Groton City police issue alert for missing man

City police are searching for a 35-year-old who went missing Monday.

Silver alert issued for missing New London child

Police have issued a silver alert for a missing 12-year-old child.

No one injured after car hits utility pole, flips upside down in Stonington

A driver heading north veered off the road and hit a utility pole in the area of 282 Elm St., causing the car to flip onto its roof and the pole to snap in half, police said.

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Arrests by state and local departments around the region.

Gingerella's accused killer to go to trial in 2018

Dante Hughes was arraigned last year in New London Superior Court on one count of murder and one count of domestic violence. Hughes is accused of shooting Joey Gingerella outside of Ryan's Pub about 1:30 a.m. Dec. 11, when Gingerella left the bar to try to stop Hughes from assaulting a woman in the parking lot, according to witnesses. rejected an offer from the state Monday to plead guilty in exchange for a 40-year prison sentence. (NBC Connecticut/Pool)

Dante A. Hughes, accused of fatally shooting Joey Gingerella in the parking lot of Ryan's Pub on Dec. 11, 2016, rejected an offer from the state Monday to plead guilty in exchange for a 40-year prison sentence.

Police search for suspect who stole cash from Norwich Five Guys' safe

Police are investigating the theft of cash from a safe at the Five Guys restaurant on Salem Turnpike early Sunday morning.

Missing New London lion statue found in baby stroller

The lion statue that belongs on the porch at 160 Broad St. in New London, pictured on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, was found a mile away in a child's stroller after it went missing last week. (Courtesy of Bob Paolino)

A lion statue that went missing Wednesday is back home at its owner’s Broad Street home after it was found abandoned in a child’s stroller Saturday morning.

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Resurrecting a wrestling tradition

CJ Satti holds little wrestlers Calvin Carmody and Robert Sommers in 2015 after their first tournament. (Photo submitted)

New London resident and LHS wrestling champ CJ Satti is bringing his alma mater's success on the mats back to his hometown.

S&P raises L+M Hospital's debt rating to 'A+'

Nearly a year-and-a-half after lowering Lawrence + Memorial Hospital's debt rating because of "weaker than expected system operating performance," Standard and Poor's has raised it back up to an "A+" rating.

NL council makes more education cuts while it awaits state budget

The City Council on Monday approved drastic cuts to the school district in response to what councilors say is the likelihood of state cuts.

School administrator apologizes for New London school bus incident

A school administrator embroiled in a controversy that led to the reassignment of a bus driver last month has issued a public apology.

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State's 1st hemodialysis unit for dogs and cats opens in Shelton

VCA Shoreline Veterinary Referral & Emergency Center has opened the first Hemodialysis Unit for dogs and cats in the state of Connecticut.

Malloy counters with ‘lean, no-frills, no-nonsense’ budget

Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, right, and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman speak with reporters, Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, in Hartford, Conn., about the fourth revised state budget that Malloy released Monday. Malloy said he hopes to help speed along closed-door budget talks between Democratic and Republican legislative leaders at the state Capitol. (AP Photo/Susan Haigh)

In a bid to end Connecticut’s budget stalemate and persuade legislators to abandon a legally questionable deferral of contributions to the state’s underfunded pension system, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy unveiled his fourth budget proposal...