Another snowstorm clobbers the Northeast

A man walks back from his mailbox during a winter storm, Wednesday, March 7, 2018, in Springfield, Pa. The second big, blustery storm to hit the Northeast in less than a week brought wet, heavy snow to a corner of the country where tens of thousands of people were still waiting for the power to come back on from the previous bout. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

For the second time in less than a week, a storm is clobbering the Northeast with wet, heavy snow

Zuckerberg, Chan give $30M to Harvard and MIT for literacy

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are giving Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology $30 million to help improve the literacy skills of elementary school students across the nation

Police: Bones found in Connecticut cemetery not a concern

Police in Connecticut say the discovery of what appear to be human remains in a city cemetery is nothing to worry about

Connecticut lawmaker accused of affectionate texts resigns

A Connecticut legislator accused of sending affectionate texts to a teenage girl is resigning from the General Assembly

Suspended Yale student acquitted of rape charges

A suspended Yale University student accused of raping another undergraduate student in 2015 has been acquitted of all charges, and his lawyer is calling on the school to reinstate him


Malloy proposal addresses inmate births, other female prisoner issues

Inmate births are common at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, and staff can't recall any issues when dealing with the delivery of a child of an incarcerated mother, according to hospital public relations Director Michael O'Farrell.

Lottery headquarters flags lowered 20 years after shootings

U.S. and state flags outside the Connecticut Lottery headquarters are at half-staff on the 20th anniversary of the killings of four lottery executives

Residents seek study of Connecticut police firing range

Residents are urging Connecticut lawmakers to halt plans to build a state police firing range in Griswold and instead study alternative sites

Star field hockey player gets probation in shoplifting case

The star player on the national champion University of Connecticut field hockey team who was charged with stealing $34 in makeup has been accepted into a probation program

Former ESPN on-air personality files sex harassment lawsuit

A former on-air personality at ESPN has filed a lawsuit alleging that she was subjected to sexual harassment and then fired in retaliation for complaining about it

3 brothers plead guilty in child porn, child neglect case

Three brothers who police say lived in a Connecticut home with three severely neglected children have pleaded guilty to child porn charges

State, tribes, Interior agree MGM lacks standing to intervene in third-casino lawsuit

In filings Monday, attorneys for the tribes and the Interior Department and its secretary, Ryan Zinke, argue that MGM Resorts International lacks standing to intervene in the case.

Two prominent Shelton firefighters charged with arson

Two prominent volunteer firefighters are facing arson charges in connection with a blaze outside of their firehouse in Connecticut



Connecticut's 'Mona Lisa' sits inside a shuttered Landmarks house

An 18th-century chest considered to be an American furniture masterpeice remains out of public...


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With thousands still in the dark, some schools close for 2nd straight day

Utility line trucks from Hawkey-Elecnor, a contractor in Hauppauge, N.Y., depart the parking lot at the Crystal Mall in Waterford, where they had been staging all day, on Wednesday, March 7, 2018.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

As crews work to restore power to the thousands of customers who lost it during Wednesday's forceful snowstorm, some area schools will close for the second straight day, officials announced Thursday morning.

Norwich police: Three arrested in botched drug deal robbery

An 18-year-old Greeneville man and two juveniles were arrested on robbery and related charges stemming from a Feb. 3 incident in which they allegedly robbed and assaulted a 17-year-old male who had arranged a drug deal with the man.

New London police seek suspect in armed robbery

Police are asking the public to help them identify a man suspected of robbing a package store at gunpoint Wednesday evening.

Groton police seek 15-year-old ‘endangered runaway’

Payton Kirkland, who went missing earlier Tuesday, is described as a white male who has red hair and hazel eyes. He is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 115 pounds.


Groton town manager proposes $3.9 million capital spending plan

Town Manager John Burt has recommended a nearly $3.9 million capital improvement program for the coming fiscal year, including $1 million to replace the police department’s aging radio system.

Throwback Thursday: Tony May, the ultimate ice cream truck man

Tony May stands by his ice cream truck with Pamela Buzenski Bobinski, middle, her sister Debbie, left, and friend Elizabeth Zielinski. The photo was taken about 1960 in front of the Buzenski family home on Longview Street in New London. (Family photo courtesy of Pamela Buzenski Bobinski)

A photo posted by Pamela Buzenski Bobinski touched a nostalgic nerve on Facebook, eliciting dozens of happy memories of Tony May, who delivered ice cream to locals in the 1950s and 1960s, most notably in New London and Waterford.

Preston Town Hall phones, Internet service down

Town Hall, whose telephone and Internet service has been down since Wednesday night, might have to close early Thursday, First Selectman Robert Congdon said.

Wet, heavy snow causes widespread power outages

Soldiers and Sailors Monument and Union Station are seen Wednesday, March 7, 2018, in New London during the snow storm.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Rain and sleet gave way to thundersnow in New London County on Wednesday evening. Forecasters expect 3 to 9 inches of snowfall by 2 a.m. Thursday.