Vehicle stolen from New London recovered in Groton

Town police on Sunday arrested a 21-year-old after they found him driving a vehicle he allegedly stole out of New London.

Police: Suspect shot toward crowd of partygoers in Norwich

Police are investigating after someone fired gunshots toward a crowd departing a large house party in the area of McKinley Avenue about 11:10 p.m. Tuesday.

Jury finds former Lisbon man guilty of five sexual assault counts

The verdict ended a trial in which five young women who once babysat Crossley’s children or visited his family’s home accused him of sexually touching them between 2005 and 2010, when the women were all under the legal age of consent.

Police logs - July 26, 2017

Arrests by state and local departments around the region.



Who will pay for a bridge to Mason's Island?

A new report on flood risks for Stonington because of global warming will suggest expensive...


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Keeping history on the front burner

Groton's Anna Warner Bailey tended to the wounded during the battle at Fort Griswold as well as during the War of 1812.

Lester Soltz, 94, last among meat market brothers

Lester "Lazar" Soltz had been the last living Soltz brother of Soltz Meat Markets, the New London institution that began with their grandfather in 1894 and lasted until a little over a decade ago. He died on July 6, at age 94, at Lawrence + Memorial...

Malloy orders viability study of Millstone

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed an executive order Tuesday that tasks state agencies with studying the "current and projected economic viability for the continued operation of" the Millstone Power Station.

Stonington Point map points out locations in three states

The Stonington Village Improvement Association has erected an informational map on the lawn at Stonington Point that illustrates the various sites in Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York that visitors can see from the panoramic location.



Police: Woman arrested after topless road rage attack

Police say a Massachusetts woman has been arrested after removing her shirt and charging topless toward an off-duty police officer

Conn. housekeeper welcomes role as symbol in deportation fights

A housekeeper who's secured sanctuary inside a Connecticut church says she's comfortable being a symbol in the push to change immigration laws

Commuter rail to link Connecticut suburbs to big cities

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy says a commuter rail project costing nearly $700 million will connect the state's suburbs to New York, Boston and other big cities

Fishermen taking fight over monitors to Supreme Court

A New England fishermen's group is taking its fight over the cost of monitors who collect sea data to the U.S. Supreme Court