Groton Town police arrest third suspect in 99 Restaurant shooting

Police have arrested a third person in connection with the Oct. 2 shooting of a 17-year-old in the parking lot of the 99 Restaurant on Long Hill Road.

Police logs - Oct. 21, 2016

Arrests by state and local police departments.

Ledyard man arrested in domestic incident

The man faces charges of second-degree strangulation, threatening, third-degree assault, second-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

More than 10 places participating in drug take-back day

Multiple state police barracks will be among the many locations where residents can drop off unwanted prescription medications from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.



Bet on new Connecticut taxes

Candidates for the General Assembly have not suggested many meaningful solutions to the state's...


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Dozens of utility, municipal officials attended $342,000 Kentucky Derby 'retreat'

A lavish most-expenses paid trip to the Kentucky Derby hosted by the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative billed as “strategic retreats” for dozens of board members, municipal officials and guests affiliated with the...

HOPE completes 16th project in Belden Street area

After the ribbon cutting and the speeches, in the end it's always the buyers of affordable homes in formerly rough neighborhoods who have to make a go of it, and on Friday at 61 Belden St. Puerto Rican native Elba Nieves-Navedo could barely contain...

Opening of New London time capsule set for next month

After several unsuccessful attempts that nearly led city officials to give up, masons have uncovered and chiseled out a century-old time capsule from the cornerstone at City Hall.



6 arrested at protest of natural gas pipeline in Vermont

Police say six people from Vermont, Massachusetts and New Hampshire have been arrested while protesting a natural gas pipeline in the town of Hinesburg

Malloy administration estimates deficit only $5.7 million

Malloy's budget office estimates Connecticut's main spending account only $5.7 million in deficit; figure at odds with legislative office's $78 million estimate

Man accused of videotaping women in UConn Law Library bathroom

A Hartford man faces voyeurism charges after he used his cellphone to record videos of women using the bathroom in UConn's law library, police said.

Massachusetts Senate President: I'm voting for pot question

Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg says he's planning to vote for a ballot question that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in the state