Police: No serious injuries after 7-vehicle crash on I-95 in Waterford

A smashed-up car is seen on Interstate 95 south in Waterford after a tractor-trailer crashed into several vehicles there Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.   (Tim Martin/The Day)

Although crews have cleared up a Thursday afternoon crash that involved a tractor-trailer and six other vehicles, residual delays remain on Interstate 95 south.

Overnight crash in Waterford leaves Uncasville man dead

Interstate 395 south has reopened after a fatal, single-car crash forced crews to close the highway for almost three hours Thursday morning.

Police charge 5 Stonington High boys with disseminating sexual images of classmates

Police say they have charged five male students at Stonington High School with disseminating doctored and actual sexual images of some female classmates to other students last month.

Police: Former Bacon Academy student made threat on Instagram

Police arrested a former Bacon Academy High School student Tuesday after he allegedly made a threat related to his school via the social media platform Instagram.



Attorney general recuses himself from Connecticut Landmarks investigation

Jepsen issued a statement recusing himself after being asked about a 2013 fundraiser for Landmarks...


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Legislators buck Senate co-chairs, keep casino expansion alive

The legislature’s Public Safety and Security Committee voted 18-6 to override the Senate co-chairs by adding casino gambling to the panel’s agenda and then approving the subject for further debate and a public hearing.

Author appears at Pine Point as part of ‘Culture Jam’

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More than 70 elementary school students from Pine Point School in Stonington were treated this month to a reading and discussion of the book, “What Really Matters,” by author and The Elms resident Ralph A. Redding of Westerly.

Students participate in mock trial

Students from Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School attended the Civics First statewide Mock Trial Competition on Feb. 6. (photo submitted)

Students from Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in New London attended Civics First’s statewide Mock Trial Competition on Feb. 6, the first time the city has sent students to the competition.

New London poised to begin $98 million high school project

With state funding for a $98 million high school construction project in jeopardy, the school district is rushing to get a shovel in the ground and meet a summer deadline to mark the start of a nearly $150 million overhaul of its high school and...



Mayor: Driver crashed car into Middlesex Hospital, set himself on fire

Police: Driver intentionally crashed into a Connecticut hospital emergency room with a car that burst into flames.

Police: Man threatened to kill town official over potholes

Police say a Massachusetts man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill a town official over potholes in the road near his home

Court case continued for woman accused of lying about rape

Court case of former Connecticut college student accused of lying about being raped by two university football players continued for a week amid pending defense motions to dismiss the case and suppress evidence

Man acquitted of murdering drug dealer's identical twin

A Bridgeport man has been acquitted in the shooting death of an aspiring musician who police say likely was mistaken for the victim's twin brother