JFR Test of embedded BS carousel

JFR Test of embedded BS carousel; uses iframe of carousel embedded from projects server.

Norwich to try again to form school facilities plan

A second attempt to come up with a plan to consolidate and renovate city schools could start Monday with a proposal to appoint an 11-member committee assisted by city and school officials to evaluate the 15 school buildings and make recommendations...

Groton library volunteer gave to others even as she faced challenges

Jody Katz, with a student at Groton Public Library. (Photo courtesy Groton Public Library)

The Connecticut Library Association will honor Jody Katz of Groton with the state's 2018 Edith B. Nettleton Award for her dedication and volunteer library service, and her family and Groton Public Library staff will accept it on her behalf.

Sen. Somers to hold coffee hour in Pawcatuck on Tuesday

State Sen. Heather Somers, R-18th District, will host a coffee hour on Tuesday from 8 to 9 a.m. at Mia’s Café, 1 W. Broad St. in Pawcatuck.

'Hygienic Egg 2018: a focus on the Poetry of Death' brings dance, song and poetry to New London

Cristin Cawley dances to

Dozens of locals packed into the Hygenic Art gallery Sunday for “Hygienic Egg 2018: a Focus on the Poetry of Death,” the eighth annual promenade performance put on by performers and artists associated with the Dragon’s Egg, an...

Births - March 18

Births - March 18



Washington lawmakers keep their state of Connecticut medical plans

Gubernatorial candidate Tim Herbst cites five former Connecticut lawmakers who have stayed on the...


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Boston celebrates boisterous 117th St. Patrick's Day parade

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, right, greets people in the crowd during the annual St. Patrick's Day parade, Sunday, March 18, 2018, in Boston. The city's 117th St. Patrick's Day Parade followed a shortened snow route used three of the past four years due to the buildup of snow from three recent nor'easters. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Thousands of people dressed in green have swarmed the streets of Boston to see the annual St. Patrick's Day parade

3 killed in Massachusetts residential building blaze

Three people have died in a residential building fire that caused residents to jump from windows.