Malloy: Trump address designed for supporters, not nation

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says President Donald Trump's inaugural address was designed to please his supporters, not the entire nation

Man arrested in NYC theft of gold flakes worth $1.6 million

The New York Police Department says a man has been arrested in Ecuador in the brazen theft of an 86-pound bucket of gold flakes worth nearly $1.6 million off an armored truck in midtown Manhattan

Town leaders: Greenwich official accused of sex assault should resign

Town leaders in Greenwich are calling for the resignation of a local official charged with groping a woman

Immigration bill could thwart Providence mayor's 'sanctuary' pledge

A bill introduced in the Rhode Island General Assembly could thwart Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza's pledge to protect city residents who are in the country illegally from being turned over to federal agents

Malloy budget office projects surplus for current year

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget director is projecting the current fiscal year will now end with a $23.3 million surplus


FBI says email scam likely behind $2M theft from Farmington

A business email scam was likely the cause of Farmington's $2 million loss to a China-based network last fall, federal law enforcement officials announced Thursday.

Linda McMahon confirmation hearing set for Tuesday

Linda McMahon 's confirmation hearing for the top post in the Small Business Administration has been scheduled for Tuesday.

CT’s jobless rate falls to 4.4 percent despite December job losses

Connecticut posted a mixed jobs report for December as the unemployment rate dropped from 4.7 percent to 4.4 percent.

Rhode Island governor releases $9.25B state budget plan

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo has released a $9.25 billion budget plan that relies on new sales tax revenue from online retailers, such as Amazon, and cuts to Medicaid

Massachusetts' jobless rate falls to 2.8 percent, lowest since 2000

The unemployment rate in Massachusetts has fallen to a 16-year low

Fund created in honor of officer killed by marathon bombers

The family of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer killed by the Boston Marathon bombers is creating a new foundation in his name

3 high school seniors among 4 killed in crash of SUV stolen in Connecticut

Three high school seniors are among the four people killed when a stolen SUV crashed into a tree in Massachusetts

Ex-RI lawmaker arrested, allegedly embezzled from campaign fund

State police say a former state lawmaker has been arrested for allegedly embezzling money from his campaign finance fund



Norwich Hospital development remains fantasy

There are no specific plans or financing in place for any of the ideas being floated for...


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Police: Norwich man arrested after stealing, crashing box truck

A city man is in custody after he allegedly stole a box truck, led police on a chase and intentionally struck a state police cruiser Friday morning, according to city police.

Clerks at 2 New London stores charged with selling alcohol to minors

Of the 11 stores police and the New London Community and Campus Coalition checked for alcohol sales compliance Thursday evening, two were cited for sale of alcohol to a minor.

Police: Death near Crystal Mall likely result of hit-and-run

Police are considering a death that occurred near a Crystal Mall parking lot overnight or early Thursday morning the result of a hit-and-run crash.

New London police make arrest a half-hour after bank robbery

New London police have arrested a man in connection with Thursday’s robbery of the Chelsea Groton Bank branch at 1 Montauk Ave.



Norwich Ethics Commission to decide whether violations occurred

Now that the public hearing is closed on ethics complaints against Mayor Deberey Hinchey, two Norwich Public Utilities staff members and two utilities commission members, the city Ethics Commission has authority to decide whether there is...

Preston officials want bridge expansion moved up in infrastructure plan

An estimated $100 million to improve the Route 2/2A/32 corridor between Preston and Montville, including a potential second bridge span, is listed as a "long-term need" in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s “Let’s Go CT” massive...

'Our moment has arrived': Connecticut Republicans cheer Trump inauguration

Connecticut residents and officials marked the inauguration of Donald Trump as president both here and in the nation's capitol.

Sidewalk upgrades part of larger plan for New London's Williams Street

A plan to better connect Hodges Square with the city and nearby institutions such as Connecticut College could get a start this year with help from federal funds.