Mother pleads guilty in New London baby burn case

New London Police said that a week before the incident, a repairman had adjusted the temperature of the water heater to the maximum setting after Mendez-Marchany complained the water was not hot enough.

Driver of motorized cart transported by Life Star helicopter after collision in Stonington

Although South Broad Street has been reopened, the investigation into a Wednesday morning crash that sent one person to the hospital via Life Star helicopter is just beginning, police said.

Juvenile arrested following threat against Kelly Middle School

Police on Wednesday morning arrested a juvenile who allegedly posted threatening information regarding Kelly Middle School on social media.

Police logs - May 26

Arrests by state and local police departments.

Connecticut U.S. Attorney: Local men staged 50 accidents to defraud insurance companies

Six local residents are facing federal charges after allegedly staging about 50 car accidents in order to fraudulently collect hundreds of thousands of dollars from insurance companies, according to Connecticut U.S. Attorney Deirdre M. Daly.

Fire destroys Pawcatuck garage

Pawcatuck firefighters extinguished a fire Monday night that destroyed a garage and its contents at 6 Andrews St.

Alleged drunken driver arrested for comment about setting fire to Stonington police station

A Pawtucket, R.I., woman was arrested Tuesday morning when she made a comment about setting the police department on fire just minutes after being released following a drunken driving arrest a few hours earlier.



A sunny new season

Good things seem to be in the air, with the change of seasons.


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The student becomes the master

Jibreel Santiago tried to keep it simple as he taught his “students” how to program a Lego robot.

A day at the beach

New friends Daniel Quiroa, 10, left, of Groton and John Tatsey, 9, of Putnam play in the sand while spending a nice summer-like day at Ocean Beach Park in New London, Wednesday.

Strawberry festival brings some sweetness to Salem Memorial Day parade

What started as a fundraiser for the Salem Historical Society has become a longstanding springtime tradition in town.

Preston prepares for negotiations with Mohegan tribe over former hospital property

Negotiations will kick off next week between officials from the Mohegan tribe and the town of Preston that should lead to a proposed purchase and sale agreement for the 393-acre former Norwich Hospital property.



Connecticut lawmakers urged to consider tougher e-cig laws

Connecticut lawmakers are being urged to pass tougher restrictions on electronic cigarettes and vapor products, such as taxing them the same as tobacco cigarettes and banning flavors

US agency loses $450K camera during underwater scallop study

Researchers on a vessel chartered by the federal government have lost a $450,000 underwater camera, delaying surveys important to the scallop industry