Yes, it was a blizzard - at least for southeastern Connecticut

Bone-numbing wind and blinding snow was blowing through downtown New London this morning, creating monstrous drifts and making visibility nearly impossible.

A glimmer of hope for tenants

One of 2014's top stories: An eight-year-old class action lawsuit brought against the New London Housing Authority on behalf of tenants of the Thames River Apartments was resolved in August when the parties agreed to allow a Superior Court judge oversee...

New Awakening: Two pastors took road less traveled

Pastors of two of New London's Christian churches did not follow traditional routes to the pulpit. But now James Levesque and Joe Paskewich minister to growing congregations.

H.S. football / Thanksgiving Day preview capsules

Following is a capsule look at four high school football games to be played on Thanksgiving Day.

Make A Difference - Norwich Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is known as the agency that helps people first. This year, it's the Salvation Army that needs help.

Way out of foreclosure a dead end

An investigation by The Day found more than a half-dozen instances across the state in which property owners facing foreclosure believe they were misled by a scheme run by a man convicted of similar illegal activitiy in New Jersey in 2003.

Malloy orders Ebola drills at all hospitals in Connecticut

Hospitals statewide have been directed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to conduct Ebola preparedness drills within the next seven days and preferably within the next 48 hours, and a Unified Command Team of state officials has been formed to coordinate resources...

Soldiers from New London experienced horrors, heroics in World War I

Capt. Charles T. Senay steadied his Springfield rifle, aimed at the machine-gun-wielding German moving toward him, and fired. The bullet sailed high into the air.

New London's Sailfest a Big Bang Gala

A sparkling display of fireworks that lasted about 20 minutes evoked cheers and set off car alarms Saturday during Sailfest.

Life-changing moment recalled at Stonington High School graduation

An incident last Friday not only changed Haley Barravecchia's graduation speech at Stonington High School Thursday but also her outlook on life.

The Morgan's long journey: Five-year restoration has brought ship to the eve of departure

When work began in November of 2008 on what would become a multimillion-dollar project to restore the whaling ship Charles W. Morgan, there were no plans to sail her again.

Deadly addiction: Heroin use, a tragic wrong turn for prescription drug abusers, on the rise in region

Just 10 years ago, heroin made up a small fraction of the drug-related arrests in Norwich. These days, Detective Lt. Mark Rankowitz and fellow officers can recite any number of stories about the drug's ever-increasing impact.



There goes Sen. Formica, down Ritter's Seaside hole in Waterford

Sen. Paul Formica seems clueless about what's been going on at Seaside.