Victim dies hours after Carlton Henderson arraigned in Pawcatuck stabbing

Carlton Henderson appears Friday, Dec. 6, 2019, in New London Superior Court GA10. Henderson, 44, of Stonington is charged with attempted murder, first-degree assault, risk of injury to a minor and attempted assault on a police officer.   (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

A 12-year-old boy who witnessed his mother being viciously stabbed by her live-in boyfriend at their Pawcatuck home on Nov. 30 ran to a neighbor's house and said the man he calls "Chico" was killing his mother.

New London, Groton could become sister cities with Kingston, Jamaica

Members of a delegation from Kingston, Jamaica, and officials from Groton and New London listen to Greg Sabra, center, director of shore energy, talk about the Sea Scout while visiting ThayerMahan in Groton on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019, during a tour of both cities. The groups are in an exploratory process to investigate a possible sister city relationship.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

A delegation from Kingston, Jamaica, toured New London and Groton on Friday.

New London nonprofit sued by former employee

Jennifer Messina, the former director of youth services for the Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut, claims she was illegally fired.


Urban renewal and the struggle of New London

For many who remember the city's experience with federal planning initiatives as a disaster, former New London development director Philip Michalowski's joke that Benedict Arnold was the mastermind behind the city's first urban renewal project in...


How sustainable is the $24 million renovation at Connecticut College?

A group of students in the college's Climate Action Club have gathered more than 850 signatures to make Palmer Auditorium carbon neutral.


DOC medical staff erred in treatment of pregnant inmate, internal probe finds

Tianna Laboy was eight weeks pregnant when she was admitted to the Niantic prison in August 2017. Her pregnancy was considered high-risk because of medical conditions that could have caused her to deliver pre-term.


Judge hears arguments in suit challenging alleged school racial quotas

The suit filed in February on behalf of the parents union alleges that racial quotas or targets — based on those set in the Sheff desegregation case in Hartford — are violating the rights of black and Hispanic students.


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