Nor'easter No. 4: Worst to start after 3 p.m.

Jean Tardif shovels the sidewalk outside her Greeneville home in Norwich as the third major nor'easter in two weeks hits the region Tuesday, March 13, 2018. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Don’t be fooled by the small fits of snow you’ve seen this morning — the worst is yet to come.

Lancers, led by coach Chris Landry, embrace change in the pursuit of lacrosse redemption

Waterford’s Logan Bowdish (16) jumps as he throws a pass during the Eastern Connecticut Conference finals at East Lyme High School last year, which the team lost 11-9. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

The Lancers boys’ lacrosse team opens up the season March 28 in a non-conference game against the Branford Hornets at home.

March snowstorm No. 4 will start Wednesday morning, won't stop till Thursday

The fourth winter snowstorm this month is expected to dump at least 5 inches and as many as 14 inches on southeastern Connecticut on 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 on Wednesday afternoon and could leave up to 2 feet on the ground in inland New London County, as well as cause minor coastal flooding and possibly some more power outages.

'Concerning' Snapchat post leads to Lyme man's arrest

State police have arrested a 19-year-old who allegedly sent a “concerning” Snapchat post to several friends and Lyme-Old Lyme High School students Tuesday.

Police: New London man found with 25 marijuana plants

Police arrested a New London man on drug charges Friday after finding 25 marijuana plants in his apartment, according to a New London Police Department news release.

Delays remain after morning crash on Gold Star Bridge

While crews quickly cleared a two-car crash on the southbound side of the Gold Star Memorial Bridge Tuesday morning, a state Department of Transportation website shows heavy delays remain in the area.

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.

UPDATED: North Stonington man injured when pickup rolls over on I-95

Firefighters from the Wequetequock Fire Department and Westerly Fire Department work the scene of a truck that rolled over on Interstate 95 northbound near Exit 92 in Stonington on Saturday evening, March 17, 2018. (Tim Martin/The Day)

A North Stonington man was injured late Saturday night when he was ejected from his pickup truck after it left the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 and rolled over multiple times.




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Investment in sub manufacturing training needed to fend off competition, senators say

State Sens. Paul Formica, R-East Lyme, and Heather Somers, R-Groton, are urging support for a bill that would provide $10 million in state funding over the next five years to train advanced manufacturing workers for Electric Boat and other employers...

Left behind: Navy families navigate life at home

Kelsey lays down a Christmas tree after cutting it as Jessica Whitman, holding her daughter, Charlotte, looks on and Hadley and Colton run out of the way on Friday, Nov. 24, 2017, at Geer Tree Farms in Griswold.

To get a better sense of what life is like at home while submarine crews are deployed, Day reporter Julia Bergman and photographer Sarah Gordon spent about five months shadowing two Navy families of sailors aboard the fast-attack submarine USS...

Submarines in high demand, officials say, as USS Colorado is commissioned

The crew of the Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS Colorado (SSN 788) bow their heads for the benediction while manning the rails during the commissioning ceremony at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Conn., on Saturday, March 17, 2018.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

The Navy's newest attack submarine, the USS Colorado (SSN 788), was commissioned Saturday in a ceremony at the Naval Submarine Base at a time when these warships are in high demand.



Boy arrested over shooting threat at Connecticut high school

Police have arrested a Connecticut high school student they say threatened to shoot a teacher

Large amounts of blood found in Enfield apartment building

Police search for source of a large amount of blood found in Connecticut apartment building

Cynthia Nixon takes aim at Cuomo in 1st campaign event

Candidate for New York governor Cynthia Nixon speaks during her first campaign stop at the Bethesda Healing Center church, Tuesday March 20, 2018, in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn in New York. Nixon will challenge New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for the Democratic nomination. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon took aim at her Democratic primary opponent, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, criticizing him for favoring corporations and the rich over average New Yorkers