Thursday Mar 6
The Daily Campus
The New Green: Fighting food deserts in CT
Last month, the federal government cut food stamp benefits by $8.6 billion over the next ten years, which will affect 850,000 households.
Thursday Mar 6
State of Connecticut
Arrests Made in Theft of ATM Machines
On 3-4-2014, the Connecticut State Police, Troop K Colchester made three criminal arrests in the connection with six substantial burglaries that took place in the Windham area during the month of January.
3 Emaciated Dogs Found Dead in Elementary School Dumpster
Authorities are searching for the person or people who left three emaciated dogs in a elementary school dumpster in Windham.
Preston man charged with DUI after police pursuit on 21st birthday
Willimantic Police say a Preston man celebrated his 21st birthday on Monday and ended up crossing into oncoming travel lanes and leading a police pursuit through several Windham County towns.
Three charged with theft of ATMs in Windham
State police have charged three people in connection with a series of commercial burglaries that include the theft or attempted theft of six ATMs in the Windham area.
Police logs - Feb. 13
Michael Addison, 28, of Baltic was charged Tuesday with risk of injury to a minor and fourth-degree sexual assault.
The Hartford Courant
Windham Schools Will Return To Local Control
The State Board of Education will return Windham schools to local control at the end of June with the caveat that the commissioner of education will help choose the next superintendent.