Massachusetts man charged with Norwich car burglaries

City police arrested a Northbridge, Mass. man Monday on more than 20 charges stemming from a month-long spree of vehicle burglaries in the Cherry Hill neighborhood last summer.

Police logs - June 27

Arrests by state and local departments from around the region.

State Police Troop F to conduct DWI enforcement during holiday weekend

Additional state troopers will be conducting drunken-driving enforcement prior to and during the July 4th holiday weekend, police said in a press release.

New London firefighters revive overdose victim in Williams Memorial Park

Firefighters revived a man who overdosed Monday morning in Williams Memorial Park.

Box truck collides with Walbach Street railroad bridge

A box truck on Walbach Street clipped the bottom of the railroad bridge Monday, fire officials said, sending one passanger to the hospital.

One killed, two injured in Norwich crash on I-395

One person was killed and two were injured in a crash on I-395 late Sunday night.

New judges on the bench in New London, Norwich

Newly appointed Judges Ernest Green Jr. and Kimberly A. Knox donned black robes Monday morning and presided over cases for the first time at courthouses in New London and Norwich.

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Ingalls endorsed for Ledyard town council seat; vote Wednesday

The town council will vote Wednesday on the appointment of former school board member Andra Ingalls to a vacant town council seat, left open by mayor Fred Allyn III's departure.

A new home

Leonice Garcia, right, speaks as son Isaiah, center, 10, looks on and son Elijah, 1, plays with the railing during the Habitat for Humanity dedication ceremony for her new home on Western Avenue in Norwich on Monday.

Bluff Point on horseback

Sheryl Gaster, of Union, leads Tara, an 18-year old Icelandic, through the water after a trail ride with friends at Bluff Point State Park in Groton on Monday.

Hewson to receive lifetime achievement award at Wooden Boat Show

Recently retired Mystic Seaport Vice President Dana Hewson will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at this weekend 26th annual Wooden Boat show at the museum.

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Malloy, unions agree on sending tentative concessions to a vote

A tentative concessions framework between Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and state employee unions took a step forward Monday with the news that all bargaining units have agreed to submit the proposed concessions to a vote by rank-and-file members.

Man convicted of 2nd-degree murder in killing of Baby Doe

A Massachusetts man has been convicted of second-degree murder in the death of a 2-year-old girl who became known as Baby Doe after her remains washed up on a Boston Harbor island

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Trump travel ban partly reinstated; fall court arguments set

The Supreme Court is letting the Trump administration enforce its 90-day ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders that blocked it.