Man withdraws suit claiming East Lyme school psychologist had sex with him when he was 14

The plaintiff withdrew the suit “as to all defendants,” including the former school psychologist, the former East Lyme Middle School principal and the East Lyme Board of Education.

I-395 reopens after motorcycle crash

One southbound lane was closed on Interstate 395 after a motorcycle crash between exits 14 and 13, according to the Department of Transportation.

Police say Quaker Hill man claimed ownership of two abused dogs

The local man arrested on Tuesday in connection with a February investigation into animal cruelty was charged because he admitted two of the affected dogs were his in court last week, according to an affidavit.

State police stress safety for Fourth of July weekend

State police will have sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols throughout the area starting Thursday through Monday.

Police logs - June 30

Arrests by state and local police departments.

Police: Speed, improperly secured coiled steel contributed to New London rollover

The ramp connecting state Route 32 to North Frontage Road and Interstate 95 south was closed for four hours Tuesday after a tractor-trailer carrying coiled steel failed to negotiate its curve, police said.

Former sailor stationed in New London pleads guilty to enticing minors

Adam M. Simpson is scheduled to be sentenced in September for enticing minors to perform sexually explicit acts over video chat.



Build Coast Guard museum downtown AND at Fort Trumbull

Why not use the proposed site downtown, in a flood zone, as a gateway for a museum at Fort...


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Local GOP committee members, leaders uneasy about Trump as nominee

Connecticut will probably stay a blue spot on the electoral map; local GOP voters say even deciding whether to support the Republican likely to be on the ballot hasn’t come easy.

East Lyme volunteers tend garden for the ‘food insecure’

A garden is growing at the Samuel Smith Farmstead in East Lyme, planted by volunteers who hope to give food to those who need it.

Wheeler library director marks 25 years

Amy Kennedy has overseen a lot of change since taking the helm of Wheeler Library in North Stonington 25 years ago.

Handling of unclaimed bodies is the latest issue brought on by state budget cuts

Whether the responsibility for unclaimed bodies falls to the state, or to towns and cities, is the latest debate brought on by cuts to the state budget — but a compromise could be near.



Conn. police more likely to use stun guns on minorities

A new report suggests police in Connecticut are more likely to use stun guns on minorities

Man gets 7 years in plot to shoot up Connecticut schools

A Connecticut man is headed to prison for his role in a 2014 plot to shoot and blow up two high schools