Heading back to shore

The fishing vessel Charlotte and Elizabeth is trailed by a flock of seagulls as they enter Stonington Harbor to offload their catch of squid, scup and butterfish at Gambardella´s Wholesale Fish on Town Dock Tuesday.

New GOP-controlled City Council, school board, treasurer take office in Norwich

Standing ovations greeted the newly sworn-in Norwich City Council, Board of Education and new treasurer Tuesday, formalizing the historic results of the Nov. 3 election that brought all three elected agencies and offices under Republican control for...

New London poised to address EB employee parking issue

The city’s newly formed parking authority is instituting a pilot program aimed at curbing the number of Electric Boat employees parking on residential streets.

Annual creative endeavor

Jen Bogue of Pawcatuck, a part-time employee at Melissa Ashley Brides ofWesterly, catches her sweater on a hook, as she decorates the shop'sfront window for the holidays on Tuesday.

Stonington looks into acquiring 4.4 acres of state land in Mystic

The town has begun to look into the possibility of acquiring a 4.4-acre piece of state-owned land in Mystic that contains an abandoned brick armory building.



Stonington park neighbors sue for compensation

Neighbors of the area being used as a dog park in Stonington borough may want compensation for lost...


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Fishing boat captain from East Lyme pleads guilty in tax evasion case

Peter P. Torres, a commercial fishing boat captain from East Lyme, pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to failing to file tax returns on approximately $1.27 million he earned between 2006 and 2011.

Youth incarceration down; obstacles remain for some discharges

Changes in sentencing policies for young offenders mean fewer inmates than ever are living at the Connecticut Juvenile Training School, though several youths on any given day remain locked up because there is nowhere else for them to go.

Police logs - Dec. 2

Arrests by local and state police departments.

Judge appoints attorney, orders competency hearing in New London murder case

An attorney appointed to represent accused murderer David McKeever requested a competency examination for McKeever when the 48-year-old New London man made his first appearance Tuesday in the court where major crimes are tried.

Miguel Vega is charged with shooting death of Rahmel Perry

Vega's first murder trial ended with a mistrial in February 2015 after a 12-member jury announced after four days of deliberation that it was unable to reach a unanimous verdict.