Sunday Dec 8
DEEP: State Agencies Celebrate New Wastewater System at Southbury Training School
Commissioners from Connecticut's Departments of Energy and Environmental Protection , Developmental Services and Construction Services on Tuesday celebrated the benefits of a modern state-of-the-art wastewater treatment system at Southbury Training School, Southbury.
Families begin search for perfect Christmas tree in Preston, Salem
People peruse the trees at Maple Lane Farms in Preston on Sunday. Maple Lane owner Allyn Brown admitted surprise at the turnout on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Police logs - Nov. 22
Christopher Etuka, 29, of 50 Central Ave. was charged Wednesday with possession of synthetic cannabis and sale of synthetic cannabis.
Police: Man Gave Fake Name To Montville Police To Circumvent Ledyard Cops
A Salem man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly stealing items from a home in Ledyard in August and then giving a fake name to a Montville Police Officer.
Salem man arrested in connection with Ledyard theft
Police said that Moreno pawned the stolen items at a local pawn shop. At the time, police applied for an arrest warrant.
Power outages reported in Salem, Montville, Colchester
As of 10:50 a.m., 617 customers in Colchester and 582 in Salem were without power.
UPDATED: Salem fire crews contain brush fire
The fire was first reported at 12:20 p.m. Salem firefighters spent several hours at the scene, calling in water tankers from Colchester, Oakdale and Lyme.
The Hartford Courant
Police Probe Credit Card Thefts In Colchester Area
Police are investigating a series of thefts of credit card numbers, and local businesses may be at the center of it.
Police logs - Nov. 12
Myrna E. Pratts, 25, of 13 Bishop Lane was charged Friday with second-degree reckless endangerment, evading responsibility and third-degree criminal mischief.