Connecticut health exchange CEO to step down in April

The CEO of Connecticut's health insurance exchange plans to step down in April

Police seeking who brought ammo found in school restroom

Police in Rhode Island are investigating who is responsible for the ammunition discovered in a middle school boys' restroom

Lottery official on leave after New Year's drawing mistake

The security director of the Connecticut Lottery Corporation has been placed on paid leave following an internal probe into a New Year's drawing mistake

Senators call for $1B for flu vaccine development

A group of U.S senators is calling for a $1 billion federal government investment for the development of a universal flu vaccine

Storm expected to bring as much as 8 inches of snow

A winter storm could bring as much as 8 inches of snow to southern New England and less to northern states


Conference aims to boost support for domestic violence victims

The goal of the gathering, which was a response to the recent resignations of two White House staffers over domestic violence allegations, was to highlight how employers can support victims of domestic violence.

Ceremony to mark deadly nightclub fire postponed due to snow

FILE - In this Friday, May 19, 2017 file photo, workers finalize details at a memorial in West Warwick, R.I., at the site of The Station nightclub fire that killed 100 and injured more than 200 people in 2003. A ceremony to mark the 15th anniversary of a deadly nightclub fire that killed 100 people has been postponed due to an expected snowstorm. The Station Fire Memorial Foundation announced the postponement on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018.(AP Photo/Michelle R. Smith, File)

Ceremony to mark 15th anniversary of nightclub fire that killed 100 people postponed because expected snowstorm

Senate confirms John Durham as Connecticut U.S. attorney

The U.S. Senate has unanimously confirmed John Durham as the chief federal prosecutor in Connecticut

Report finds no evidence that bullying led to teen's suicide

Investigators say there is no evidence bullying played a role in the suicide of a student at a private Connecticut school _ a finding disputed by the teen's mother

Lawmaker pitches Connecticut gun seizure law to other states

Connecticut lawmaker urges other states to consider law that removes guns from troubled people

Annual Connecticut overdose deaths top 1,000 for first time

Connecticut's chief medical examiner says annual drug overdose deaths in the state have topped 1,000 for the first time

GOP senator arrested for video voyeurism, extortion

A Rhode Island state senator has been arrested by state police on charges of video voyeurism and extortion

Bond commission approves economic development funds

The State Bond Commission approved financing Friday for a wide array of economic development initiatives and the first wave of relief for homeowners struggling with crumbling foundations.



Connecticut Landmarks has not followed bequest terms for house in East Haddam

The house, which Landmarks was given in 2005, has never been regularly open to the public as a...


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Holiday closings for Presidents Day

Monday is Presidents Day, a federal holiday. Here’s what’s open and what’s closed.

Salem grand list remained flat in 2017

The town's tax base remained flat in 2017, ending the year at $370.8 million, according to calculations from assessor Barbara Perry.

Senator Somers to hold coffee hour on Tuesday in Pawcatuck

Stonington _ State Senator Heather Somers, R-18th District, will hold a coffee hour on Tuesday from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at Mia’s Café, 1 West Broad St., Pawcatuck.

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Kurdish doctors report suspected Turkish gas attack in Syria

Local doctors and Syria's state-run news agency are reporting that six civilians have suffered breathing difficulties after what they say was a poison gas attack launched by Turkey on the Kurdish-controlled enclave of Afrin