Colman Street fire displaces three

New London — A fire at 115 Colman St. displaced three people Sunday night. Those occupants were living on the third floor of the three-family home. The New London Fire Department was dispatched around 4:30 p.m. and distinguished the...

Police logs - Dec. 10, 2018

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Police logs - Dec. 9, 2018

Arrests by state and local police around the region.

State charges 'Man about the House' contractor with registration offenses

A home improvement contractor who does business as "Man about the House" was charged on Dec. 4 with performing work for a Groton City couple without being registered by the state.

Police: Wrong way driver charged with DUI after chase on I-95

State police at Troop E in Montville said they arrested a Newington man early Saturday who drove a pickup truck in the wrong direction on Interstate 95 from Stonington to East Lyme.

Jury delivers guilty verdict in Norwich Goth strangulation case

A jury, after hearing nearly a month of unusual testimony in a case involving followers of the Goth subculture, found Kristopher Prudhomme guilty Friday after deliberating for just a few hours in New London Superior Court.

New London firefighters deliver baby outside headquarters

From left, Lt. Jeremy Hynek and firefighters Barry Fuller, Joseph Nott, Knute Malinowsky and Michael Gentile helped deliver a baby in a vehicle outside the New London Fire Department headquarters on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. (Courtesy of Battalion Chief Mark Waters)

The city's fire department headquarters saw some excitement Friday night, delivering a baby right outside on Bank Street.



Let's lure Ocean Community YMCA's magic to the Norwich-New London corridor

The Ocean Community Y service area includes Montville, Waterford, Groton, Norwich and New London,...


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Santa Clauses coming to town

Over 600 participants in Santa suits move up Bank Street during the Run for a Claus race on Sunday, December 9, 2018 in New London. The Hartford Marathon Foundation organized the 2.5 mile run with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Covenant Shelter of New London. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Over 600 participants joined in the Hartford Marathon Foundation's inaugural New London Run for a Claus race on Sunday

New London may consolidate city offices, sell three buildings

New London city officials are working on a plan to obtain office space and lease, rather than own, its own offices with the exception of City Hall.

Newly opened brewery brings craft beer to Niantic

Friends, clockwise from left, Jim Doran, Jayne Keedle, Patrick Tolley and Alison Tolley laugh at a joke at Niantic Public House. The new brewery opened for business on Main Street in East Lyme and offers local beer and wine. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Todd Sakowski has dreamed about opening a brewery since he was a student.

Fairview launches Lymphedema Management Program

Jessica Vincent, an occupational therapist and certified lymphedema specialist at Fairview, measures the limbs of Gerard O´Brien on Friday, Dec. 7, to check progress with his treatment. (Erica Moser/The Day)

Thte Lymphatic Education & Research Network defines lymphedema as a chronic disease "that results in disfiguring swelling in one or more parts of the body."



Agencies warn Lamont of looming surge in state retirements

Incoming Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, standing, listens to members of one of the 15 transition public policy groups he formed to help provide recommendations for his new administration, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, at Eastern Connecticut State University in Willimantic. (AP Photo/Susan Haigh)

Agency heads have told Connecticut's incoming governor that large numbers of veteran employees will retire in the coming years

Newtown shooter described 'scorn for humanity'

Documents from the investigation into the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut are shedding light on the gunman's anger, scorn for other people, and deep social isolation in the years leading up to the shooting