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I-95: Deadly, Overcrowded

Drivers, Survivors, Solutions

State's attorney rules New London police use of force 'appropriate' in death of Lashano Gilbert

The New London Police Department on Thursday released 911 calls, radio transmissions and video of incidents involving Lashano Gilbert, a 31-year-old who died Oct. 4, 2014 after a violent encounter with police in the booking area of the New London Police Department. Police were responding to a Freedom of Information Act request from The Day.

Attorney Matthew Shafner, legal champion of working people, dead at 80

Attorney Matthew Shafner of Groton, a legal giant and humanitarian who broke new ground with asbestos, maritime injury and workers compensation cases, died Thursday morning.

Mystic bakery owners charge town with discrimination

The couple that owns the Lighthouse Bakery in downtown Mystic have filed two complaints against the town, charging that town employees have discriminated against them because of their Iranian heritage.

Construction begins at former home of Randall's Ordinary

Just shy of six months since Carla and Rodolfo Bartolucci bought the property that used to house Randall's Ordinary, construction on the new Jovial Foods Inc. headquarters has begun.

Taproom brewery receives final approval from East Lyme commission

A taproom brewery proposed for downtown Niantic reached a final step in town approval on Thursday. The Zoning Commission unanimously approved a special permit for the taproom brewery, to be called the Niantic Public House and Brewery, at 243 Main St.

Seven firms submit proposals to study Norwich schools

The city received seven proposals Thursday with widely ranging fees, from firms interested in doing an extensive study of the city's school buildings, their condition and possible future restructuring or consolidation.

Three New London residents arrested on drug-related charges

New London police said they arrested three city residents on drug-related and other charges after executing search-and-seizure warrants Wednesday at two Jefferson Avenue apartments.

Stonington police charge woman with drunk driving twice in 10 hours

Stonington police charged a Nevada woman with driving under the influence Thursday morning less than three hours after they released her following her drunk driving arrest Wednesday night.


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Brady freed, Goodell and NFL sacked

It remains baffling why the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell, acting on scant evidence, chose to turn this relatively minor matter about the possible slight deflation of footballs into a massive...

Protect freedoms on Supreme Court's steps

Reminding the court of its past finding that “debate on public issues should be uninhibited, robust, and wide-open.”

Funding Coast Guard for Arctic mission

With Russia intent on exploiting changes that are opening new shipping lanes and access to natural resources across what were once permanently frozen areas, the United States cannot afford to sit by...

Cool it, Ohio, let Alaska have its mountain

There are plenty of ways to honor McKinley, but any such honors ought to relate to his life and work.



This was a win UConn desperately needed ... and deserved

You want art? Go to the Louvre. This is football. This was a victory.

A Confederate flag flies in Stonington

A big Confederate flag appeared recently over a house on the water in Stonington.

Magazines and Special Features


Looking Back: New London County: Vol. I - The 1860s - 1930s

Looking Back: New London County: Vol. I - The 1860s - 1930s

Looking Back: New London County: Vol. II - The 1940s, '50s and '60s

Looking Back: New London County: Vol. II - The 1940s, '50s and '60s

The Charles W. Morgan: A Picture History of an American Icon

The Charles W. Morgan: A Picture History of an American Icon

A Pictorial History of: The National Coast Guard Museum

A Pictorial History of: The National Coast Guard Museum: Respect the Past | Engage the Present | Look to the Future