Downtown New London bar found liable for beating injuries

A six-member jury found on Sept. 22 that The Exchange, formally known as the Exchange Group LLC, failed to adequately train and supervise its employees and failed to maintain safe conditions.

Police looking for man possibly connected to several Waterford burglaries

Police are asking residents to be on the lookout after a suspect in several burglaries was reported in the 100 block of Spithead Road on Friday morning.

Norwich firefighters extinguish fire in downtown building

City firefighters on Thursday extinguished a fire in a second-floor apartment at 321 Main St., known as the Alice Building.

Police logs – Sept. 30, 2016

Arrests by state and local police departments.

Norwich police officer to receive federal award

A local officer next week will be honored with a federal award for his outstanding community policing work, Sgt. First Class John Perry said in a Wednesday evening news release.

Stabbing in New London sends two to hospital

Two people are in the hospital after apparently being stabbed Wednesday night, police said Thursday morning.

Four men charged with assault after fight in Norwich residence

Police on Wednesday evening arrested four local residents after they allegedly seriously injured another resident in a Town Street apartment, police said.

State's crime statistics fluctuate, but most reflect national decline

Each year when the Federal Bureau of Investigation releases its statistics on crime, dozens of similar-sounding headlines pop up: “Crime rate down for nth straight year, politician touts policies as reason.”

Police logs – Sept. 2, 2016

Arrests by state and local police departments.

California man sentenced in Connecticut for false advertisements

A California man was sentenced in New Haven on Wednesday in connection with using a New London-based marketing firm for advertising mortgage modification services.

Montville police investigating fatal overdose

Police said they are investigating after a man died of a suspected opioid overdose Tuesday evening.

New London man charged in Stonington burglaries

A New London man apprehended Sunday during an East Lyme burglary spree has now been charged in connection with five burglaries here over the past month, including one at Deans Mill School.

Police identify man injured in New London shooting

One man was shot Tuesday afternoon in the area of Adelaide Street, Deputy Chief Peter Reichard said.

North Stonington residents warned about IRS imposter scam

Residents should be aware about an ongoing phone scam involving individuals pretending to be from the Internal Revenue Service, state police said Tuesday.

Portion of Ledyard Street closed in New London

Ledyard Street is closed near its intersection with Broad Street after a power line came down in the area near 6 a.m., according to fire officials.

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