The Town Council on Tuesday night held fast to the $38.6 million spending plan it approved May 13, leaving school officials saying they’ll be forced to choose what positions or services may face elimination.
For people who allege they were sexually assaulted by priests in the state’s Catholic dioceses as children but are not able to file lawsuits, there was some bad news and a glimmer of hope in a bill passed unanimously in the state Senate last...
First Selectman Rob Simmons said that after what he described as “heated” discussions with the Environmental Protection Agency, he had instructed town officials to begin finalizing a contract with a firm to remove the debris.
Last summer, I heard about the opportunity to take a ski patrol course. Although an avid skier, I knew little aside from the fact that becoming a ski patroller would get me a free skiing pass for the coming winter.
About 50 residents turned up for a public forum held at 6 Shaw’s Cove to discuss the city's proposal to consolidate and relocate much of its municipal offices into that building as part of a long-term lease that is being negotiated.
A pending bill that would provide up to $10 million in grant money to the Town of Stonington for infrastructure and other improvements would be solely used for the proposed Smiler’s Wharf project in downtown Mystic and not for other town...
The granddaughter and great-grandson of maritime painter Lars Thorsen said Wednesday they were delighted to hear that the artist's whaling scene, having hung for years in the Citizens Bank building on Eugene O'Neill Drive, would not be leaving the...
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"Thousands of veterans who are legally owed mental health care are unaware of their eligibility or have been denied care at VA facilities," the group of senators said in a letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie.
"The bill makes major, unprecedented investments in the submarines, helicopters, and aircraft built in Connecticut — keeping our country safe and our state's economy strong," Sen. Richard Blumenthal said.
As threats against the U.S. grow more complex, "demand for the unique expertise and unmatched breadth of Coast Guard has never been greater," U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton said to the Coast Guard Academy's Class of 2019.
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The state Senate voted 34-2 on Thursday for final passage of a bipartisan gun safety bill, a relative modest change in Connecticut gun laws sought by two Guilford parents in memory of a 15-year-old son accidentally killed with a neighbor’s...