Man pleads guilty to 2006 beating death of Anthony Hamlin

Twelve years after fatally beating Anthony Hamlin and dumping his body in a Ledyard field, one of the two men state police said was responsible for his death has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in exchange for a 20 year prison sentence.

Police: New London man beaten with stick, lumber

Two men remain in custody after they allegedly beat another man with a stick and a piece of lumber last week because they thought he had stolen $70.

Proximity, smoke detectors aid Norwich firefighters in quick stop

City firefighters quickly put a stop to a morning blaze on Third Street thanks to proximity and a functioning smoke detection system, according to Chief Kenneth Scandariato.

Norwich Friendly's temporarily closed after 2 fires

Friendly’s on West Town Street temporarily is closed after two pieces of cooking equipment caught fire in two separate incidents Sunday, according to Yantic Fire Chief Frank Blanchard.

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Many towns begin cutbacks in anticipation of lean CT budget

Nearly half of Connecticut cities and towns participating in a recent survey have frozen spending or cut services in response to state budget gridlock and the associated threat of reduced municipal aid, the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities...

Massachusetts court rules against ICE in immigrant case

The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that state court officers do not have the authority to detain people suspected of being in the U.S. illegally at the request of federal immigration officials

Newly restored USS Constitution is returning to the water

The USS Constitution, the world's oldest commissioned warship still afloat, is returning to Boston's waters

Lawmakers seek fund to help crumbling foundation homeowners

Despite lack of a budget deal, one key lawmaker says there's still a commitment to create a fund to help Connecticut homeowners whose foundations are crumbling