Connecticut sweet corn early thanks to new farming techniques

First crop of Connecticut-grown sweet corn ready for holiday weekend due to growing techniques

Supreme Court ruling on threats may affect Connecticut case

Connecticut man charged in judge threats case using recent US Supreme Court ruling

Police: Ice cream truck driver impersonated wanted man

Police: Ice cream truck driver impersonated man with active arrest warrant


Petition seeks to remove slavery supporter's name from Yale college

The debate over removing symbols of slavery and racism, such as the Confederate battle flag, from places of honor is occurring at Yale University, where calls to rename Calhoun College have been revived.

Some towns fare better, some not, in new state budget

The state budget signed into law Tuesday increases state funding for cities and towns by $23.5 million in the 2015-16 fiscal year, which begins today.

Connecticut on track to end year with $115.7 million deficit

Comptroller says Connecticut on track to end fiscal year with $115.7 million budget deficit

Senate OKs budget changes; House approves early Tuesday

Connecticut House OKs late changes to state budget that drew criticism from major employers

'Implementer' bills for state budget revive bills that wouldn't have become law

A wide range of legislative priorities that failed to clear both chambers of the General Assembly before the June 3 end of the regular session won final approval early Tuesday as part of a massive budget implementation bill.



Pfizer is to blame for destroying the Fort Trumbull neighborhood

Pfizer reportedly knew eminent domain would be needed to clear the neighborhood, the company's...


Find news in your town:

State police release details of pedestrian fatality in Preston

State police in Montville said a pedestrian who was killed early Friday was in the travel portion of Route 2 when he was struck by two cars.

Police nab second suspect in Norwich home invasion case

Norwich police have arrested a second man in connection with an armed home invasion on April 24 on Reynolds Street.

Fatal pedestrian crash in Preston

Preston — State police in Montville are investigating a fatal car crash involving a pedestrian. The pedestrian, James Hubbard, 46, of Norwich, was killed shortly after 1:20 a.m. Friday on Route 2 in the area of Maynard...

Norwich police search for missing 16-year-old girl

Norwich — Police on Friday issued a Silver Alert for a missing 16-year-old girl who was last seen Wednesday. Keyana Watson is described as a black female with brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5 feet 5 inches tall and...



Music by the Thames

Geoff Kaufman of New London, performs sea songs with the Thames River as a backdrop, during a Sea Songs Sampler and Ice Cream Social, on the property of the Avery-Copp House in Groton, Sunday.

High Hopes provides Camp Harkness campers a new experience

The Old Lyme-based nonprofit High Hopes has been offering horseback riding to various camps for people with disabilities on the Camp Harkness property for four years.

Niantic Lions Club holds annual Lobsterfest

Members of the Niantic Lions Club Ed Parke, left, and John Wagner, both of Niantic, add a bucket of lobsters to a cooker during the 37th Annual Lobsterfest in Niantic, Sunday.

Stonington Village Fair seeking bakers, artists, volunteers and donations

The Stonington Community Center is seeking volunteers, artisans, bakers and silent auction items for the 63rd Annual Village Fair which is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 1, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Wadawanuck Square in the borough. More information...