New London to consider sizable bump to mayor's salary

The City Council is considering a boost to the mayor’s pay and at least one councilor thinks the position is worth nearly twice as much as the current $86,000 salary.

CMEEC appoints investigation committee, works to stave off legislative action

CMEEC appoints a board committee to oversee an internal investigation into the federal indictments of two top staff and three former board members.

New London's Transgender Day of Remembrance

Members of the crowd hold candles during a Transgender Day of Remembrance at Parade Plaza in New London on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.  The event, organized by outCT, serves to memorialize those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice with their names read out loud during the vigil.   (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Standing on the steps of City Hall at the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil on Tuesday, Polly Sioux said tonight is about "standing up as New London and saying hate has no place here."

State police in Montville to boost patrols this week

State police Troop E will boost patrols Wednesday through Sunday to find and ticket drivers who are intoxicated, distracted, speeding and/or unbuckled, police said.

New London police seek missing 14-year-old girl

Police are looking for a 14-year-old girl who they said ran away from home Monday.

New London still working to fix leaky police headquarters

Eleven months after the state found two serious health hazards at the New London Police Department headquarters, officials are still working to stop water infiltration during heavy rains.

New London, Norwich, Stonington police to take part in 'Click It or Ticket'

New London, Norwich and Stonington police are among those that will increase enforcement this week as part of the national “Click It or Ticket” campaign.

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Mistrial declared in case of slain NYC runner

In this Aug. 6, 2016, file photo, mourners carry the casket of Karina Vetrano from St. Helen's Church following her funeral in the Howard Beach section of the Queens borough of New York. The trial of a man accused of killing Vetrano, a New York City woman who was sexually attacked while jogging near her family's home, has ended in a hung jury. A judge late Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018, granted a mistrial after the jury said it was split after just a day and a half of deliberations. (Steven Sunshine/Newsday via AP, File)

The trial of a man accused of killing a New York City woman who was sexually attacked while running near her family's home has ended in a hung jury

Green Tuesday: Crowds line up at 1st Massachusetts pot shops

Robert Golembeski, left, of Chepachet R.I., compares his driver license with that of another customer as they wait outside the Cultivate cannabis dispensary to purchase recreational marijuana on the first day of legal sales, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018, in Leicester, Mass. Cultivate is one of the first two shops permitted to sell recreational marijuana in the eastern United States, opening more than two years after Massachusetts voters approved it in 2016. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

More than two years after voters in Massachusetts approved of recreational marijuana for adults, there are finally places to buy it legally

Review: $12.5 million in outside cash spent on Connecticut elections

A review shows at least $12.5 million in outside money was spent on Connecticut's elections, including legislative races

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Captain resigns, sergeant suspended over Parkland massacre

The Florida sheriff's captain who oversaw the initial response to February's high school massacre is quitting and the first sergeant to arrive at the scene has been suspended