Early morning fire in Stonington displaces two residents

Stonington police Capt. Todd Olson said the fire was caused by a wood-burning stove in the single-family home at 985 Stonington Road.

UConn men fall to No. 14 Villanova, 61-55

UConn's Alterique Gilbert, right, drives to the basket against Villanova's Jermaine Samuels, left, during the second half of Saturday's game at Philadelphia. Villanova won 61-55. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)

The Huskies lost to No. 14 Villanova, 61-55, in a non-conference game at Wells Fargo Center.

Veggies, fruit could be cut back in latest school lunch proposal

Cafeteria worker Imelda Pastora helps 7th- and 8th-graders as they make their way through a school lunch line in Montgomery County, Md. Taped to the counter is a sheet detailing the calories for the day's lunch, a new program in Montgomery County. (Photo for The Washington Post by Deb Lindsey)

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has taken another whack at former first lady Michelle Obama's signature achievement: Establishing stricter nutritional standards for school breakfasts and lunches. And on her birthday.

11 U.S. troops needed treatment after Iranian missile attack, Pentagon says

U.S. officials near a crater caused by Iranian airstrikes inside the Ain al-Asad base near Anbar, Iraq, on Jan. 13, 2020. (Photo for The Washington Post by Emilienne Malfatto)

Eleven U.S. military personnel required medical treatment outside Iraq after Iranian missile strikes, defense officials said, reversing earlier assurances from President Donald Trump and the Pentagon that there had been no American casualties.

U.S. to screen airline passengers from China for new illness

In this Jan. 4, 2020, file photo, a health surveillance officer monitors passengers arriving at the Hong Kong International airport in Hong Kong. On Friday, Jan. 17, 2020, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said they will begin screening airline passengers at three U.S. airports who traveled from Wuhan in central China, for a new illness that has prompted worries about a new international outbreak. (AP Photo/Andy Wong, File)

U.S. health officials have announced they will begin screening airline passengers from central China for a new virus that is making people sick

Hillary Clinton to 2020 Democratic voters: pick a winner

Hillary Clinton participates in the Hulu

Hillary Rodham Clinton has advice for Democratic voters faced with an unsettled field of presidential contenders: pick a winner



Lamont gives New London another swift kick

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Early morning fire in Stonington displaces two residents

Stonington police Capt. Todd Olson said the fire was caused by a wood-burning stove in the single-family home at 985 Stonington Road.

Road remains closed hours after accident near Waterford Speedbowl

Route 85 is closed in the area of the Waterford-New London Speedbowl due to a car that crashed into a power pole Friday morning. The road has been closed for hours.

No cause of death yet in Todt case

The cause of death for all four victims is pending the results of a toxicology study, which usually take 10 to 12 weeks.


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