Competitors, and their humans, gathered Thursday at the fairgrounds here for an annual Pawcatuck River Labrador Retriever Club event.
Residents complain inaction by the town is leaving them to fend for themselves in a property dispute involving Tantummaheag Landing.
Carmella Cornish was spending time coloring Thursday on the pier at Greens Harbor Beach with her friend Maya Cooper.
The legislative body appointed to determine the new map has about two months to redraw districts.
Two years after proposing the idea, the city is prepared to pilot a new Smart Ride system in the city.
Gov. Ned Lamont expects the Connecticut General Assembly to convene in a special session Monday or Tuesday and is pushing legislators to vote in favor of a few emergency orders he views as necessary to keeping people safe.
Proposal seeks to end town's bid to recover attorney's fees it incurred in state and federal actions dating back more than a decade.
A large event at 138 Mediterranean Lane, Norwich prompted several complaints to the city and police and is part of an ongoing dispute between the city and the owner.
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A veteran has to be referred by a counselor, for post trautmatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression or something else, but once they are there, “every single one of them says it helps.”
Frank Socha was named fire district chairman in the late 1970s, and his community kept him as its faithful leader until he passed, Sept. 10, 2021.
Teams made up of family and friends of eight people who struggled with addiction and died will play at the annual event organized by Community Speaks Out.
Amtrak police and local law enforcement officers teamed up in Groton and Mystic this week for Operation Clear Track, an initiative meant to raise awareness and enforce safe railroad crossing during Rail Safety Week.
The Board of Education continues to enforce mask policy in schools after a COVID-19 update during a meeting Tuesday night.
The Norwich Rogers Road transfer station will be open free on Saturday for Norwich residents to dispose of storm-damaged debris from Hurricane Ida.
A house fire injured two residents at 97 Somersett Drive on Thursday night, including an elderly woman who was flown to the Connecticut Burn Center at Bridgeport Hospital with life-threatening injuries, Groton Town police say.
A man was transported to the hospital with serious injuries Thursday night after he was hit by a train, Norwich police say.
A fire broke out in an apartment kitchen early Wednesday morning, leaving one person displaced from their home, according to fire officials.