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Two Stoningtons: One rich and protected, the other going to the highest bidder

Stonington Borough, which has its own Planning and Zoning Commission, with strict rules, protects...

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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.

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.

LOCAL NEWS

Teen Talk: A time to explore many different facets

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.

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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

Fugitive says he'll surrender if people 'like' wanted poster

A Connecticut police department says a fugitive has agreed to surrender if enough people respond to an online wanted poster on social media