- DEMUZZIO RESIGNS Groton Utilities Commissioner Edward DeMuzzio resigned on Monday and the Groton City Council voted to accept the recommendations of the Board of Ethics critical of DeMuzzio and two other Groton Utilities officials for attending a 2016 trip to the Kentucky Derby. DeMuzzio defended himself and his colleagues, General Manager of Utility Finance David Collard and Director Ronald Gaudet saying they made an error in judgment but were unfairly classified as unethical. More »
- JOSE TO BRUSH US A tropical storm warning has been issued for a stretch of New England as Hurricane Jose approaches the coast of the U.S. Northeast. National Hurricane Center in Miami said the warning was in effect for an area stretching from Watch Hill, Rhode Island, to Hull, Massachusetts. A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for New London and Middlesex Counties in Connecticut. The storm is expected to remain offshore, although coastal flooding is possible from Delaware to southern New England over the next few days. More »
- BABY BEATER FACES 10 YEARS DANIELSON, Conn. (AP) – A Connecticut man is heading to prison after fracturing the legs and ribs of his weeks-old baby in 2015. The Bulletin (http://bit.ly/2hbm1OP ) reports that 34-year-old Jarod Trudeau pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and risk of injury to a minor. He faces 10 years in prison, suspended after seven, and five years of probation at sentencing scheduled for Sept. 29. More »
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The actor denies that he physically attacked his ex-girlfriend.
"They love each other and their children deeply," his rep said.
The show's executive producers confirmed the news.