Family to fly to Thailand in search of missing Connecticut National Guardsman

Family will fly to Thailand to search for guardsman who disappeared on scuba diving trip

Analyst: Demographic, industry problems weigh on casinos

Analyst offers bleak assessment for casinos struggling to bring in customers, boost revenue

Survivors, rescuers reunite two years after Boston bombings

Boston marks 2nd anniversary of marathon bombings with moment of silence, call for kindness


Connecticut attorney general says casino bill could prompt challenges

APNewsbreak: Connecticut AG says bill allowing new tribal casinos could face court challenges

7th day of deliberations underway in Aaron Hernandez trial

Jurors deliberate for 7th day in murder trial of ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez

UPDATED: Ohio panel OKs measure saying Connecticut not 1st in flight

Ohio House panel sets vote to reject claim Connecticut aviator beat Wright brothers in flight

Jurors deliberate for 6th day in Aaron Hernandez murder case

Jurors deliberate for 6th day in murder trial of ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez

Panel examining Connecticut urban youth violence to meet

New commission examining urban youth violence in Connecticut to meet for first time



Passero's got his game on in New London's mayoral race

City Councilor Michael Passero has stepped into the ring.


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New London City Council to discuss status of police chief

The City Council is expected to meet behind closed doors again Monday to discuss the pending issues surrounding suspended Police Chief Margaret Ackley.

Firefighters rescue cat in Old Lyme

Firefighters rescued and administered oxygen to a cat following a fire in the basement of a single-family dwelling on Saturday morning.

Police charge Norwich man with stealing guns, posession of narcotics

City police said they arrested a 26-year-old man Saturday in connection with a residential burglary of several firearms last summer, after they first chased him on foot.

Police report details Lebanon murder case

Alan P. Nadeau, who is accused of stabbing a man to death at Nadeau's Lebanon home last week, told police the victim had abused him. Nadeau also said that he is mentally ill and has been off his medications since last year.



Region welcomes warming spring weather

After a series of snowstorms and a lingering winter, residents flocked outside on Saturday to welcome warmer temperatures and the arrival of a sunny spring.

AFSCME union president urges members to stay strong

In a rousing speech to about 300 members at a conference in Groton, the president of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees said the union has to fight back against attacks on the middle-class standard of living.

Viva la vinyl

The Telegraph, a record store located in downtown New London, celebrated "Record Store Day" on Saturday.

Norwich considers leasing former landfill for solar project

The Rogers Road landfill has long been a drain on city finances and the environment, but on Monday, the City Council will consider leasing a portion of the landfill and nearby property to a commercial solar garden.