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New London detox facility dedicated in name of former director William M. Walsh

Premium Content The Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence dedicated their detox center at 47 Coit St. Tuesday to the late William M. Walsh, who opened the facility and developed numerous programs as...

Development planners aim high for Preston Riverwalk property

Premium Content The new draft Plan of Conservation and Development anticipates Preston Riverwalk, the former Norwich Hospital property, as the center of future commercial development, but also recommends other...


Adamowski to recommend ending state's involvement in New London schools

Premium Content Steven J. Adamowski, the special master appointed by the state to oversee the city’s school system, is expected to recommend to the state Board of Education today that the state lift its...

Candidates Bowles, France stress differences in debate in 42nd House District race

Premium Content Candidates for the 42nd House seat faced off in an elementary school gym on Tuesday night, attempting to differentiate themselves on issues like the economy, taxes and gun control.


Four implicated in 'talk of the town' 2011 home invasion in Waterford

Premium Content Waterford police say a 2011 home invasion was carried out in retaliation for a marijuana deal gone bad.


UPDATED: Air rifle incident leads to drug bust in New London

Premium Content New London — Reports of a man being shot with a pellet or BB gun Monday in the area of 291 Connecticut Ave. led to the arrest of a 20-year-old on multiple felony drug-related charges.


On track for autumn along the Thames

Premium Content A freight train with the Providence & Worcester Railroad Co. rumbles along the Thames River in Groton Tuesday as early fall colors begin to emerge.

Forum in East Lyme raises awareness of, aims to prevent suicide

Premium Content Sharing stories of loss, community members and speakers gathered Tuesday at a suicide prevention forum to encourage people to reach out for help — and to each other.

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Football returns to Lyme-Old Lyme High School

Lyme-Old Lyme High School host their first home football game since 1943 featuring the coin toss by WWII Veterans George King and Tim Keenan Saturday Sept. 27, 2014. King and Keenan were two of the last football players to play at Old Lyme High...

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Rowland pension unaffected by his felony conviction

Former Gov. John G. Rowland’s state pension of nearly $53,000 a year will not be affected by his second felony conviction.

Malloy, Foley spar over economy, agree on casinos

Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican challenger Tom Foley may disagree about the direction of Connecticut’s economy, but they showed some signs of similarity Tuesday, agreeing the state...

Teachers' union endorsement of Malloy overcame dissatisfaction

The endorsement Monday of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy by the Connecticut Education Association, the state’s largest teachers’ union, came after an unprecedented effort by the union’s...



Red sky at night ...

Premium Content The spire of the First Baptist Church in New London is shown in silhouette against Monday's early evening sky.

Tea Leoni carries the sane and heroic ‘Madam Secretary’

Of the non-comic-book-related dramas debuting this fall, Barbara Hall’s “Madam Secretary” on CBS is clearly a front-runner.

Now in its 45th season, ‘Sesame Street’s’ mission remains the same

Calling “Sesame Street” children’s programming is like calling “Saturday Night Live” a sketch comedy show or “The Simpsons” a cartoon.

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Police arrests in the region.

Premium Content Police logs - Sept. 30

John B. Schomaker, 21, of 84 Mahoney St., Colchester, was charged Monday with failure to obey a...

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Dennis J. Nolan, 46, of 145 Lamphere Road, Groton, was charged Saturday with breach of peace.

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Premium Content Groton home health aide charged after allegedly stealing $95,000 in jewelry from Mystic woman

Stonington police have charged a Groton home health aide with prior drug and larceny convictions...

Premium Content Air rifle incident leads to major drug bust in New London

Reports of a man being shot with a pellet or BB gun Monday in the area of 291 Connecticut Ave. led...

Premium Content Police locate, search vehicle in connection with Lyme, Old Lyme burglaries

Police said they have located and searched a car involved with recent burglaries in Lyme and Old...


Premium Content Second guilty plea in violent New London robbery

Twenty-eight year old Dehanna Nobleza pleaded guilty today in Superior Court to...

Premium Content Rios sentenced to 14 years for manslaughter in death of Norwich toddler

A New London judge sentenced Michael A. Rios to 14 years in prison Monday for shaking to death his...

Premium Content Police struggle leads to felony conviction for New London man

A 21-year-old New London man who taunted police and spat at an officer during an altercation on Jay...

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