Judge dismisses tribe's lawsuit in land-taking dispute

A Connecticut judge has dismissed all remaining claims in a lawsuit by a Native American tribe that alleged the state owed it more than $600 million for land the state seized from the tribe more than a century ago

Another New London school employee charged with sexual assault

Police arrested a second New London school employee on sexual assault charges Thursday: a track coach hired by the district as a paraprofessional.

Police: Norwich resident had 400 bags of fentantyl in his home

Police have charged a city resident with having 400 bags of fentanyl and $3,000 in cash in his home at 12½ Terrace Ave. in Taftville.

UPDATED: ECC alters today's baseball, softball schedules

The Eastern Connecticut Conference, an attempt to beat Thursday's late afternoon forecast of rain, has altered its baseball and softball schedules.

CIAC announces boys' lacrosse, girls' lacrosse and girls' tennis pairings

The CIAC released its pairings for the 2019 boys' lacrosse, girls' lacrosse and girls' tennis tournaments on Thursday morning.

Police: Suspect used screwdriver to stab person in New London

Police are searching for a person who they said used a screwdriver to stab someone else near Riverview Avenue and Crescent Street Wednesday.

Murphy leads call for VA to comply with law requiring care for bad-paper vets

"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.

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Police: Norwich resident had 400 bags of fentantyl in his home

Police have charged a city resident with having 400 bags of fentanyl and $3,000 in cash in his home at 12½ Terrace Ave. in Taftville.

Police: Suspect used screwdriver to stab person in New London

Police are searching for a person who they said used a screwdriver to stab someone else near Riverview Avenue and Crescent Street Wednesday.

Casino staff puts out fire at Mohegan Sun

No one injured in incident in Sky Tower, casino spokesman says.

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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.

New London officials address concerns over proposed city offices move

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.