Connecticut Landmarks is spending Palmer-Warner house endowment on other things

The attorney general's office has widened an investigation into Landmarks' Forge Farm in Stonington...


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'Tons of hope' but no magic formula for preventing next school shooting

While the country grapples with gun control, school safety and the long list of systemic failures that contributed to the Parkland school shooting, those who work with students, and the students themselves, are thinking about what they can do better...

Record year of cargo shipments expected for State Pier

Workers at the Adm. Harold E. Shear State Pier unload road salt from the Marshall Islands-registered bulk carrier Erasmos on Jan. 22, 2018.   (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

The operator of the State Pier facility is already forecasting a record year for cargo shipments coming into the city's deepwater port after the arrival of seven ships carrying salt, steel and lumber to the port so far in 2018, and another four...

Board to consider adding opioid addiction to medical marijuana conditions list

Lisa Silver Crow Perreault of Norwich, a patient of Dr. Stefana M. Pecher, uses her portable vaporizer with hash oil in Dr. Pecher's North Stonington office on Oct. 20, 2016. (Tim Martin/The Day)

On Monday, a board of Connecticut doctors will hear appeals to add four more conditions to the list of 22 conditions approved for medical marijuana treatment, including one not allowed in any other states with medical marijuana programs: opioid...

Easterns critical of state's involvement with gaming tribes

North Stonington tribe takes issue with a Connecticut congressional delegation’s call for an investigation into the Department of the Interior’s failure to act on state-tribe gaming amendments.



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