Latest submarine of Virginia class passes milestone

With Vermont Gov. Phil Scott, right, looking on, Electric Boat President Jeffrey Geiger, center, applauds after ship's sponsor Gloria Valdez smashed the christening bottle of Vermont sparkling water on her first swing during the christening of the Virginia-class attack submarine PCU Vermont (SSN 792) on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, at Electric Boat in Groton, Conn.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Electric Boat christens 19th Virginia-class submarine Vermont.

Warm, wet weather means peak foliage season will fall short

A woman fishes in the waters of Spaulding Pond in Norwich's Mohegan Park in front of a muted display of fall foliage colors Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Higher than average temperatures and a wet summer are leaving much to be desired this autumn, experts say.

McCarty, Welch-Collins face off in 38th House District

Democrat Baird Welch-Collins and incumbent Republican state Rep. Kathleen McCarty, seen in this composite image, are vying for the 38th District state House seat.

Republican incumbent Kathleen McCarty faces a challenge for the 38th state House District from Democratic Waterford RTM member Baird Welch-Collins.

Oakdale man charged with DUI following Montville accident

State police have charged an Oakdale man with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs following a crash Thursday afternoon.

Police: Teen in custody after stabbing at Foxwoods mall

Tribal police are investigating a stabbing at the Tanger Outlet mall at Foxwoods Resort Casino on Saturday afternoon that involved four young adults.

Fire broke out Friday at Misquamicut Beach pavilion

A fire broke out Friday afternoon at the pavilion at Misquamicut State Beach and caused extensive damage to the concession stand area.

Three people taken to hospital following early morning New London crash

Three people were taken to the hospital following an early morning crash in New London.

Groton woman charged with racial intimidation after defacing photos

Mother allegedly ripped up photos of her daughter's boyfriend and wrote racial epithets on them.




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Small plane rolls off runway and onto Long Island road

In this photo provided by Fully Involved Media Group LLC, a Piper PA-28 sits on the Montauk Highway in Center Moriches, N.Y., Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018. The Federal Aviation Administration says the aircraft landed at Lufker Airport and rolled off the runway onto the adjacent highway. There are no reports of injuries. (Brian LaMonica Jr./Fully Involved Media Group LLC via AP)

A small airplane ended up on a Long Island road after authorities say the aircraft ran off the runway; no one was injured.

Family of girl slain 25 years ago holding tip campaign to find killer

The family of a 10-year-old Massachusetts girl killed 25 years ago has not given up hope of finding her killer

Rescue crews free worker trapped in industrial equipment

Hartford rescue crews freed a worker at a waste collection and recycling center who was trapped in some industrial equipment