Stonington police charge man with DUI after he rolls bucket truck

Police charged a Colchester man with driving under the influence and drug possession Thursday afternoon when the tree trimming bucket truck he was driving rolled over on Route 2 near Route 78 in Pawcatuck.

Groton Town police arrest trio on heroin and other drug charges

Town Police assisted by The Regional Community Enhancement Task Force, charged three people Saturday on multiple drug charges including selling heroin.

Police logs - June 26

Arrests by local and state police departments

Two arrested in Ocean Beach disturbance that drew large police response

An incident that brought numerous police cars from throughout the region to Ocean Beach Park on Saturday evening began with a report of a woman striking a child, according to New London police.



Battery and aviation pioneering, lots of history in one free exhibit

I learned at this new exhibit of paintings by Robert Brackman at the Mystic Museum of Art that a...


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A close-up view

A pair of paddle boarders watch as a U.S. Navy Los Angeles class attack submarine enters the Thames River off New London on Sunday.

Preston to hold public hearing on zoning regulations for Norwich Hospital property

A public hearing will be held Tuesday on proposed zoning regulations changes to the Thames River Design District, which includes the former Norwich Hospital property.

Lakes are getting saltier, study finds

Winter’s last chilly gasps yielded to spring warmth a while ago, but an unfortunate part of its legacy lives on in the region’s ponds and lakes now beckoning boaters and swimmers.

Arrests at Ocean Beach Park don't slow down busy beach weekend

Toddlers begged for ice cream cones, teenage couples flirted and grandfathers set up umbrellas in the sand as the summer rhythm at Ocean Beach Park went on as usual a day after a fight in the parking lot drew police officers from multiple...



Lawsuits: Officer used excessive force in several cases

Eight brutality lawsuits settled over the past 10 months paint a disturbing picture of a former Connecticut police officer

Feds look to improve cod catch data with electronic monitors

Federal fishing regulators are working on new rules to try to get better information about the catch of cod and other valuable fish species in the Northeast

Pretrial discussions set for man accused of killing parents

The case of a Connecticut man accused of killing his parents after they threatened to cut him out of their wills is set to return before a judge for more pretrial discussions

Woman accused of lying about rape to decide on plea deal

A former Sacred Heart University student accused of lying about being raped by two school football players in Connecticut is to decide this week on a plea deal offer that calls for a two-year prison sentence