Three-term Republican incumbent state Senator Paul Formica and his Democratic challenger Martha Marx, debated issues such as the police accountability bill, minimum wage, marijuana, racial equality and the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday night.
Tamara Lanier has sued Harvard seeking release of 170-year-old images of her enslaved ancestors.
Officials highlighted on Tuesday the federal funding available to the hard-hit shellfish farming industry.
National Theater Institute student Max Younger and Patrick Thompson stay to different areas of the porch as they work through a song on Tuesday at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center.
The Stonington High School girls crew team passes the Mystic Seaport Museum Tuesday while practicing on the Mystic River. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
Since mid-September, the 120-bed Fairview Rehabiliation and Skilled Nursing Care Center has seen 52 residents and 17 staff members test positive for COVID-19. Two residents have died.
The Connecticut Arts Alliance and partners hosted a Create the Vote forum Tuesday with candidates from the shoreline and eastern Connecticut.
A ceremony will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. in which the Marine Sciences Building at UConn’s Avery Point campus will be renamed in honor of former Gov. Lowell P. Weicker Jr.
The Ledge Light Health District will host free COVID-19 testing at the Wheeler Middle School Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Connecticut Port Authority has agreed to use some of the $3 million promised by the offshore wind industry to explore the feasibility of expanding the piers at Fort Trumbull to also accommodate two commercial fishermen being displaced from State...
Democratic State Sen. Norm Needleman, D-Essex, has received endorsements from several organizations in his reelection run for the 33rd Senate District seat, most recently from NARAL Pro-Choice Connecticut.
Ryan Parks has been charged with voyeurism for allegedly filming inappropriate videos of women in Kohl’s and Target stores in Enfield.
Norwich Public Utilities crews completed repairs at about 2 a.m. Tuesday on a broken 30-inch water main on Fitchville Road.
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Rebecca Rose’s journey has led her to a way to combine her passions for entrepreneurship, photography, fine art and design.
Norwich police said a neighbor dispute escalated into an alleged exchange of racial and homosexual slurs followed by BB gun fire last Wednesday.
A person sustained a life-threatening gunshot wound on Monday that state police said occurred in an incident in which there appears to be no criminal aspect.
Area by state and local police across the region.