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    Montville resident wins $1.5 million with scratch-off lottery ticket

    One Connecticut Lottery customer is closing out the month of February as a millionaire. A resident of the village of Oakdale, located in Montville, claimed a $1.5 million...

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    NEW YORK (AP) — Dragons took a starring role at the Lunar New Year parade in Manhattan’s historic Chinatown on Sunday — it’s the Year of the Dragon, after all — as hundre...
    Cheshire — David Nastri, a town resident who previously unsuccessfully sued Connecticut officials to carry a gun into state parks, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday seeking...
    Emergency physicians Dr. Scott Whyte and Dr. Wes Kyle have been putting their lives on the line for years with regional SWAT teams, backing up the police in hostile situa...
    In the landscape of rising fast food prices, the CEO of McDonald's has announced the company is making affordability a priority in 2024. On a Feb. 5 earnings call, McDona...

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    The hot young comedian Matt Rife is the latest performer to be placed on the Mohegan Sun Walk of Fame. Rife, whose national fame grew exponentially in the past year, sold...
    Hartford — In their first joint news conference, House Minority Leader Vincent Candelora and new Senate Minority Leader Stephen Harding on Friday called for $190 million ...
    New York — When her cellphone's service went down this week because of an AT&T network outage, Bernice Hudson didn't panic. She just called the people she wanted to talk ...
    Boston — A watch melted during the Aug. 6, 1945, bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, has sold for more than $31,000 at auction. The watch is frozen in time at the moment of the...
    Days before the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, several UConn students were shocked to find that Ukrainian ribbons on the university’s campus had been...

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    Warren, R.I. — A nearly 150-year-old stained-glass church window in Rhode Island that depicts a dark-skinned Jesus Christ interacting with women in New Testament scenes —...
    A persistent, unusual noise has a band of homeowners from three towns angry at the Covanta trash-burning facility in Bristol and at city leaders who they claim aren’t doi...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump could be at risk of losing some of his prized properties if he can’t pay his staggering New York civil fraud penalty. With interest, he owes ...
    MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man was convicted of second-degree murder Thursday in the death of his 5-year-old daughter, who police believe was killed nearly t...
    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The way prosecutors tell it, Joseph Bongiovanni went to work for years with a “little dark secret.” Behind the veneer of a veteran U.S. Drug Enforcem...
    Yale University will again require students to submit standardized test scores when they apply for admission, school officials said Thursday. The change comes after offic...
    HARTFORD — Police are expected to serve two additional arrest warrants on Patrick Hemingway, the former Glastonbury police officer accused of being a "serial burglar" thr...
    A recommendation from Gov. Ned Lamont earlier this month to limit cellphone usage in Connecticut schools brought about some mixed opinions. While some experts said studen...
    Connecticut's thriving population of black bears got into more conflicts than ever with residents last year, raiding garbage, clawing down bird feeders, entering homes, k...
    A police detective says he was unnerved to find a U.S. Army rocket launcher along with crack cocaine when searching a suspicious truck in central Massachusetts. Det. Alex...