UPDATED: Man's body discovered in wood chipper in Stonington

A man's body was discovered in a wood chipper on Ogden Farm property following a 2:55 p.m. 911 call on Thursday, police said.

Appellate court hears arguments in Montville 'no body' murder case

Prosecutors overcame a number of legal hurdles before they convinced a New London jury five years ago that George M. Leniart was guilty of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and murdering a Montville teenager in 1996.

Police logs - Oct. 9

Arrests by state and local police departments.

Massachusetts man sentenced for selling counterfeit components to military contractors

A Massachusetts man was sentenced to 37 months in prison Monday for importing thousands of counterfeit integrated circuits from China and Hong Kong and reselling them to U.S. customers, including contractors supplying them to the U.S. Navy for use...



Bank of America directs fraud complaints to a sales pitch for cruises

Bank of America Waterford branch was giving out business cards directing customers to a sales phone...


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Green & Growing: Seeding, overseeding, and dormant seeding: What’s the difference?

Every field of endeavor has its own jargon, and the world of land care is no exception.

L+M, Yale-New Haven move toward affiliation

The proposed affiliation took a significant step forward Wednesday, when the parent organizations of Lawrence + Memorial Hospital and Yale-New Haven filed documents seeking the approval of state regulators.

El Faro: Fitch High grad among the lost ship's crew members

One of the 33 crew members on board El Faro, the U.S. cargo ship that the Coast Guard says sank off the Bahamas during Hurricane Joaquin, was 2007 Fitch High School graduate Mitchell Kuflik.

A view from above

Muralist Faith Satterfield, right, works with two clients of Artreach, Barbara Stanley, left, and Marilyn Neale, on that agency's mural along Market St. in Norwich, Thursday.



Connecticut court won't reconsider eliminating death penalty

Connecticut Supreme Court declines state's request to reconsider eliminating the death penalty

Cops: Man stabbed at funeral, suspect tries to flee in limo

Police: Man stabbed at funeral after family argument, suspect tries to flee in back of limo

State urges Connecticut poultry owners to register flocks amid virus threat

The state Department of Agriculture on Thursday urged all Connecticut poultry owners to register the location of their flocks with the state as a precaution to help reduce the risk of spreading avian flu.

Malloy: Highway projects will be boon to state's economy

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced today that a new state Department of Transportation study determined that the proposed widening of Interstates 95 and 84 will produce $40 billion in economic benefits by 2040, about four times the cost of the projects.