Video, photos bring 2015 New London shooting into focus at murder trial

On the morning of Dec. 11, 2015, the chaos that had erupted the previous night in a northern New London neighborhood came into sharp focus through the lenses of detectives' cameras.

Police logs - Jan. 18, 2018

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Police ID victim of downtown Norwich stabbing

Police have identified the man who was seriously injured Sunday in a downtown Norwich stabbing.

Police: Teen threatened resident with knife in Montville home invasion

State police on Tuesday arrested a 17-year-old who allegedly invaded a Pequot Road apartment Sunday, threatened its occupant with a knife and stole $15.

Noontime crash slows traffic on Gold Star Bridge

A two-car crash temporarily closed two lanes of the southbound side of the Gold Star Memorial Bridge Wednesday morning.

First responders describe New London murder scene as trial begins

Shaquan Lee-Seales, 21, is arraigned on murder charges at Geographical Area 10 Courthouse in New London on June 6, 2016. His trial began Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. (Tim Martin/The Day)

New London Police Lt. Robert Pickett and other first responders testified Tuesday as the murder trial of Shaquan Lee-Seales began in New London Superior Court.

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Proposed cross-sound bridge would bypass New London ferries

New York Gov. Cuomo is proposing a link across Long Island Sound by bridge or tunnel.

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Kindness in Real Life: Teen launches campaign that raises $3,000 for local homeless shelter

Hannah Mangiafico, 13, of Hebron recently delivered a $3,000 donation to the New London Homeless Hospitality Center. A church youth group trip and a dollar from her pastor inspired her to start a GoFundMe campaign to support the shelter. Mangiafico met with Cathy Zall, director of the center, to deliver the donation. (photo courtesy of Rob Mangiafico)

A church youth group tour of the New London Hospitality Center in November netted the shelter a $3,000 donation after one of the teens was inspired by her visit to help.

Local officials, transit workers raise concerns over transportation cuts

A SEAT bus makes the turn from State Street onto Water Street in New London as a winter storm blankets the region in snow on Feb. 8, 2016. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

As the state grapples with how to fix its transportation fund, local officials and transit workers voiced concerns to the state Department of Transportation commissioner on Wednesday over the impact of proposed cuts.

New London pitches pay-per-bag program in city

The city made its first public pitch on Wednesday for a pay-as-you-throw trash program that officials say will reduce city costs by increasing recycling rates.

Report: St. Edmund Retreat Center in Mystic not violating zoning rules

A group of Masons Island residents is fighting plans to replace this deteriorating sea wall on Enders Island. A new report says the longtime religious retreat is not violating town zoning regulations. (Joe Wojtas/The Day)

After an extensive review, town planning officials have issued a detailed report that finds the St. Edmund Retreat Center on Masons Island is not violating local zoning regulations.

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Headless chickens found in Connecticut courtroom

Authorities in Connecticut are investigating the discovery of two decapitated chickens inside a courtroom

Former Greenwich teacher gets probation for inappropriate texts

A former theater teacher at a Connecticut private school has been sentenced to two years' probation for sending inappropriate text messages to a 15-year-old student