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    Norwich man gets 12 years in bomb possession case

    A 60-year-old former Norwich man found to be in possession of pipe bombs and an illegal AR-15 rifle, among other illegal items, was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison.

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    A judge sentenced Steward B. Holeman to 40 years in prison despite his claim he was high when he pleaded guilty to shooting and killing Malik S. Nunn in 2021.
    Lawrence + Memorial Hospital’s pharmacy is among those partnering with Dispensary of Hope, which provides free medication to low-income, uninsured Americans.
    The first heat wave of the season hit the state Tuesday with the National Weather Service saying areas of southeastern Connecticut could see temperatures in the 90s through the weekend.
    Norwich Public Utilities has asked customers to conserve daytime energy use through Friday due to a heat wave.

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    New London officials are mulling a compromise that would prevent the dissolution of the dormant Shade Tree Commission, but still abolish ― or rework ― a controversial set of tree maintenance standards.
    A Boeing Co. quality inspector alleged that the planemaker mishandled and lost track of hundreds of faulty parts, some of which he said may have been installed on new 737...
    Medical debt may be removed from credit reports of more than 15 million U.S. residents, according to a proposal the office of Vice President Kamala Harris and U.S. Consum...
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    A Griswold woman described by state prosecutors as someone with “extremely limited intellectual and emotional resources,” will serve 12 years in prison for killing her six-week-old son in 2021.

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    Salutatorian Jasmine Chan told her classmates to “take risks, trust yourself, and show the world what you’re ready to do. We’ll be right behind you, cheering you on every step of the way.”
    Connecticut lawmakers fear a reduction will have an outsized effect on suppliers around the state and the U.S. who work with Electric Boat in manufacturing subs.
    Arrests by state and local police departments around the region.
    A Groton concert enthusiast joined U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, and U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., Monday in calling for transparency in event ticketing.
    The Public Works Department said road resurfacing work will take place across town this week into next, with some impacts to traffic and parking.
    Judge Arthur Hadden on Monday ruled that the state had established probable cause to justify the prosecution of Atlantikh Balidemaj for murder in connection with a fatal Norwich shooting in 2022.
    Broiling temperatures are predicted for parts of eastern Connecticut this week, though the forecast calls for less oppressive weather along the shoreline.
    A portion of West Main Street in front of Niantic Fire Station 2 was closed Monday afternoon when a car went into a utility pole.
    The following students were named to the fourth-quarter honor roll at Waterford High School for the 2023-2024 academic year: Grade 9 Gregory Abramov, Mohsin Arshad, Ash...
    The U.S., South Korea and Japan will sign a deal to formalize their security partnership against threats from North Korea’s nuclear weapons, cementing ties before America...