Attorney for alleged sexual assault victim questions Norwich Free Academy's response

An attorney for one of the alleged victims said Norwich Free Academy should have fired the coach sooner and should have notified all parents of the investigation sooner.

A tale of two crashes in Montville

A damaged stone wall, several feet of tire marks and a knocked-down sign are seen Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, on Moxley Road in Montville, where Town Council Chairman Tom McNally says he swerved to avoid a deer and crashed his truck Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018. McNally has not been charged in that incident. (Benjamin Kail/The Day)

Accident summaries reveal stark differences in town police investigations of separate one-vehicle crashes last week, one involving an Oakdale resident charged with DUI and the other involving Town Council Chairman Tom McNally, who was not charged.

DOT Commissioner discusses transportation lockbox proposal with local officials

State Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker told local officials on Wednesday that the outlook for transportation has completely changed since he last shared “awful news” in January that the state was facing a funding...

Police identify body discovered in Norwich

Sgt. Christopher Merrill watches as a medical examiner pulls up to the scene where a body was found behind Mini Melts USA Inc. at the end of Alms House Lane in Norwich on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. (Lindsay Boyle/The Day)

Police were searching the area behind 245 Asylum St. after a body was found by the railroad tracks there Wednesday morning.

Two unlocked cars stolen from Groton City residence

Two unlocked cars were stolen from a residence near Eastern Point Beach on Friday morning, and city police said they’ve identified one suspect who also is believed to be involved in several other car thefts across the state.

Investigation into Montville councilor's crash remains ongoing

A one-vehicle crash last week involving Town Council Chairman Tom McNally remains under investigation by state police, Resident State Trooper Sgt. Mark Juhola said Tuesday night.

Police logs - Sept. 19, 2018

Recurring police logs

New London rollover on Thursday claims life of Marlborough man

State police said a 56-year-old Marlborough man died after his car rolled over on Interstate 95 on Thursday night.




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New ‘atlas’ tracks social media sentiment for Lamont, Stefanowski, other candidates

Gubernatorial candidate Republican Bob Stefanowski, left, listens as Democrat Ned Lamont speaks during a debate at the Shubert Theatre in New Haven, Conn., on Monday, Sept. 17 2018. (Peter Hvizdak/New Haven Register via AP)

Ipsos conducts weekly polling uses a modeling method to determine whether a race is leaning toward a Republican or Democratic candidate. Its surveys show the Connecticut gubernatorial race is a dead heat.

Judge throws out lawsuit by ex-wrestlers over concussions

A federal judge in Connecticut has dismissed a lawsuit by 60 former professional wrestlers who claimed World Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head trauma

Teen killed in dramatic Massachusetts natural gas explosions is laid to rest

An Andover resident leaves old town hall which is open for claims and information, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018, in Andover, Mass., in the wake of last week's gas explosions and fires. About 8,600 customers were affected by the explosions, with many having to evacuate their homes for days, and some possibly having to go without gas service for weeks. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

Hundreds of mourners have come out to remember the Massachusetts teen who died in last week's natural gas explosions north of Boston