The governor has suggested he will let eastern Connecticut communities facing a COVID-19 spike to set their own pandemic rules.
The senator from Sprague took the governor to task for his treatment of the two tribes that run casinos in eastern Connecticut.
Voters deserve an opinion from all candidates on the candidacy of President Trump
The museum went years without even meeting its 2017 fundraising goals.
Flash forward to the fall of 2020, with planning underway for Lamont's $157 million rebuild of the port of New London, and not only does the city not have a seat at the table but it is girding for a nasty battle, forced into a defensive crouch by none other than the governor himself.
The president's decision not to tell Americans how deadly COVID would be cost many lives, including someone important to my family,
The port authority chairman gave police an estimate of vandalism damage three times the actual cost, leading to the felony arrest of authority critic Kevin Blacker
The Coast Guard has declared the Watch Hill Lighthouse excess property, opening a competition for ownership of the historic lighthouse and the remarkable four-acre peninsula it sits on.
The museum is in two legal fights over a house overlooking the Mystic River it once called its most significant charitable gift.
The chairman has not posted on his official Twitter account since the day news broke of the party's endorsed candidate in the 2nd District being arrested on assault charges, an alleged crime party leaders had been told about.
A replacement cost estimate of vandalism damage to signs near State Pier was developed by a consultant for the Connecticut Port Authority and put the amount at $163 over the threshold marking the difference between misdemeanor and felony charges.
The governor signed State Pier over to rich utilities for their wind business but made no provisions for host city New London to be paid for its services.
Instead of censuring a police commissioner for hateful things he posted on Facebook, the town's three selectwoman said people should get to know him.
The Lady May, owned by an exiled Chinese billionaire, appeared off Stonington Point on Wednesday before heading to Noank, where it tied up overnight.
The attack on gays, transgendered and immigrants by a Stonington police commissioner reflects unfairly on the rank and file.
The salt, moved to a low-lying pier as a temporary measure, is owned by a tenant who has been evicted and ordered to get out by the end of the year.
Rep. Blake Filippi, who represents Block Island, operates a business renting mopeds on an island where there is a movement to ban them.
The GOP chairman didn't investigate serious allegations against the party's endorsed candidate in the Second Congressional District, who was arrested on the eve of this week's primary.
A pandemic summer of protests and power outages might influence not just the next election but one in 2022.
Connecticut legislators have remained mute while Eversource hasn't finished a deal to compensate New London for lost tax revenues on the utility's lucrative commercial development in the city.
Connecticut has shown its best self during the public health crisis.
Cate Steel, the Democratic candidate in the 37th House District, has been busy campaigning in the pandemic, with her grown children living at home.
Republicans missed a moment in history, rejecting modest police accountability measures.
Alfred Mayo, who was fired and rehired to the largely white New London Fire Department after protests by the NAACP, will be promoted to lieutenant Friday.
An analysis of federal elections records by The New York Times produced an interactive map showing Biden and Trump donors.
Connecticut Republicans used to care about defense spending and the threats posed by Russia.
The New London police union president was out of line attacking city councilors for doing their jobs.
Someone has arranged to fly banners over a Stonington beach with a message that seems to echo the White Lives Matter mantra used by white nationalists.
The town is charging nonresidents for a limited number of daily passes as much as residents pay for seasonal passes.
Police leadership has misled the public about whether hospital policy kept them from apprehending suspects in an assault on a Black employee of a Mystic hotel.
John Durham of Groton, the U.S. attorney for Connecticut, is investigating the origins of the Mueller probe, and Attorney General William Barr says he can't rule out prosecutions of former President Obama or Vice President Biden.
All of eastern Connecticut's Republican representatives joined their GOP colleagues in unanimously voting against a police accountability bill, which Democrats passed last year.
The National Guard airman and Democratic candidate had to stay off the campaign trail after being called up for a pandemic assignment, distributing PPE to first responders.
The senator from East Lyme was in a small minority of lawmakers who last year voted against a constitutional amendment on early voting.
The Town Council will review an islandwide mandatory mask ordinance in response to complaints about tourists without them.
The Confederate flag that sometimes appears beside the grave was missing last week.
Despite all the protests around the country about Columbus statues, there has been no public outcry about the one in downtown Westerly.
Taking down the New London Christopher Columbus statue is the start of progress.
Republican candidates in Connecticut should either endorse or renounce the person at the head of their ticket.
Republican leaders in the House and Senate have said they would oppose approving in a special session measures to expand absentee voting for the November election.
The city should listen to and take seriously the demands of a petition by city youth that has attracted more than 4,700 signatures.
The social media feeds of the Connecticut Republic Party, in sharp contrast to Democrats, have not mentioned the protests of the George Floyd killing and promote the Trump campaign.
The president has no words of solace and is stoking rather than subduing violence.
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously in 2001 that municipal beach access can't be limited to residents, and a pandemic doesn't change that.
A partial shutdown of Superior Court due to the pandemic delayed a zoning lawsuit against Spicer Mansion in which Groton seeks fines and new enforcement measures.
Graduation ceremonies for Brown University went virtual on Sunday, but some graduates and their families turned up anyway for a social distancing version of a live ceremony.
Temporary allowance for online gaming could end the standoff on whether the casinos should reopen.
The Stonington first selectwoman should have urged compliance with the governor's orders, not enabled defiance.
The reopening will test the resolve of employees and customers.
The Groton Town Council should reverse its decision to cancel park plans for the Noank School property and dedicate it to COVID-19 victims, as open space.
My long walks have taken me past some interesting monuments and markers of local history.
The seven municipal leaders who asked Gov. Ned Lamont to open restaurant dining rooms don't have training in epidemiology.
Municipalities are struggling with decisions about how to open beaches for the summer.
The food writer tested positive and hunkered down for a two-week quarantine, working from her big freezer and pantry.
Some hard decisions about whether to close beaches or shut down summer ferries still lie ahead.
The president says he is not responsible, but of course he is.
A Lyme family put together some Broadway musical experience with a school assignment and then enlisted neighbors to help make a video thanking first responders.
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