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New London should crack down on unregistered, unused vehicles
In the City of New London there are well over 4,000 motor vehicles (including those with for sale signs parked on front lawns) that are paying no taxes because of the lack of enforcement of the New London Property Maintenance Code Ordinance #07-06-04026 Sec 302.8 Motor vehicles.
Man faces 18 years of prison for stabbing New London man to death
(WTNH) - A man is facing 18 years in prison for stabbing another man in New London to death. The Day reports 30-year-old Jerome Hudson pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Tuesday just days after his trial started.
New London Weekend Weather Forecast
NEW LONDON, CT — Here's your local weather forecast for the coming weekend, as reported by Darksky. Rain and windy overnight. Rain in the morning and breezy overnight. Breezy and mostly cloudy until afternoon.
R.I. State Police charge 88 people with fraudulently collecting public assistance
SCITUATE — The state police on Thursday announced charges against 88 people who investigators say fraudulently received public-assistance benefits. The suspects got about $469,000 in public assistance over the last several years, even though they had outstanding criminal court warrants when they app
Connecticut military families have housing concerns
GROTON, Conn. (WTNH) - Tiaria Perrill lives in Nautilus Park near the submarine base in Groton. She is among dozens from military families who say they are living in substandard conditions.
Plea Deal Reached In New London Murder Case
NEW LONDON, CT - Jerome Hudson pleaded guilty to lesser charges for a 2017 fatal stabbing, according to The New London Day. Hudson, 28, entered a guilty plea for manslaughter and will be sentenced for 18 years in prison followed by 7 years of parole.
Fired Norwich McDonald's manager sentenced to probation for role in $25K embezzlement scheme
NEW LONDON - A fired manager at the Norwichtown McDonald's accused of joining with a cashier to steal more than $25,000 in 2017 will avoid prison after agreeing to a plea deal.
Timing Out the Rain and Snow Moving Through Connecticut
A nor’easter will bring some heavy rain today, then snow is possible Friday night into Saturday morning. The wet snow begins later afternoon into the evening and through the overnight into the northwest and northeast hills. Here’s a breakdown of the timeline on our future radar. For more on the fore
New Norwich fire boat bears a familiar name
Norwich fire department officials watch as Thayer's Marine staff unload the department's new Marine 1 fire/rescue boat, named "Chief Scand" for retired city fire Chief Kenneth Scandariato, from the transport trailer Thursday, March 21, 2019. The new boat replaces an aging boat in service for over 30
Teen competent to stand trial for killing of grandparents
NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — A teenager accused of stabbing his grandparents to death in Connecticut has been deemed competent to stand trial on murder and arson charges. The competency finding by a forensic team that evaluated 18-year-old Marcus Fisher was disclosed Thursday in New London Superior Cour
Police reopen investigation into man missing 30 years
NORWICH, Conn. (AP) — Police have renewed their efforts to find out what happened to a Connecticut man who disappeared 30 years ago. State and Norwich police announced Wednesday they are seeking the public's help for new information in the disappearance of 24-year-old Kenneth Reed, last seen in Marc
Connecticut Tolls Now One Step Closer To Reality
Connecticut took a giant step closer to having tolls on our highways when the general assembly passed three bills that just about cemented the fact that the tolls are coming, now the only question is where, and how much.
Kenneth Reed disappeared without a trace from his parents’ Norwich home 30 years ago. Police continue the search.
It’s been 30 years since Kenneth Reed disappeared from his parent’s house in eastern Connecticut, but police have not given up trying to find out what happened to him. Reed, who had an address in Colchester but often stayed with his parents in Norwich, was last seen on March 24, 1989 at their Forest
Former Norwich sober house operator heads to prison for planning home invasion
A former Norwich sober house operator was sentenced Thursday in New London Superior Court to seven years in prison, followed by eight years of special parole, for planning a violent home invasion and robbery at a West Town Street residence on Dec. 1, 2017.
Health alert issued after dog tests positive for rabies in Groton
Groton — Public health officials are reminding residents to refrain from feeding or approaching wild or stray animals after a dog found in the area of Midway Oval tested positive for rabies Wednesday.
Groton Bible Chapel to hold groundbreaking for new sanctuary
Groton — Groton Bible Chapel, an independent evangelical church, will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its new sanctuary at 1 p.m. Sunday at 66 Toll Gate Road. "After seven years of planning and praying GBC leadership is thrilled this day has finally come," Groton Bible Chapel said in a news relea
Westerly woman wanted on benefits fraud in Rhode Island
A Westerly woman is wanted in connection with a Rhode Island State Police investigation that implicated 88 residents, from 13 cities and towns, on felony charges of state benefits fraud.
Case continued for woman charged with DUI in double-fatal Mystic crash
Stonington — The woman who allegedly was driving drunk when she struck and killed two pedestrians in Mystic on March 9 appeared briefly in New London Superior Court Tuesday and had her case continued to April 1.
I-95 Lane Closures To Begin In New London
NEW LONDON, CT - A $25 million construction project on Gold Star Bridge will result in nighttime lane closures. According to the state Department of Transportation: "Night time lane closures will occur on I-95 Southbound at the Gold Star Bridge to perform roadwork activities beginning Monday night,
Greenwich, Conn., worker demoted after taking pictures of dead body in suitcase.
A worker for the Connecticut town where a woman was found dead in a suitcase is facing discipline for taking and sharing photos of the victim's body. The Greenwich Time reports that town officials announced Wednesday that James Clifford will be demoted from his position as foreman of the Department