Cosby says he doesn't expect to testify at sex assault trial

Actor Bill Cosby says he doesn't expect to testify at his upcoming sexual assault trial near Philadelphia

N.Y. woman, New Hampshire man among those on plane missing in Bermuda Triangle

A “debris field” has been located in the Bermuda Triangle by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew searching for a small plane with four passengers, including a Manhattan CEO with ties to Southold and her two young sons, officials said on...

Connecticut Democrats would slash municipal aid, allow casino, legalize pot

House and Senate Democrats on Tuesday recommended opening a new casino, legalizing marijuana and imposing deep cuts to municipal aid and public colleges and universities to balance the next two-year state budget.

No problems reported in minute before deadly jet crash

Federal investigators say a Learjet that crashed outside New York City didn't report any problems to air traffic controllers a minute before the accident.

Rhode Island looks at training planners on sea level rise

Rhode Island might require its town and city planners to learn about the effects of sea level rise


Priest returns to parishes after pleading guilty to theft

A Catholic priest who pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $240,000 from his Massachusetts church to pay for a gambling habit will be allowed to return to parish ministry on a limited basis

Malloy would cut local aid deeply to offset eroding CT tax receipts

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has recommended more than $700 million in cuts to municipal aid to help compensate for a $1.5 billion projected decline in state income tax receipts over the next two years.

Sen. Warren: GOP blocking Democrats from health care talks

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is faulting Republicans for blocking Democrats from negotiations on the Senate version of a health care overhaul bill

Metropolitan Museum of Art works to rebound from money woes

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art is working to rebound from more than a year of internal turmoil and financial problems

Former UConn pharmacy supervisor sentenced to prison

The former pharmacy supervisor of the University of Connecticut's Student Health Services is headed to prison for forging prescriptions and ordering items through the pharmacy for his personal use

Connecticut court upholds convictions of ex-death-row inmate

The Connecticut Supreme Court has upheld the convictions of a former death-row inmate who killed two family members 30 years ago

WWII veteran, 91, receives overdue medals in Rhode Island

A 91-year-old World War II veteran in Rhode Island has received the medals he earned but never received

Rhode Island could study, delay legal marijuana debate

Rhode Island lawmakers who aren't ready to legalize marijuana might try to study it instead



Never mind Trump, protest the other NL commencement

Connecticut College, created out of the generosity of New London residents, this weekend will wrap...


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Ledyard Middle School to perform ‘Hairspray Jr.’

The middle school will host the show from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, May 19 and 20.

Protesters, Trump supporters gearing up for Wednesday

A dozen local grass-roots organizations, collectively calling themselves the Unify and Resist Coalition, want to send a message during President Donald Trump’s visit to New London on Wednesday.

Parks advocates say facilities under siege in Malloy's new budget plan

Less than a week after mounting a campaign to stop a plan that would sweep about $1.02 million in state park revenues into the state’s general fund to close a $390 million gap in current state finances, parks advocates are doubling down on...

MGM-commissioned poll finds state voters prefer competitive bidding for 3rd casino

When asked to choose between a bill ensuring a competitive process or one granting the tribes the exclusive right to develop a commercial casino, 72 percent of respondents backed the former. Nineteen percent preferred the tribes-only bill.