Police logs - May 23

Arrests by state and local departments around the region.

Groton police arrest three men in BB gun fight

Police responded to a call Friday night about a fight on Indian Avenue, where witnesses told them that Michael A. Smith, 22, had shot Michael J. West, 26, and West’s car with a BB gun earlier in the night.

Waterford police looking for man who stole donation jar

Police are looking for man who entered the Hess gas station on Boston Post Road on Tuesday, May 16, and stole a donation jar for “ Friday’s Dog Rescue Foundation” that was on the counter.

Police logs - May 22

Arrests by state and local police departments in the region



A heartening rally, in the time of Trump

Wednesday's chants by Trump protesters will reverberate in Connecticut politics.


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Westerly Land Trust announces acquisition of new parcel

The Westerly Land Trust announced Monday that is has expanded its Sunnyacres Preserve by purchasing four acres of land on Post Road in Westerly from Carolyn Basham.

Malloy, unions close to tentative deal on nearly $1.6B in concessions over 2 years

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and state employee unions stand on the cusp of a concessions deal worth close to $1.6 billion over the next two fiscal years, sources close to the talks said.

Program scheduled for Thursday in Stonington to remember fallen war vets

At 6 p.m. Thursday at the La Grua Center, 32 Water St., David Erskine will share his findings in a program called “Lest We Forget, Stonington’s Bravest Who Gave Their Lives in World War II, Korea and Vietnam,” sharing 64...

Ledyard Chamber Choir rehearsal

Ledyard High School's Chamber Choir rehearses for their upcoming year-end concert, Monday. The choir has been invited to sing back-up to Barry Manilow at this weekend's concert at Foxwoods.



Memorial park opens at site of nightclub fire where 100 died

Hundreds have gathered at the opening of a memorial park at the site of a 2003 nightclub fire in Rhode Island that killed 100 people

Times Square driver says he tried to get mental help

A man accused of mowing down pedestrians in Times Square, killing a teenage Michigan tourist and injuring 22 others, says he had been trying to get psychiatric help

Oprah Winfrey tells grads to seek fulfillment in service

Oprah Winfrey says Smith College graduates should seek fulfillment by serving others

EPA workers plan Boston rally to protest proposed budget cuts

Environmental Protection Agency employees from New England are planning a march and rally in Boston to protest federal budget cuts proposed for the agency