Support grows for so-called Sanctuary City resolution in New London

Public sentiment for a proposed resolution in which the city would declare its support for its undocumented immigrant population, visibly shifted on Monday.

Families clash at New London murder arraignment

David Edwards of New London smiles and gestures to his family and friends in the courtroom as he is escorted out after his arraignment in New London Superior Court Tuesday, April 24, 2018.  Edwards is accused of the murder of Joshua Fine of New London.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

David Carson Edwards, 39, is accused of fatally shooting Joshua Fine, 27, in the chest during an early morning melee on April 2 near the American Legion on Garfield Avenue in New London.

Another Montville administrator placed on leave, not connected to fight probe

In this June 2011 file photo, Montville coach Phil Orbe is pictured at Dodd Stadium in Norwich after being named the 2011 All-Area Spring Sports baseball coach of the year.  (Tim Martin/The Day)

Phil Orbe, the high school's interim assistant principal since January, has been placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into statements he allegedly made to a student, the district said Monday night.

New revelations have tribes looking to Interior probe

Amid new revelations about the federal government’s handling of their amended gaming agreements with the state, the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes are banking on an investigation launched at the request of Connecticut’s congressional delegation.

Mashantucket tribal official facing drunken-driving charges in California

Police in Santa Monica, Calif., have charged the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe’s chief of staff with drunken driving in a crash with a train last week that left his two teenage sons injured, one critically.

UConn professor finds new way to test submarine parts for vibration

A University of Connecticut professor and his graduate students have found a way to test submarine parts for vibrations sooner in the design process.

Foxwoods moves to certify outcome of union vote

Foxwoods Resort Casino confirmed Monday that the casino’s Environmental Services Department workers voted in favor of union representation Friday.

Naskart Racing, Mohegan Sun to announce partnership

Naskart Racing and Mohegan Sun will announce a new partnership Tuesday that coincides with a “full rebranding” of the Naskart go-kart and trampoline complex on Sachatello Industrial Drive.

The rest of Trump's Cabinet makes Linda McMahon look good

The former wrestling mogul, circling the country preaching her small business sermon, has remained scandal free.

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A careful evaluation of judicial spending priorities is needed

Rather than just adding more judges, the legislature needs to know how it can get the best bang for the taxpayers' buck when it comes to staffing Connecticut's Judicial Branch.

Consumer be damned

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Swamp politics aids MGM in clash with tribal casinos

Has the Trump administration cooked up an approach that disrupts the plans for the East Windsor casino and, in the process, do MGM’s bidding? It sure looks like that.

Offshore wind energy right for Connecticut

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MOST RECENT POLL

Do you think New London should pass a resolution outlining measures under which federal immigration enforcement agents may conduct operations in the city and to what extent city police will aid them?

No, it could threaten the city's access to some federal aid.

10%

Yes, it would improve community relations with city police.

6%

No, city police should turn over all undocumented immigrants to federal officials without question.

62%

Yes, undocumented immigrants still have rights and deserve protection from crime.

22%

Number of votes: 451