Harvard rounds up hungry goats to clear weeds at arboretum

Officials at Harvard University have gotten creative with their effort to clear space for new plants at its arboretum

As many as 40 people hospitalized following Bristol hazmat incident

Police say as many as 40 people were taken to area hospitals after they were exposed to carbon monoxide at a call center in Bristol

Massachusetts troopers suspended following weapons transfer

Three members of the Massachusetts State Police have been suspended without pay following an investigation into the transfer of surplus weapons to a state-authorized vendor

ConnectiCare Sues, Threatens To Exit Obamacare

ConnectiCare is suing Connecticut's Insurance Department because it declined to consider its third revision to its rate request under the Affordable Care Act.

Police: Man posed as Uber driver, sexually assaulted woman

University of Massachusetts police have charged a Holyoke man they say claimed to be a driver for the Uber ride-hailing service and then sexually assaulted a woman he picked up


Connecticut chiropractor sentenced for cheating on taxes

A Connecticut chiropractor who cheated the government out of nearly $200,000 in tax revenue by claiming personal expenses as business expenses has been sentenced to two months in prison

Father sentenced for killing baby with opioid-laced formula

A Massachusetts man was sentenced to serve 10 to 12 years behind bars after admitting to charges that he killed his infant daughter by feeding her opioid-laced formula five years ago

VIDEO: Clinton Police release video of car crashing into Shell convenience store

Clinton Police have released video of an SUV crashing into a Shell convenience store at the intersection of East Main Street and Beach Park Road on Sept. 1.

New York robber who wore red wig, used paintball gun sentenced to prison

Federal prosecutors say a suburban New York woman has been sentenced to more than 13 years in prison after admitting she robbed three banks in New Jersey and Connecticut using a paintball gun and used an elderly man's checks to steal nearly $200,000

Judge strikes down state education aid choices as 'irrational'

A Connecticut Superior Court judge has ruled that the state's education funding system is irrational and unconstitutional

Coast Guard's last lightkeeper looks to 300-year milestone

The nation's first and oldest lighthouse station and its unique keeper are celebrating a milestone

Nation's largest destroyer sets sail to join US Navy

The largest destroyer ever built for the U.S. Navy has the smallest crew of any destroyer built since the 1930s

Woman who drowned infant in toilet has her sentence commuted

A Connecticut woman who admitted drowning her newborn in a toilet a decade ago, when she was a teenager, has had her 18-year prison sentence commuted



Heather Somers flunked the Trump test

Somers said she will be supporting her party's nominee for president.


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DEEP releases education video about aquifers

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection on Friday put a spotlight on the importance of drinking water supply aquifers with the release of a new video titled “What is an Aquifer?”

DEEP hosts free hunting and fishing day

Free Hunting and Fishing Day for families to participate in outdoor activities while recognizing the contributions that hunters and anglers have made to the conservation of Connecticut’s natural resources will take place from 10 a.m. to 4...

Nature Center offers revamped program for homeschooled students

Openings are available at the revamped Homeschool STEM program offered at The Denison Pequotsepos/Coogan Farm Nature and Heritage Center.

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