State Child Advocate Sarah Eagan suggests that the New London School District have clear protocols regarding staff interactions with students, documentation of those interactions and close supervision of employees who frequently meet alone with...
Judy Gadbois of Salem prepares a pie before adding a crumb crust top while Amelie Chechile, 7, closely watches Tuesday while they and other volunteers prepare for the 50th anniversary of the Congregational Church of Salem Apple Festival.
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe quietly joined the legal fray over prescription opioids in June, filing a federal lawsuit against more than two dozen pharmaceutical companies, drug distributors and big-chain pharmacies.
The Groton Registrars announced they will hold a voter registration session at the Registrar’s Office located at the Groton Human Services Building, 2 Fort Hill Road, from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 29.
Town officials have confirmed that the former Triumph Building, located on Industrial Park Road behind Stop & Shop, will soon be re-occupied by the American Builders & Contractors Supply Co., a national chain.
A Norwich police K9 team successfully apprehended a man who punched out a car window outside a Pawcatuck bar early Tuesday morning and then tried to force his way into an nearby apartment, leaving behind a trail of cocaine, ammunition, a handgun and...
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"As we speak, Republicans are protecting the president from impeachment. They have a lot of leverage over him. They could use some of that leverage to get him to do the right thing in northeastern Syria," Murphy said.
The union, which represents 2,673 shipyard workers at Electric Boat, overwhelmingly approved a new, four-year contract despite objections by some of its members who said they should have gotten a better deal.
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