Todt stabbed wife and sons, police say; bodies found decomposing in bedroom

Megan Todt, and her children, Alek, Zoe and and Tyler are seen in this undated photo from Megan Todt's Facebook page.

Anthony Todt, who police say confessed last week to killing his family, stabbed his wife and two sons, according to preliminary autopsy results released Thursday.

Stonington school board votes to begin Chokas investigation

The Board of Education on Thursday night voted unanimously to launch an independent investigation into how school officials handled the numerous complaints they received that former high school teacher and coach Timothy Chokas inappropriately touched girls dating back to at least 2013.

Ukraine theory led to Trump's abuse, Dems tell trial

In this image from video, House impeachment manager Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., speaks during the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump in the Senate at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020. (Senate Television via AP)

Trump is facing Senate trial after the House impeached him last month, accusing him of abusing his office by asking Ukraine for the investigations while withholding the aid from a U.S. ally at war with bordering Russia.


Groton sub base may lose $72 million for new pier to Trump’s border wall

The money for the pier, the largest construction funding appropriated for the Groton sub base in years, is among $10.5 billion Congress appropriated for military construction at U.S. bases across the nation and overseas.


Old Lyme forms affordable housing committee

The committee's formation comes after the River Oak Commons affordable housing project was proposed to the town and later withdrawn last summer due to intense resident pushback.


New utility cooperative CEO calls for focus on future planning

New Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative CEO Dave Meisinger will focus on the future of the agency.


Ledyard car crash victim remembered as 'encourager,' lover of Christ

Clarence "Chuck" Montgomery, 59, died after a head-on collision in Franklin on Wednesday night.


Groton child sexual assault investigation expanding to other states

The U.S. Attorney's Office is involved in a wide-ranging investigation of a Navy sailor who admitted to Groton Town Police last year that he had sexually assaulted multiple underage victims.


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