Gales Ferry Fire Department looks to improve fire safety with underground tanks

The Gales Ferry Fire Department is looking for property owners in Gales Ferry who might be interested in donating land for underground water cisterns used for fire surpression.

Groton police make arrest in sale of fake tickets on Craigslist

Police arrested a man Friday evening as part of an investigation into fake concert tickets that were posted to Craigslist.

Make a Difference: Catholic Charities

A veteran of the U.S. Navy, stationed in New York and currently residing in Groton with his family, had to be discharged for health reasons and is currently unemployed. He and his wife are the proud parents of a little boy age 6 and another baby on...

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Bridge over protected water: Salem trail has a new bridge

The new bridge, which came as a pre-engineered kit, is 74 feet long and 8 feet wide and costs about $176,000.

Make a Difference: Stonington Human Services

Tony is a young, married father of three, who has been battling stage 4 cancer.

Block Island Wind Farm will produce power 'in days'

Deepwater Wind announced Friday that it has completed the testing phase for the Block Island Wind Farm, and expects to begin commercial operations in a matter of days.

Marijuana in Montville prison leads to arrests

A Bridgeport woman was arrested last month after she was connected to an inmate that had swallowed seven balloons containing marijuana.

Silver alert issued for 16-year-old from Norwich

Police on Tuesday night issued a Silver Alert for 16-year-old Dejahlyn Pires of Norwich.

Sub base firefighters 'made a good stop' in kitchen blaze

Submarine Base firefighters on Thursday evening were able to stop an Osprey Drive kitchen fire from spreading beyond where it started. Navy officials are collecting donations of clothes and household items for the family.

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Former Amistad overseer directs new $29 million state program

The deputy DECD commissioner who agreed to continue state funding for Amistad America, after it...

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Firefighters attack huge blaze in Cambridge, Mass.

Firefighters are working into the night to put down a large fire that jumped from one building to another across a densely-populated neighborhood in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Boston students to protest Trump with mass walkout

High school students in Boston are planning a mass walkout from their classes on Monday to protest President-elect Donald Trump

As transit fares soar, NYC advocates push for discounts

For most New Yorkers, subways and buses are necessities of city living

Sandy Hook group begins violence warning-signs campaign

A group formed by families who lost children in the Sandy Hook school shooting have started a new public service campaign designed to teach people to recognize the warning signs of someone who may be contemplating gun violence

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