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New London pays bill to fix water main

Premium Content The City Council on Monday night got the $148,000 bill for emergency work to repair last month’s water main break in Bates Woods Park and get the city’s water works back to full capacity.

Career criminal to serve 15 years for armed robbery

Premium Content A 43-year-old man with a 20-year history of carrying out cocaine-fueled armed robberies throughout the region was sentenced Tuesday in New London Superior Court to 15 years in prison followed by five...

Couple avoid prison in Waterford country club embezzlement

Premium Content A husband and wife who embezzled $43,000 from the Great Neck Country Club in Waterford each have received suspended prison sentences, five years of probation and court orders to make restitution to...


Guilty plea, sentencing in connection with New London area drug trafficking case

Premium Content A New London man pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court to conspiring to distribute cocaine in southeastern Connecticut, while another was sentenced for a guilty plea as part of the same...


Letter to the editor finishes Groton Episcopal priest's chaplaincy at Yale

Premium Content An Episcopal priest from Groton serving as chaplain of the Episcopal Church at Yale stepped down this month after a furor over a letter he wrote to The New York Times.


Farewell to Old Glory

Premium Content Floyd Pfaff furls one of the 117 U.S. flags on Monday that lined the New London Waterfront Park for the Connecticut Maritime Heritage Festival this past weekend. Pfaff said he started taking down the...

Massachusetts gaming panel wants to hear more from Mohegan Sun

Premium Content Mohegan Sun and Wynn Resorts will get another chance to address the Massachusetts Gaming Commission this morning about their competing proposals for a Boston-area casino.

A whale of a wetdown

Premium Content Josh Jakubowski lets his dog, Leo, drink from the Whale Tail fountain on the Parade in New London Monday.


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Thames River Apartments

Tenants of the Thames River Apartments and the New London Housing Authority reach an agreement in a class-action lawsuit agreement that will now have them working together to improve the lives of tenants. The lawsuit contends the complex did not...

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UPDATED: Transgender teen back in custody after escape

A troubled transgender girl whose confinement case has attracted national attention escaped from a Connecticut treatment program Tuesday and was found by police several hours later, state officials...


Senate confirms Connecticut VA commissioner to federal position

Premium Content When the White House called with a job offer, Linda Spoonster Schwartz said it was as if she was being recalled to active duty.

Ex-chief in Uzi death case in more legal trouble

A former Massachusetts police chief who was acquitted of charges connected to the death in 2008 of an 8-year-old boy at a gun show he sponsored is facing more legal trouble.



‘SummerBreak’ teens share what they did over the summer

It’s a 90-degree day, and 17-year-old Dash Dobrofsky, who normally spends his summer days hanging near Tower 26 on the beach in Santa Monica, Calif., is inside a Melrose Avenue cake shop.

R&B singers and reality television are in tune with each other

When K. Michelle released "Rebellious Soul" last year, it was the highest charting debut for a female R&B singer since 2011. Largely unknown, she didn't even have a song in the Top 40.


Eagle exits New London

Premium Content The U.S. Coast Guard barque Eagle departs New London Wednesday, bound for the annual Schooner Festival in Gloucester, Mass., and then on a training cruise with a class of Coast Guard Officer...

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James M. Turner, 61, of 11 Norfolk Court, Groton, was charged Sunday with driving under the...

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Amy Jordan, 26, of 47 Paul Revere Road, Groton, was charged Sunday with second-degree breach of...

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Robert Morales, 38, of New Britain was charged in Groton Saturday with driving under the influence...

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Premium Content Woman reported missing from Mohegan Sun

Mohegan – Mohegan Tribal Police have issued a Silver Alert for a...

Premium Content UPDATED: Sleeping driver caused closure of I-95 in Waterford

State police said it was lack of sleep and not excessive speed that led to an accident involving an...

Premium Content UPDATED: Reale due in court to answer to motor vehicle violations

Norwich - Dan Reale, the Libertarian candidate for the U.S. Representatives from the...


Premium Content Groton man charged with stealing guns from grandfather

A 19-year-old Groton man is accused of stealing seven guns from his grandfather's home this spring...

Premium Content Groton father pleads not guilty in child abuse case

Jordan Rittenhouse, charged with breaking 29 bones in his infant son's body, pleaded not guilty to...

Premium Content Woman gets 22 months for role in local heroin distribution ring

A New York City woman who played a key role in the heroin pipeline between the Dominican Republic...

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