It’s November 2020, eight months into the pandemic, and three of us are swimming in a line in 55 degree water off the coast of Stonington. I have never in my life swum outside this far into the fall.
Some southeastern Connecticut residents awoke Friday morning to find their lawns covered in snow.
I’m happy to announce that the Times has a new assistant editor: Owen Poole, a former sportswriter and most recently copy editor for The Day.
Fans took cover from the rain Thursday while watching the Fitch vs. Waterford boys' lacrosse game in Groton.
The second day of Mystic Seaport Museum's Pirate Days was a bit soggy for visitors, but the show went on nevertheless.
State Rep. Greg Howard, R-Stonington, will host an Earth Day cleanup of the Pawcatuck River on Saturday, April 24.
At Church of the City, about 100 people — members and nonmembers of the church alike — got a first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
Luis Noel Cruz was just 18 when he was ordered by members of the Latin Kings gang to kill two men in Bridgeport in 1994. He spent nearly 30 years behind bars, but on Monday walked away from prison as a free man.
The plan calls for graduates to be on the field and family members in the stands if there is good weather, everyone in their vehicles in the stadium parking lot if it rains.
The City of Groton Police Local 3355 of Council 4 AFSCME unanimously voted to endorse Keith Hedrick for mayor of Groton City.
Three people spoke during the first budget hearing on the city manager's proposed $138.6 million combined city and school budget with a 1.57% tax increase.
A majority of Ledyard taxpayers will see their taxes go up, under a preliminary 2021-22 budget plan passed Wednesday night by the Town Council.
A public hearing on the city's proposed fiscal year 2022 budget will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 19.
Poetry in a Pandemic local offers readers a chance to share their poetry written during or related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Even in the darkest of days, Paul and Betty found ways to joke and laugh and keep each other and everyone around them going.
A New London man faces assault, robbery and other charges stemming from an alleged home invasion at a Norwich residence.
On Wednesday afternoon, a mountain biker had to be transported by Life Star helicopter from the Groton Town police department after sustaining severe injuries, police say.
Arrests by state and local police in the region.