Connecticut delegation has more questions than answers after attack

U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, who voted to pass the war powers resolution, said it was about restating Congress' authority to declare war.


Region natives graduate from college

Region natives graduate from universities around the country.

A deadly hunger: Rare condition causes insatiable desire for food

Larry Grundy watches his daughter Cami, 21, prepare her dinner Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020, at their home in Groton. Cami lives with Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare disorder that along with learning disabilities creates an insatiable hunger in the individual. Larry and his wife, Kimberly, must create a complete food secure environment so Cami will not consume food outside of her daily diet.   (Tim Cook/The Day)

In the Grundy family's Groton home, the kitchen remains locked at all times and under an alarm at night. Everyone in the family knows the codes to unlock the door and disable the alarm — except Cami.

Anything goes: Hygienic Art brings art, music and film to downtown New London

Anne Scheibner of New London works on finishing her sculpture

The annual show allows artists to bring one piece of art to display with “no judge, no jury, no fees and no censorship."

Seven months later, Old Lyme residents still search for solutions to beaver flooding

Dave Berggren points out spots of black mold Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020, on the ceiling of his home on Boughton Road in Old Lyme. He has been dealing with major flooding issues for years due to beaver dams built on Black Hill Pond. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

The man whose property on Black Hall Pond is being flooded by nearby beaver activity is again calling on town officials to finally step up and help him solve his beaver woes.


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Instead of displaying responsible fiscal leadership, Connecticut Republicans choose political...


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Judge: Students can't be kicked out of UConn housing

A federal judge has ruled that two University of Connecticut students cannot be kicked out of university housing while their First Amendment lawsuit is in progress

State trooper's duties limited pending probe into fatal shooting

A coalition of religious leaders and the family of a 19-year-old man shot and killed by a Connecticut State Police trooper have come to an agreement with the state on the duty status of the trooper involved in the shooting