Case of slain Norwich woman prompts 'Casey's Law' proposal

"Casey's Law," which U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Republican Senator John Cornyn introduced last week before lawmakers recessed for the summer, would establish criteria to identify and hold accountable countries that "systematically refuse or...

Waterford police arrest Mystic man after high-speed chase

Waterford — Police arrested a Mystic man Friday after he led police in a high-speed car chase through Waterford, New London, Montville, Norwich and Salem, stopping only after police deflated his tires and his car into a wall in New London.

Police logs - July 25

Arrests by state and local police departments.

For newest police recruits, helping the community comes first

Despite being in the midst of what many consider a volatile time for police, these men and woman wanted to go into law enforcement.

Fallen utility lines cause fires, close road in East Lyme

Great Neck Road in East Lyme is closed at West Main Street after utility lines fell on trees in the area Saturday night.

Police logs - July 24, 2016

Arrests by state and local police departments.

The 'Candy Man' helps burn victims get past their scars

Since 1991, the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation has been running a one-week camp each summer in an attempt to provide emotional healing and boost confidence in children who’ve suffered serious burns.



A debate question for Rep. Hewett

The strange tale of a lawmaker who surreptitiously introduced a lobbyist's plan for a new taxing...


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Sen. Looney urges state regulators to press for pricing data from Yale-New Haven, L+M

State Senate President Martin M. Looney, D-New Haven, on Monday urged regulators from the Office of Health Care Access not to proceed with its review the proposed merger of Yale-New Haven and Lawrence Memorial until they have received critical...

Harkness Family Day canceled due to state budget cuts

Citing state budget cuts that have reduced hours for park staff, the Friends of Harkness Memorial State Park announced Monday that it has decided to cancel this year’s Family Day event, which has taken place in early September for the past 25...

Family Day events planned at New London, Groton City farmers markets

The New London and Groton City Field of Greens Farmers Markets will host Family Day events this week.



U.S. Naval War College welcomes a new president

The U.S. Naval War College in Rhode Island is welcoming a new president

Fewer women in office than men in Connecticut

Women are trailing men in Connecticut when it comes to elected representation in city halls, the state legislature and Congress