The 7th Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps rehearses in New London

Quad drummers Ethan Smith, left wearing white t-shirt, 18, of Bristol, Conn., and Anthony D'Andrea, center, 17, of New Milford, Conn., move sideways in patterns while playing, during rehearsal with fellow members of the 7th Regiment Drum and Bugle...

Stonington PZC to hold hearing Tuesday on proposed Plan of Conservation and Development

The Planning and Zoning Commission is scheduled to hold a public hearing and then possibly vote on the adoption of the proposed update of the town’s Plan of Conservation and Development on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Mystic Middle School.

Ocean Community YMCA receives prestigious financial development award

The Ocean Community YMCA received the Eagle Award for outstanding achievement in financial development at the North American YMCA Development Organization in Atlanta last week.


Hilbert inducted into state firefighters hall of fame

Mystic Fire Department Chief Frank “Fritz” Hilbert has been inducted into the Connecticut State Firefighters Association Hall of Fame.

Municipal meetings for the week of April 26

Municipal meetings for the week of April 26

The annual search for amphibians at Walden Preserve in Salem

Families looked for amphibians emerging from their winter slumber along the trails at Walden Preserve in Salem Friday as they participated in the annual Salem Amphibian Walk.

Plans for regional dispatch in Montville on hold

The unionization of emergency dispatchers in Colchester has delayed plans for establishment of a regional dispatch center in Montville.

Stonington bank robbery suspect arrested in Norwich

Police on Thursday arrested the man wanted in an armed robbery on April 7 at the Dime Bank branch in Stonington borough.

Norwich businessman arrested on drug charges

Norwich businessman Zane Megos, who is currently on probation for taking deposit money for apartments and houses that never became available, was arrested Tuesday on drug charges.



Maybe it's time to throw in the towel again, Mr. Mayor

New London Mayor Daryl Finizio had a bad week.


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Teen who fought cancer treatment heading home from hospital

Teen forced by Connecticut Supreme Court to undergo cancer treatment finishes chemotherapy

Juvenile sentencing reform gains momentum in Hartford

A 33-year-old woman who has been incarcerated since she was 14 is serving as a poster child as lawmakers consider a bill that changes juvenile sentencing laws and enables juveniles who were tried as adults to get a "second look" before the state...

Police: Bristol man stopped for cellphone use had 1,000 bags of heroin in plain sight

Police: Man stopped for talking on cellphone found with 1,000 bags of heroin, $15K cash in car

Connecticut electrician to appear in 'Shark Tank' episode

Connecticut electrician to appear in 'Shark Tank' episode seeking investment in his company