Connecticut delegation has more questions than answers after attack

U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, who voted to pass the war powers resolution, said it was about restating Congress' authority to declare war.

Niantic-based National Guard battalion prepares to deploy to Guantanamo Bay

Connecticut Army National Guard Specialist Chris Murphy embraces his wife, Jadin, as members of the guard's 192nd Military Police Battalion say goodbye to their families as they depart from the guard's Army Aviation Support Facility at Bradley Field in Windsor Locks Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020. The Niantic-based unit will spend several weeks training at a mobilization site at an active duty Army post in Texas before heading overseas in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Joint Task Force Guantanamo.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

The battalion will provide planning, personnel and logistical support to military police units assigned to the Joint Task Force Guantanamo.

LOCAL NEWS

Norwich seeks members for School Building Committee

The new Norwich School Building Committee will plan and design a consolidation and renovation of the city school system.

Lee's Kitchen: Packet-baked fish dish also tasty with chicken

The packet included mayonnaise and Dijon, two of my favorite sauce ingredients.

History Revisited: More little-known facts and stories about Shenny’s caddies

The Shennecossett Golf Club caddy identification buttons and shoulder patch shown in this photograph were worn by Groton resident Ronald Boucher when he caddied at the course back in the 1940s. They are now in the possession of his son Michael. (Courtesy of Mike Boucher)

Almost from its beginning and, continuing into the early to mid-1960s, the use of golf caddies at Shennecossett, commonly referred to as “Shenny,” played an important role in assisting golfers.

Vigil for slain members of the Todt family to be held Saturday night in Colchester

As residents of Colchester struggle to understand the murders of the Todt family in Florida last week, employees of Family Physical Therapy are planning to hold a candlelight vigil on the town green Saturday night for the much-loved family.

COLUMNS

Dear FOI commissioners, please make port authority comply

The Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission is scheduled to take up a recommended order...

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Hearing to make Todt triple murder case warrant public scheduled for Friday

A hearing on whether the arrest warrant for Anthony Todt, a Colchester physical therapist who confessed last week to murdering his wife, children and family dog in Celebration, Fla., should be unsealed and made public is scheduled for Friday,...

Police issue Silver Alert for missing New London teen

Police have issued a silver alert for a 16-year-old girl, classified as an endangered runaway, who has been missing from New London since earlier in the day Tuesday.

Norwich man faces assault, larceny charges in Dec. 13 incidents

A local man faces robbery, larceny and motor vehicle charges stemming from two Dec. 13 incidents that allegedly started with a larceny at Surplus Unlimited.

STATE/NORTHEAST

Redevelopment plan for State Pier expected to be more costly than projected

A rendering of State Pier in New London showing a potential maximum buildout. The Connecticut Port Authority is continuing to work on a deal to transform the facility to accommodate use by the offshore wind industry. (Courtesy of Connecticut Port Authority)

The port authority's board still has to vote on the agreement.

Mass. governor apologizes for calling 'Squad' member's MLK speech a 'rant'

In a Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019, file photo, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker speaks to the media after a private meeting with Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, in Providence, R.I. Baker has apologized for using the word “rant” to describe U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley's remarks Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, during an event honoring Martin Luther King Jr. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has apologized for using the word “rant” to describe U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley's remarks during an event honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Pressley, a Democrat, delivered a speech about inequality and the...