Local leaders team up in interfaith effort to welcome Syrian refugees

Local leaders are working to prepare southeastern Connecticut for refugees on the heels of the United States' decision to accept 30,000 more refugees annually by 2017.

Reflections of fall foliage in Sprague

A man found a quiet place to do some afternoon fishing on the Shetucket River as the trees overhead begin to show their fall colors at Sprague River Park in Baltic Tuesday.

Road salt coming into State Pier in preparation for winter

Salt that, snow permitting, will find itself sprinkled on roads in and around New London this winter arrived in bulk at State Pier last week.

NRC begins special inspection at Millstone Unit 2

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Tuesday began a Special Inspection at the Unit 2 of the Millstone Power Station to review issues associated with an “Unusual Event” declared at the facility on Oct. 4.

Lyme to hold final voter registration session prior to Election Day

The office of the Registrars of Voters will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at the Lyme Town Hall, 480 Hamburg Road.

New London City Council candidates debate on host of topics

Sixteen of the 17 candidates for City Council shared the stage Tuesday for a debate on topics ranging from thoughts on increased funding to the schools to ideas on how charter revisions might improve the relationship between the council and mayor.



Bravely going to sea has long been part of the region's culture

Coast Guard Academy cadets hear more about one of the more daring rescues ever at sea.


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Driver in deadly 2014 Waterford crash charged with reckless driving, misconduct

Gerard Dube has been arrested in connection with the multi-vehicle Oct. 12, 2014 crash on I-95 that killed three.

Students uninjured in school bus accident in New London

The city fire department transported two adults to the hospital for evaluation Tuesday following an accident between a New London school bus and a box truck.

Megos case continued as court anticipates new warrant

The state’s attorney’s office on Tuesday opted not to prosecute six probation violation charges against Zane Megos.

Police logs - Oct. 13

Anthony J. Campo, 65, of 128 Poquonnock Road, Apt. 2, Groton, was charged Sunday with second-degree breach of peace.

Driver hurt in I-395 crash in Norwich

The Exit 13B off-ramp on Interstate 395 north in Norwich has reopened after a tractor-trailer went down an embankment Monday morning.