Stonington police use fingerprints, footwork to solve borough bed and breakfast burglary

Stonington Police detectives used a combination of technologies and time-tested investigative techniques to track down the people they say sneaked into the Orchard Street Inn Bed & Breakfast on Halloween night in 2017 and carried away a safe...

Norwich police arrest sex offender for fifth alleged registry violation in 7 years

Norwich police arrested a registered sex offender Friday, charging him with his fifth registry violation in seven years.

Lee-Seales accepts plea deal in midst of murder trial

Shaquan Seales is arraigned on murder charges at GA 10 in New London on Monday, June 6, 2016. (Tim Martin/The Day)

The jury in New London Superior Court had heard two days of testimony from first responders and was about to hear from civilian witnesses when plea negotiations resumed.

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Coast Guard Museum chairman: 'It is just getting better and better'

James Coleman Jr., behind museum planning since 1999, says he is surprised at pessimism about the...

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EB official tours Ponemah Mill apartments as potential worker housing

Finbar O'Neill, Director of Operations for OneKey, center, explains details of what will be a public space for tenants as he and State Sen. Cathy Osten (D-Sprague), left, give Maura Dunn, right, VP of Human Resources for Electric Boat, a tour of the Lofts at Ponemah Mill project Friday, January 19, 2018. Osten is promoting the housing at the former textile mill for some of the new employees being hired at EB and invited Dunn to enlist her aid in getting the word out at the submarine maker. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

As Electric Boat continues recruiting to fill some 14,000 positions over the next 10 years, a question often is posed by non-local applicants: “What about housing in the region?” said Maura M. Dunn, EB vice president of Human Resources...

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Old Lyme selectmen outline tasks for police committee

The Board of Selectmen took a step this week toward forming a committee that will study options for policing — including collaboration with East Lyme — by approving the committee's charge.

Rep. France to hold town hall meeting next week in Ledyard

Rep. Mike France, R-Ledyard, plans to hold a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Jan. 29 at the Ledyard Town Hall Annex.

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Housing benefits extension in limbo for Puerto Rican families

Connecticut's governor and two U.S. Senators want the federal government to reverse its decision to end temporary housing benefits to 36 Puerto Rican families displaced by Hurricane Maria

Shutdown impact on CT would depend on how long it lasts

The impact of a government shutdown on Connecticut would depend on how long lawmakers fight over the budget.

Fiscal commission hopeful lawmakers will heed their ideas

Leaders of a new commission of mostly business executives are optimistic Connecticut lawmakers will head their recommendations

Man charged with generator fraud after Superstorm Sandy

Oregon man faces charges for stealing deposits for generators from Connecticut homeowners after Superstorm Sandy