Norwich police arrest Norwalk man in domestic violence assault

A Norwalk man was arrested on assault and other charges Wednesday afternoon following a domestic violence incident on Cliff Street that brought a large police response to the neighborhood after initial erroneous reports of gunshots, police said.

'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 logs - March 22, 2018

Recurring police logs

Police: New London man found with 25 marijuana plants

Police said they found 25 marijuana plants in the home of a man they arrested Friday on a warrant for domestic violence-related charges.



il Pomod'Oro Restaurant & Pizzeria: Hold the handicapped access

New restaurant on Boston Post Road has no exterior handicapped access, just a sign with a phone...


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Nature Notes: Herring gulls not your ordinary shorebird

This young herring gull is resting on a jetty in Weekapaug, R.I. They are the most common gulls in New England, and can live 29 years or longer in the wild. (Photo by Bill Hobbs)

For many, the herring gull is synonymous with the Connecticut coast, but few know how clever this “seagull” is.

ELHS’s Thomas Bartok enjoys his football journey

East Lyme High School offensive lineman Thomas Bartok (photo submitted)

Bartok’s love of the game might have not have prevented some parents from denying him the opportunity to play because of the fear of concussions.

New London considering idea of privatizing trash collection

Some nudging by the City Center District has the City Council exploring the idea of privatizing curbside trash collection even as it studies the potential benefits of a pay-as-you-throw trash removal system.

Nor'easter No. 4 a few hours late and weaker than expected

Mary Tucciarone of Stonington Borough takes her two 7-year-old male black pugs Gus, left, and his brother Vinnie for a walk along Main Street in the borough during the early evening as a fourth nor'easter hits the area Wednesday, March 21, 2018.  (Tim Martin/The Day)

The snowfall totals from the region's fourth nor'easter in three weeks may be less than originally predicted, but as of Wednesday afternoon the worst was yet to come.



Lawmakers consider bills to reclassify young adult offenders

State lawmakers are considering proposals from Governor Dannel P. Malloy designed to keep more young offenders out of Connecticut's prisons

Police: EMS volunteer took photos of patients

Police say a Connecticut Emergency Medical Services volunteer took inappropriate photos of patients riding in the ambulance

Mom of Boston woman slain 30 years ago offers forgiveness

A Boston woman whose 19-year-old daughter was killed more than 30 years ago told the man convicted of the killing that she forgives him

Towns told to make up for state education cuts

Shortly after the governor imposed $58 million in midyear cuts to state education aid for 130 communities last November, the state informed superintendents their districts would lose even more state funding if they compensated by cutting their own...