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Gov. Raimondo's Rhode Island roadblock bad policy

The governor's order to stop cars with New York plates has been called unconstitutional by the ACLU...


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Man charged after Griswold rollover

A New London man was cited for reckless driving after police say the car he was driving hit a mailbox, flipped and rolled over multiple times early Friday.

Woman charged in East Lyme scissor attack

A Niantic woman was arrested Saturday after police say she attacked another person with a pair of scissors during a domestic incident.

New London police issued bulletin for 15-year-old runaway

Emmanual Thomas-Brown, is described as black, five-feet, 4 inches tall, 110 pounds with black hair and eyes.


A second COVID-19 case reported in New London, first in Preston

New London had its second resident test positive for COVID-19 Monday, and Preston had its first reported positive case Monday.

Nature Notes: Spring birds a beacon of hope in tough times

This rufous-sided towhee is one of some 440 different bird species that breed in or pass through Connecticut during the spring and summer months. (photo by Bill Hobbs)

I can’t wait to see the robins strutting about my yard, tugging and pulling worms out of the ground. For me, that’s a sign that spring has sprung.