ARIES (March 21-April 19): Consider every angle of a situation before you get involved. Emotions will be difficult to control, and if left to fester, will result in taking action when it's in your best interest to simply observe.
Brendan Scott, 9, visiting from Massachusetts, cartwheels off the shore into Alewife Cove on Monday while playing at Waterford Beach Park. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
The five defendants charged in federal indictments with conspiracy and theft in connection with lavish trips to the Kentucky Derby argued that the entire criminal case should be dismissed.
Former Norwich school board member Kevin Saythany was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Board of Education.
In its last meeting before August’s town wide sewer referendum, the Water Pollution Control Authority recently made another stride to further its sewer project in the Sound View neighborhood.
The Southeastern Connecticut Regional Resource Recovery Authority is studying the feasibility of a regional composting operation and looking for a suitable site.
A pair of trees found last year in a wooded field near the Waterford-Montville border could play a role in reviving the American chestnut, a once-dominant species all but wiped out by a blight introduced to the U.S. more than a century ago.
Slot-machine revenue at the Connecticut casinos continued to slide in June, the first month in which a new competitor, Encore Boston Harbor, was open.
A painted lady butterfly alights on a buttonbush along the edge of the pond in the Connecticut College Arboretum on Monday.
Norwich Public Utilities provides hospital with $46,635 rebate after it completes energy efficiency project.
Connecticut's Correction Department is investigating an inmate writing program run by author Wally Lamb after a lawsuit was filed this spring by some of the participants
For one family, the Fourth of July long weekend at Pleasure Beach in Waterford was all about “remembering our heritage, remembering our veterans."
North Stonington Christian Academy Quarter 4 Honor Roll
Bootsie loves his sister, playing fetch and sunbathing on the deck.
The weather remained spectacular, the crowds remained well behaved and vendors reported satisfaction as the 42nd Sailfest came to a close on Sunday.
State police arrested a New Jersey man on drunken driving and other charges early Sunday after they say he crashed his car and then fled.
Firefighters said they took two people to Lawrence + Memorial Hospital after a pickup truck struck a pedestrian and rolled over in front of Goodyear Monday morning.
The motorcyclist was brought by ambulance Saturday to Lawrence + Memorial Hospital and then flown by Life Star helicopter to Hartford Hospital after the 7:40 p.m. crash.