Hall of Fame race car driver Bob Potter, a top competitor for decades, died this week after suffering a medical emergency while driving.
In the coming weeks The Day and League of Women Voters will be hosting debates in Waterford, for first selectman, and in New London for the office of mayor. More debates should be announced soon.
Cycle for the Cause, a 257-mile bicycle ride starting in Boston and ending in New York City, raises money to combat HIV and AIDS.
In recognition of its 15th anniversary, StoneRidge Senior Living nurtured chrysalises and released 15 monarch butterflies in the community’s butterfly garden Sept. 9.
The Connecticut Casting Mill property off Stillman Avenue will remain fenced and locked until town officials decide what to do with it.
City officials say a 20-year-old municipal development plan governs the area surrounding State Pier and gives the city some input in the proposed activity there.
A Middletown firm wants to create a solar energy farm with 16,680 panels on farmland off Taugwonk Spur Road.
State regulators recently approved a 10-year contract between the owner of Millstone Power Station and utility companies, effectively ending the yearslong political, regulatory and environmental battles to keep the plant operational.
New London Green Party mayoral candidate Frida Berrigan’s name will not appear on the election ballot in November, the result of missing paperwork.
Competitors took to the water in the 9th annual University of Connecticut-Avery Point/Early College Experience cardboard boat races Wednesday at Eastern Point Beach.
With plans to start laying foundations for condo-style rentals next to the soon-to-open Costco, the proposed second phase of the Gateway Commons residential development off Exit 73 is moving forward this month.
The Racial Profiling Prohibition Project held a forum Wednesday.
Al Valverde, center, and Jason Chase, right, of Action Amusements work with the owner Jeff Mullen, left, to remove the horses from the carousel Wednesday at Ocean Beach Park in New London to be put in storage for the winter.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and public tours of the newly renovated and expanded West Vine Street School will be held Saturday.
Denise Grant, former NFA director of curriculum and instruction, returned to campus Sept. 3 after a seven-month paid leave to a new position.
A driver was taken to the hospital under life-threatening conditions after witnesses observed him apparently having a medical emergency and hitting a school bus and other vehicles, police said.
Police say they are investigating a Saturday night disturbance involving several people and possible shots fired in the parking lot of H&T Mart at 1 Ocean Ave.
Arrests by state and local police across the region.