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Attorney General Tong argues to keep whistleblower complaints secret

The attorney general fought before the Freedom of Information Commission to keep a whistleblower...

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UPDATED: Investigation criticizes Stonington police response to Crystal Caldwell assault

The findings of an independent investigation have criticized police for their initial handling of the alleged assault of a Black clerk by a white couple at a Mystic hotel but finds “no evidence to suggest any malicious intent on the part of...

Police logs - Oct. 21, 2020

Arrests by state and local police around the region.

Hope marches on, virtually, Saturday at Shiloh Baptist Church's 10th annual prison awareness gathering

The topic of this year's gathering, which will be held virtually, from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, is "Everyone Counts – UtilizingOur Voices and Voting Power for Justice."

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Formica, Marx disagree on minimum wage, police accountability bill in 20th Senate debate

Democrat Martha Marx and Republican Sen. Paul Formica at the 20th District State Senate debate Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020, at the Garde Arts Center in New London.

Three-term Republican incumbent state Senator Paul Formica and his Democratic challenger Martha Marx, debated issues such as the police accountability bill, minimum wage, marijuana, racial equality and the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday night.

Judge hears arguments in Norwich woman's suit against Harvard over slave photos

Tamara Lanier has sued Harvard seeking release of 170-year-old images of her enslaved ancestors.

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High-risk Connecticut municipalities deciding what to do about schools

Schools in several municipalities that have been put on high alert by the state because of rising coronavirus numbers have paused in-person learning, but others have decided to keep their schools open