Landmark Modernist Home On Long Island Sound For SaleA home on Long Island Sound that was designed by architect Richard Meier and became a modernist landmark has gone up for sale in Connecticut.
Police Arrest Men For Selling Drugs To High School StudentsPolice have arrested two 19-year-olds for selling drugs to Connecticut high school students via social media.
Man Charged With "Keying" Cop CarsStamford police have arrested a 62-year-old man after they say an officer caught him ``violently keying'' two police cruisers right outside police headquarters.
Man Charged With Trying To Kidnap ExA Darien man is under arrest in Stratford, where police say he tried to kidnap his ex-girlfriend and set fire to her vehicle Tuesday afternoon.
Public Pool Proposal Makes Waves On Connecticut 'Gold Coast'The latest plan to build the first public pool in the wealthy Connecticut town of Darien is making waves.
Whole Foods Recalls Mislabeled Salad Sold At 14 storesSalad distributed to more than a dozen Whole Foods stores around the Northeast, including West Hartford and Darien, have been recalled because they were mislabeled and contain an egg allergen.
1 Dead In Darien CrashState police say a Bridgeport man has died in a fiery crash on Interstate 95 in Darien.
Top Library Programs For Kids In ConnecticutLibraries are the foundation of reading (and exploration) for so many of us, especially children. From story time to craft programs and special events, you simply cant beat the value, cost and education local libraries bring to our communities. Here are some of the top library programs for kids in Connecticut.
Darien Officers Charged In Firearms Discharge
Judge Dismisses Father's Lawsuit Against Little LeagueA federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a Connecticut father who said a baseball Little League demoted his 9-year-old son to a lower-level team because of the father's plans to build affordable housing next to a former league official's home.
Veterans Fund Bookkeeper Facing federal Charges
Court: Towns Can Be Sued Over Fatal RaidA federal appeals court says several Connecticut police departments can be sued over a drug raid that killed an unarmed man and injured another in 2008.