet Reserve Association, Branch 20. Foster is the...

Destroyer vets can find out about reunions on Tin Can Sailors

Attention destroyer veterans: Is your ship having a reunion? If you'd like to learn about it contact us and we'll let you know. More than 475 ship reunions are registered with Tin Can Sailors. Call 1 877-846-2267 or email

Norwich native graduates from Marine Corps Officer Candidate School

Norwich — Connor McMahon, of Norwich‎, graduated from Marine Corps Officer Candidate School on July 2. McMahon is a 2013 graduate of Norwich Free Academy and is a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Midshipman 1st Class...

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Fire at Block Island power leads to rolling blackouts

Rolling blackouts were in effect on Block Island after a fire at the island's only power plant

Home invasion killer to be resentenced to life in prison

One of two men sent to Connecticut's death row for the slayings of a mother and her two daughters during a 2007 home invasion is set to be resentenced to life in prison because the state abolished the death penalty

Lawmakers to unveil bill after immigrant's murder conviction

Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Rep. Joe Courtney are proposing a law that would crack down on countries that refuse or delay U.S. officials' attempts to deport dangerous criminals