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Report: Connecticut 3rd worst state for drivers

A driver slams on a car's brakes on Interstate 95, seen from Four Mile River Road, on Oct. 19, 2017, after coming over the hill and finding traffic backed up and moving at a slow speed. The area was the scene of a fatal motor vehicle accident on Oct. 18, 2017. A website that helps people make smarter financial decisions has ranked Connecticut the third worst state for drivers, based largely on its high insurance costs and poor road conditions.
 (Dana Jensen/The Day)

A website that helps people make smarter financial decisions has ranked Connecticut the third worst state for drivers.

Basketball players, non-profits prepare for possible sale of Martin Center

Jonathan Mercado, 13, center, plays basketball with friends Ilijah Richardson, 13, left, and Luis Calderon, 13, in the gym at the Martin Center in New London Thursday, December 13, 2018. The various agencies that are housed in the city-owned building have been put on notice that a sale may be imminent.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

The city, which has been marketing the building for years, appears to be closer than ever to hooking a developer. The City Council is expected to meet with city officials behind closed doors on Monday to discuss a potential sale.


Groton's unused properties generating interest

Amid efforts to market several unused properties in town, Groton is having what Economic and Community Developer Paige Bronk describes as almost "a convergence" of three redevelopment projects.


Regional animal shelter moves forward

The long-planned expansion of New London’s Bates Woods animal control facility to include animals from Waterford and East Lyme is pushing closer to a reality.


Two killed, three injured in I-95 crash in Stonington

State police say two people were killed and three seriously injured in a head-on collision in the southbound lanes of Interstate 95 just north of Exit 91 around 12:45 a.m. Sunday.


Hartford judges decide, deny near-record number of asylum cases

The state’s two immigration judges decided 308 asylum cases in fiscal year 2018 — the most since 2003 — and denied asylum at a rate not seen since 2008.


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