PAWCATUCK — Saying good-bye to West Broad Street School next week will be like bidding farewell to a dear friend.
Charter Oak Credit Union has reported 2018 net income of more than $8.23 million, a gain of 33.7 percent from year-end 2017. The credit union, in the latest report to its federal regulator, also said that its membership had grown during the year by 5,845, to 74,149 members.
HARTFORD — Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes have received long-awaited approval from the federal government to push ahead with plans for an off-reservation casino in East Windsor.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes have received long-awaited approval from the federal government to push ahead with plans for an off-reservation casino in East Windsor.
STONINGTON — Birchwood Farms, a 40-unit residential subdivision that will include 12 affordable units, received unanimous approval Tuesday from the Planning and Zoning Commission for subdivision and groundwater protection permits for the project’s 25-acre site located at 126 S. Broad St., …
PAWCATUCK — In a community meeting Tuesday, residents and neighbors raised objections to a proposal to construct two buildings at the Edythe K. Richmond Homes complex on Sisk Drive.
HARTFORD — A reputed Connecticut mobster who federal authorities believe is the last surviving person of interest in the largest art heist in history criticized government officials Monday as he adjusted to being back home after finishing a four-year prison sentence for weapons crimes.
HARTFORD — A former top Goldman Sachs executive tapped to oversee economic development policy in Connecticut and lauded by Gov. Ned Lamont for his caliber of financial and investment experience finds himself answering a lot of questions about his role in the mortgage meltdown of 2007-08.
PAWCATUCK — Consolidating nine musicals into one isn’t easy, but that’s what playwright and teacher Sheila Adams decided to create for Pawcatuck Middle School’s last play.
STONINGTON — It's a typical Lenten Friday morning in Stonington Borough. The smell of deep-fried fish fills the air in the Main Street neighborhood surrounding The Portuguese Holy Ghost Society and parking spaces are tough to find. People are filling the sidewalks, heading toward the large w…
BOSTON — Native American leaders are teaming up with groups in the U.S., Britain and the Netherlands to ensure that next year's commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrim landing showcases the harsh legacy of colonization.
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Health announced Friday that Butterball LLC has recalled 78,164 pounds of raw ground turkey products that may be contaminated with the Salmonella Schwarzengrund bacteria.
PAWCATUCK — At its board meeting Thursday, the Stonington Housing Authority assured residents of the Edythe K. Richmond Homes that their housing needs would be supported should expansion plans for the development move forward.
STONINGTON — While the Board of Education’s 2019-20 budget is slight less than the previous year's spending plan — largely because of savings from middle school consolidation — its Capital Improvement Plan is substantially higher.
STONINGTON — With multiple changes ahead because of the middle school consolidation and other factors, the Board of Selectman finished naming the members of a committee Wednesday that will study the town’s public buildings.
The Thompson Exhibition Building at Mystic Seaport Museum, which opened in 2016, received an award Friday from the WoodWorks-Wood Products Council, based in Washington, D.C. Recognized in the “Commercial Wood Design–Low-Rise” category, the 14,000-square-foot building received one of the nine…
STONINGTON — The Water Pollution Control Authority is requesting $300,000 for a two-year "inflow and infiltration" study of the Mystic treatment sewage plant, in part to pave the way for activating a diversion line that would send more of the town's effluent to its plant in the Borough.The M…
STONINGTON — The owners of Seaport Marine sought feedback from the Architecture Design Review Board on Monday on a preliminary proposal for building a boardwalk, hotel, restaurant, apartments, townhouses, a marine services building and a new boat basin on a 11.5-acre site at 2 Washington St.…
An Ashaway man who dived into the Pawcatuck River to rescue a man from a sinking car on New Year's Day was honored by the state Senate on Tuesday.
STONINGTON — The Stonington Police Department is seeking applicants for the job of animal control officer, a full-time position that opened recently when Officer Keri Bush took the animal-control job in Groton.
STONINGTON — For the better part of the past decade, Seth Wakeman had served as the face of the Quiambaug Fire District while his wife, Joanna, provided support behind the scenes. Members of the agency are now mourning the sudden loss of the couple, which Quiambaug Fire District President Jo…
HARTFORD — Advocates for gun rights and gun control are expected to pack a Connecticut legislative hearing on several firearms bills, including measures that would tighten safe storage laws and require people openly carrying guns to produce their permits if police ask.
MYSTIC — A Groton woman is facing a charge of driving under the influence after police said she struck and killed a man and a woman who were crossing Greenmanville Avenue near Rossie Pentway Saturday evening.
MYSTIC — Graduate students from the Sustainable Landscape Planning and Design program at the Conway School in Northampton, Mass., will present their coastal resiliency recommendations for downtown Mystic on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Masin Conference Room of the Thompson Exhibition Building at…
STONINGTON —Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., announced Friday at Stonington Town Hall that he and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, of New York, will introduce a bill to fund safety measures at rail-grade crossing by investing $500 million per year over five years.
NORTH STONINGTON — The North Stonington Garden Club is now accepting applications for the 2019 Anna Coit Memorial Scholarship. The $1,500 scholarship is granted annually to a student pursuing higher education in agriculture, conservation, environmental studies, horticulture, landscape design…
WASHINGTON — It wasn’t exactly a mic-drop moment. But when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi abruptly ended a conversation as a freshman Connecticut lawmaker no longer seemed to be listening, it showed just how far the Democratic leader and the new majority have to go in getting used to each other.
PAWCATUCK — The developer of a proposed affordable housing complex plans to construct sidewalks along the property’s frontage at 126 S. Broad St., an unusual move since sidewalks are not a requirement for the project.
PAWCATUCK — Every Monday morning, Barbara Matthewson packs up her paintbrushes and joins other artists in a room filled with natural light and a congenial atmosphere.
PAWCATUCK — A developer’s proposal to build a 40-unit housing complex containing 12 affordable units at 126 S. Broad St. in Pawcatuck will be the focus of an Economic Development Commission special meeting today at 6 p.m. at the Pawcatuck Fire Station, 33 Liberty St.
NORTH STONINGTON — If its $1 million offer to connect with Stonington’s Pawcatuck sewer plant is rejected, North Stonington will seek other options to fulfill its ambitious economic development plans.
STONINGTON — Two people are dead following a crash near Exit 90 off Interstate 95 southbound that is being blamed on a wrong-way driver.
PROVIDENCE — What do you do if you share a name with one of the most prominent defendants in the special counsel's investigation into Russia?