Login  /  Register  | 3 premium articles left before you must register.

Top Stories

Analysis finds sections of Carter application nearly identical to others' published writings

Premium Content At least 10 paragraphs of the roughly two-page essay Terrence P. Carter submitted with his application for the superintendent of schools job here contain material apparently copied from other sources...


Jepsen: Audits of Amistad expected soon

Premium Content With two state representatives calling for him to immediately investigate whether Amistad America misappropriated $8 million in state funding, Attorney General George Jepsen said Monday he believes...


Montville concert series offers 'good, clean, summer fun'

Premium Content At the front of the pavilion, Straight Ahead - a band of four local men - covered Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline," inciting whoops, clapping and singing along from the audience, which wasn't quite...

Happy feet in Mystic

Premium Content Chae Woolley, 2, of Mystic, runs beneath her father, Jimmy Woolley, while dancing Monday to the sounds of the Duke Robillard Band at the Mystic River Park.


Stonington selectmen OK contract with pay raises for police officers

Premium Content The Board of Selectmen on Monday approved a new three-year contract with the town’s police union that will pay officers raises of 2.4 percent each year.

State Audubon says Waterford meadow a great habitat example

Premium Content The Connecticut Audobon Society's annual State of the Birds report recommends more active management of open space parcels around the state to maintain and enhance their conservation value.

New ideas emerge for developing Lighthouse Inn

Premium Content With the condition of the former Lighthouse Inn deteriorating by the day,some residents and city officials say it is time to start considering development options other than restoring the inn to its...


Documents reveal details of plan for former Waterford school

Premium Content The proposed multi-family development on the property of the former Cohanzie School includes four new buildings containing 154 apartments plus a swimming pool and children's play area.

Premium Content Lawyer: Steiner contract with state not an issue for zoning board

Town Attorney Robert Avena advised the Planning and Zoning Commission Monday that the town did not have the authority to judge the standing of developer Mark Steiner’s contract with the state to purchase the property of the former Seaside...

Local News Video

New London's Board of Education Meets With Terrence P. Carter

New London's Board of Education meets with Terrence P. Carter on Thursday July 24, 2014 at The Science & Technology Magnet High School of New London.

More Video


  • Photo Galleries
  • Audio Slideshows

State News

Mayor calls police after alderman's outburst

The head New Britain's Common Council has stepped down after what police say was a drunken confrontation with the mayor in her office.

Report: Connecticut averages 14 domestic homicides

A new report shows Connecticut averaged about 14 domestic violence-related homicides each year between 2000 and 2012.

Foley targets cities in Malloy rematch

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley said Monday he's still crafting his urban agenda for Connecticut's cities, focusing on issues such as high unemployment, a large educational achievement...


Riding the Westerly rabbit

Kristen Maciorski, right, snaps a photo of her daughters, Kali, 6, and Kyla, 2, on the Runaway Bunny sculpture in Westerly's Wilcox Park on Friday while Amy Sherman, left, steadies her daughter,...

Outcry, action against harassment grows at Comic-Con

Mariah Huehner attended her first Comic-Con as a newly minted comic book editor a few years ago, looking to network with artists. But at a nighttime party in a hotel by the bay, she realized that...

Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ will stay in New York City

It's not really a surprise, but it's official anyway: "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" is staying in the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City.

When Colbert takes over from David Letterman...

News by Town

News Bloggers

No recent blogs.


Most Recent Poll
Do you believe Terrence P. Carter should be approved as New London's superintendent?
Yes. I agree with his statement that he has 'done nothing wrong.'
No. There have been many questions raised the past week that make me doubt whether he should serve as superintendent.
I'll reserve judgment pending the Board of Education independent investigation.
I'm not sure the media have been fair to Carter.
Number of votes: 2169

No current items found

Police Logs

Premium Content Police logs - July 29

Alison Burnett, 23, Bristol, Pa., was charged Monday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

Premium Content Groton City

Groton City

Premium Content Police logs - July 26, 2014

Krishnakumar Mehta, 29, of 28 Joliet Court, Groton, was charged Friday with third-degree assault,...

Police & Fire News

Premium Content Coast Guard New London helps boater off State Pier

New London - The U.S. Coast Guard helped a boater whose vessel was...

Premium Content UPDATED: I-95 in Old Saybrook will reopen for rush hour

Crews are on Interstate 95 North working to upright and remove a tractor trailer involved in an...

Premium Content Missing Waterford woman found safe

State police on Monday canceled a Silver Alert that was issued for a Waterford woman who was...



Jerry David Thompson pleaded guilty this morning to robbing the Citizens Bank in downtown New...

Premium Content Pre-trial guilty plea entered in New London bank robbery case

Jerry David Thompson pleaded guilty Thursday morning to robbing the Citizens Bank in downtown New...

Premium Content Mellon settles backhoe vs. motorcycle lawsuit

A Plainfield motorcyclist who suffered serious injuries after his motorcycle collided with a...

AP News