Region natives graduate from universities around the country.
In the Grundy family's Groton home, the kitchen remains locked at all times and under an alarm at night. Everyone in the family knows the codes to unlock the door and disable the alarm — except Cami.
The annual show allows artists to bring one piece of art to display with “no judge, no jury, no fees and no censorship."
The man whose property on Black Hall Pond is being flooded by nearby beaver activity is again calling on town officials to finally step up and help him solve his beaver woes.
Joselaine Jean Pierre is slowly recovering from an attack of sepsis in May 2017 and hopes to be reunited with two sons from Haiti soon.
Municipal meetings for the week beginning Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020.
For the past 19 years, friends and family of James Greenleaf Jr. have led the effort to ensure his memory is kept alive through three local events helping to fund the James A. Greenleaf Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund.
The movie “1917” will be shown at the AMC Theaters at Lisbon Landing on Feb. 8 as a fundraiser to restore the city’s captured German World War I howitzer.
A common loon and a harbor seal were spotted Friday in the waters of Stonington Harbor.
State and local officials stress the importance of the 2020 Census to Norwich and southeastern Connecticut.
Groton Public Schools, in partnership with the Connecticut State Department of Education, will host a Troops to Teachers information session on Tuesday.
State Rep. Mike France, R-Ledyard, and state Sen. Heather Somers, R-Groton, will hold a town hall-style meeting at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Preston Public Library.
State Rep. Doug Dubitsky, R-Chaplin, will hold a town hall-style meeting with voters at 6 p.m. Monday at Norwich City Hall.
Democrat Bob Statchen, who was defeated by Republican Heather Somers in the race for the 18th District state Senate seat in 2018, has announced he will run again for the seat this fall.
Preston officials reached a settlement agreement with the state to replace 30-year-old underground fuel tanks that have exceeded their lifespan.
Keating joined the police department in 1995 because he wanted variety on the job. It was what he expected, and more.
Westerly police are investigating a fatal shooting Saturday even as police converged in Ledyard to track a possible suspect.
Police said the accident occurred about 8:34 p.m. Friday in the area of 345 Bank St.