Landmarks can’t meet Forge Farm bequest terms

The preservation society contends the property is not the example of early American architecture...


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New London commission could consider marijuana dispensary application

A New Britain pharmacist and pharmacy owner is considering New London for one of the state’s newest marijuana dispensaries and testing the city’s zoning regulations in the process.

Building the Gold Star bridge was no ordinary construction project

Piers for the new bridge cut a swath through the East New London neighborhood in 1941, after dozens of homes were demolished. (Connecticut Department of Transportation)

Seventy-five years ago Tuesday, the mile-long span opened for business after an eventful construction effort completed against the backdrop of World War II.

Auto dealers clash with Tesla as state pushes for more electric cars

As state regulators look to cut greenhouse gas emissions by helping to deploy more efficient cars, auto dealers and the country's top seller of electric vehicles remain at odds.

Beer with a side of toxicology, steampunk and music

Mike Zaccaro and Dayne Laskey are in the early stages of getting Tox Brewing Company up and running at 635 Broad St., formerly Jacques Fruit Store.



Connecticut students organizing national walkout about guns

Ridgefield High School students Lane Murdock, second from left, and Paul Kim, second from right, stand with Connecticut Sens. Richard Blumenthal, left, and Chris Murphy, right, at the Connecticut Legislative Office Building Friday, Feb. 23, 2018, in Hartford, Conn. Murdock and Kim are among a trio of Connecticut high schoolers working to organize a national school walkout to demand an end to gun violence. (AP Photo/Susan Haigh)

A trio of Connecticut students, led by a 15-year-old who began an online petition, is organizing a national school walkout to demand an end to gun violence

Cop who had part of ear bitten off in fight sues bar for negligence

A judge has refused to dismiss a negligence lawsuit against a Massachusetts restaurant for its alleged role in an attack on a police officer who had a piece of her ear bitten off

Authorities consider terror charges in Planned Parenthood crash

This undated photo provided by the Essex County Prosecutor's Office in Newark, N.J., shows Marckles Alcius, a Massachusetts man who prosecutors say deliberately crashed a stolen bakery delivery truck into a Planned Parenthood clinic on Feb. 14, 2018, in East Orange, N.J., injuring three people including a pregnant woman. Alcius began researching locations of Planned Parenthood clinics more than a year earlier, prosecutors said Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Alcius, a Haitian national who is not a U.S. citizen but is believed to be in the country legally, faces charges including aggravated assault and attempting to cause widespread injury or damage. The New Jersey state attorney general's office will review the case to see if terrorism charges should be filed. (Essex County Prosecutor's Office via AP)

Authorities in New Jersey are considering filing terrorism charges against a Massachusetts man accused of deliberately crashing a stolen bakery delivery truck into a Planned Parenthood clinic

Woman to pay restitution to elderly mother for $83K theft

A Massachusetts woman accused of stealing more than $83,000 from her elderly mother has been ordered to pay back most of the money