March snowstorm No. 4 will start Wednesday afternoon and won't stop until Thursday morning

The fourth winter snowstorm this month is expected to dump at least five inches and as many as 14 inches on southeastern Connecticut Wednesday afternoon and evening. Paulie Perez Hughes is pictured measuring snow accumulation on the roof during the March 13 snowstorm. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Snow will start falling on southeastern Connecticut Wednesday afternoon and could leave up to 14 inches on the ground in inland New London County, minor coastal flooding and possibly some more power outages.

UConn pushing to make Hurley the program's next basketball coach

Rhode Island coach Dan Hurley takes questions during a news conference on March 14 at Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

ESPN reported that Hurley talked to both UConn and Pittsburgh on Monday and he plans to make a decision after meeting with URI athletic director Thorr Bjorn on Tuesday.

Old Lyme forum addresses popularity, dangers of vaping

Teenagers in Connecticut and across the country are inhaling nicotine vapor products under their parents' and teachers' noses, and many young e-cigarette users are under the false impression that "vaping" is safe.

Malloy targets greenhouse gas emissions, rising sea levels

Gov. Dannel Malloy and state regulators on Monday touted a pair of proposals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and boost renewables.

With spotlight on safety, Connecticut DOT says state's bridges are safe

File - A bank of fog cuts the Gold Star Memorial Bridge, right, and the U.S. Submarine Veterans WWII Memorial Bridge, left, in half as they span the Thames River between New London and Groton May 13, 2009.   (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Designer of collapsed Florida bridge works as an inspection consultant on nine projects in Connecticut including the ongoing Gold Star Memorial Bridge reconstruction.

Review finds Montville officer was justified in fatal shooting

Investigators from the Connecticut State Police Major Crime Squad collect evidence at the scene of a shooting involving a Montville police officer and a suspect at the Chesterfield Lodge located at 1596 Hartford-New London Turnpike in Oakdale, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017. The officer was injured and the male suspect was shot. (Tim Martin/The Day)

A town police officer was justified when she used deadly force on a man who had taken her Taser and repeatedly struck her with it, the State's Attorney for the Windham Judicial District announced in a Monday report.

Norwich reluctantly supports Reid & Hughes funding

The City Council Monday reluctantly approved contributing up to $150,000 of city money in what is expected to be the last chance to save the Reid & Hughes building on Main Street, but only if engineers determine the building can be saved before the city’s money is spent.

New London Democrats elect first ever chairwoman

Councilors Erica Richards, left, Martha Marx, center, and Michael Tranchida, right, listen to John Maynard speak during the public comment period during the New London City Council meeting Monday, Aug. 7, 2017. Marx in March 2018 became the first ever chairwoman of the city's Democratic Town Committee.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Martha Marx, a former city council member state Senate candidate, has taken the reins of the New London Democratic Town Committee.

Groton school budget projections show 4.4 percent increase over four years

New multi-year budget projections for the school system delineate savings that would result from the middle school consolidation in 2020, and predict a 4.4 percent budget increase from the 2018-19 school year to 2022-23.



San Francisco could become largest US city to ban fur sales

San Francisco could become the largest U.S. city to ban the sale of fur, a move that would hearten animal lovers but frustrate niche business owners who say they are fed up with city officials dictating what retailers can or can't sell.

Scandal-hit Weinstein Co. files for bankruptcy protection
President of billionaire's firm resigns amid sexism lawsuit
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Lessons for both parties from Penn. special election

To stop the political train rushing at them, Republican candidates will need to do more than stoke fears about gun control and tax-and-spend Democrats. They must energize their own base.

U.S. House must support child-pornography victim restitution

Every state attorney general sent a letter to congressional leaders encouraging them to establish full restitution for the aggregate harm to victims of child pornography.

Regional animal shelter proves doggone difficult

When it comes to building a regional shelter that could serve several towns in need of new facilities, it has been a matter of try, try again. Local leaders need to make this latest effort work.

Putin's punishment a slap on the wrist

As one senator correctly noted, "The Administration needs to step it up, now, if we have any hope of deterring Russian meddling in 2018."



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