Woodstock Academy Adding Armed Guards on Campus

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Woodstock Academy, an independent, co-educational, college preparatory high school for grades 9–12 will have three armed security guards when students return to campus this fall. The high school employs 9 security guards on their campus, but three of the guards who are retired… Read More

Costs to Smokers to Increase Friday

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July 1st is the date new laws take effect in Connecticut, and one of the new laws is an increase in the state’s cigarette tax. It is an effort by the state to aid in reducing the $19.7 billion deficit, the cigarette tax… Read More

Silver Alert Issued for New Haven Teen

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A SILVER ALERT HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR:TASHAONNA SLEDGE Age: 16 DOB: 12/20/1999 Sex: Female Race: Black Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Height: 5’00” Weight: 120 NO CLOTHING DESCRIPTION Missing From: NEW HAVEN, CT Missing Since: 06/25/2016 ***** SILVER ALERT ***** IF LOCATED PLEASE CONTACT… Read More

Pete Rose Inducted into Hall of Fame

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Pete Rose, aka Charlie Hustle, was inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall Of Fame on Saturday. Rose, 75, was the 86th person to go into the team’s hall, joining such greats as Johnny Bench and Tony Perez, both who were on hand to… Read More

Silver Alert for Missing Plainfield Man

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Jason Dunlop, 35, of Plainfield has been missing since Sunday, and police have issued a Silver Alert, with hopes that the public can help in locating the missing man. Dunlop is a white male with brown hair, hazel eyes, stands 6 feet tall… Read More

Homegrown Marijuana Leads to Arrest of Willimantic Man

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Police arrested Mark O’Donnell, 44, of Willimantic on Monday, June 27, for allegedly growing marijuana in his home. Responding to the home, police seized 48 marijuana plants, lighting and growing materials. O’Donnell has been charged with possession of drug paraphernalia within 1,500 feet… Read More

Operation Dry Water and B.U.I.’s

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Connecticut DEEP Environmental Conservation Police have joined the nationwide initiative to combat boating and drinking via “Operation Dry Water” on Connecticut waterways. Conservation police do not need probable cause to stop your boat and investigate as they are authorized to perform safety checks… Read More

Narcan Saving Lives in New Haven

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The opiate antidote Narcan (naloxone) saved the lives of 3 overdose victims in New Haven Saturday, but as of Friday, the tainted drugs on the streets have killed at least 2 and possibly a third person. There were 15 reported overdoses in New… Read More

Car Thefts in Tolland

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Troopers from the Troop C Barracks in Tolland are presently investigating a series of stolen motor vehicles and the theft of items from vehicles. The incidents occurred overnight on 06-24-16 (Friday) into 06-25-16 (Saturday), in the Town of Tolland. The thefts and car… Read More

Killingly High Alumni to Return to School

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Geni Derosier, a 2002 Killingly High School graduate, is set to step through the doors of the school next year, not as a student, but as the girls basketball head coach. After graduation Derosier coached the Connecticut Storm AAU basketball program and was… Read More

Armed Robbers Flee on Bicycle

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The Dunkin Donuts on Main Street in Willimantic was the scene of an armed robbery around 3:00 a.m. Thursday morning. The employee of the store notified police of the robbery and that the suspect was fleeing the scene on a bicycle being driven… Read More

Swimmer Drowns at Killingly Pond

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Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s Conservation Police responded to Killingly Pond shortly after 12 noon on Thursday for the report of a missing swimmer. Due to the remote location of the pond, the search and rescue attempts are far more challenging.… Read More