Two men were collecting anchors onto a floating dock Thursday on the river in downtown Mystic.
State Rep. Greg Howard, a police detective who runs the Stonington youth football organization, has introduced a bill that would require all people involved in youth sports undergo criminal background checks.
But Gov. Ned Lamont says he's not yet ready to ease restrictions on restaurants and other businesses.
The local police union president calls the commentary on its website free speech protected by the First Amendment.
In a country idyllic scene, a horse was grazing Thursday in a pasture along Foxtown Road In East Haddam.
Workers with Wiese Construction were working on demolishing the 1830 granite mill building Thursday on the Yantic River at the Uncas Leap Heritage Park.
The Connecticut Association of Boards of Education shared their priorities in a meeting with The Day Editorial Board on Thursday.
The official end of the Christmas season was noted in Preston on Jan. 6 when parishioners from Saint James Episcopal Church and sister church Grace Episcopal in Yantic, gathered on the Saint James grounds for a ceremonial bonfire to honor the...
The following local students have made the dean’s/president’s list at their respective schools.
Braving the low temperatures Thursday, some men were spending time shellfishing in the Niantic River.
Sites are opening Thursday in New London and Old Saybrook and Monday at Mitchell College in New London.
Preschoolers were trying to catch snowflakes on their tongue Wednesday at the Stonington Community Center, known as the COMO.
While public school systems across the region bounce betrween hybrid and all remote learning, Pine Point and St. Michael schools continue with in-person learning every day.
Local tribe's leadership was favorably impressed with Rep. Deb Haaland of New Mexico, one of the first two Native Americans elected to Congress in 2018.
Laurie Taylor was out of work for a while due to the pandemic, so she decided to create a garden behind her Groton apartment.
Arrests by local and state police in the region.
A driver reportedly hit a vehicle in downtown New London Tuesday evening and then left the scene, according to police.
Police said a Preston woman is facing charges after she reportedly displayed a firearm.