Family court judges face the wrath of unhappy litigants and legislators

The 25 to 30 judges who preside each year over 50,000 cases, including divorces and child custody/visitation disputes, have come under attack by unhappy litigants, some of whom have resorted to threats of violence, anti-semitic and racist Internet...

Volunteers need help with search for woman missing in May 27 boating mishap

A Ledyard woman is looking for help with her volunteer search for Sofia McKenna, the 21-year-old North Stonington woman who remains missing after a May 27 boating mishap off Avery Point in Groton.

Stonington combines tax bills this year

Tax Collector Linda Camelio has announced that town and fire district tax bills will be combined into one bill when they are sent out to property owners this month.

Norwich police charge man in connection with DWI crash

Police charged a Colchester man with driving under the influence and numerous other offenses Saturday night after they say his pickup truck swerved into oncoming traffic, striking a car and seriously injuring a mother and her two children.

Serious crash on Interstate 395 in Montville

A motorcyclist was seriously injured early Sunday night in a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 395 near the Troop E state police barracks.

Police issue bulletin for missing New London man

Police issue bulletin for missing New London man

New London police investigate stabbings reported Friday

The incidents occurred in the area of Williams and Chappell streets. Two individuals were reportedly stabbed and transported to L+M for treatment of injuries that were not life-threatening, police said.

Norwich police arrest man in crash that injured two small children

Police have arrested 32-year old Carlos Davila on Saturday evening after they said he evaded the scene of a crash that seriously injured a 3-year-old and a 6-year-old.

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Norwich woman hopes relations with North Korea will bring brother's remains home

Anna Baton was a teenager when her mother received a telegram informing the family that her brother, Army Sgt. Alfred Devanno, went missing in action while fighting in the Korean War, was presumed dead. More than 65 years later, his remains are...

Local Fleet Reserve Association to host annual picnic for vets, families June 23

Groton — Branch 20 of the local Fleet Reserve Association will hold their regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on June 21 at the branch home, 242 Thames St. Unit 20 will hold their regular monthly meeting on June 21 at 6 p.m.

Submarine officer basic course holds graduation

Groton — Sixty-six members of "Class 18050" graduated June 15 from the Submarine Officer Basic Course. Cmdr. Reed Koepp, commanding officer of the USS Colorado, was guest speaker. Ensign David Yee received the L.Y. Spear Award...

STATE/NORTHEAST

Governor to swear in new Connecticut chief justice

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is set to swear in new Connecticut Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson during a ceremony at the state Supreme Court

In new job, disgraced governor helps fellow ex-cons

In this Sept. 18, 2014, file photo, former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland, right, arrives with his wife Patty Rowland at federal court, in New Haven, Conn. Rowland, fresh off his second prison stint, is now working as a fundraiser for a religious group that helps prisoners return to their communities. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)

Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland has landed a new job _ fundraiser _ following his second stint in federal custody

UMaine to use $14M from feds to launch infrastructure center

The University of Maine says it has won an award of about $14 million from the federal government to launch a new center about improving infrastructure