Developers propose host of ideas for Lighthouse Inn

With proposals to purchase the property for prices ranging from $1 to $250,000, five developers have come forward with an array of ideas to transform the deteriorating Lighthouse Inn in New London.

Work continues on submarine Illinois

Workers at General Dynamics Electric Boat in Groton prepare the Virginia class attack submarine Illinois for float-off early next month in Graving Dock 3 Thursday.

Bernier retains prominent defense attorney to fight life sentence for Norwich murders

John Cluny, whose wife and son were murdered at their Norwich home in 1993 by then 15-year-old Michael Bernier, on Thursday met the prominent defense attorney Norman A. Pattis, who has been hired to represent Bernier in his quest to reduce his prison sentence.

New manager doubles size of Ledyard Farmers Market

The Ledyard Farmers Market has a complicated history. But one thing is sure: with more than 20 regular vendors, the market is the biggest it's ever been.

Investigation supports harassment complaint by Stonington public works director

A town investigation has upheld a harassment complaint filed by Stonington Director of Public Works Barbara McKrell against Selectman Michael Spellman and recommended that he attend harassment training.

Upgrade and improvement grants going to local communities

Stonington, Ledyard and Montville are among recipients of nearly $12 million in Community Development Block Grant Small Cities Program awards announced Thursday by the state to provide upgrades and improvements to local communities.

Local, state leaders mourn the passing of Eileen Daily

Former state Sen. Eileen Daily of Westbrook was remembered Thursday as both an effective legislator and a dear friend who led the towns she represented to success during her 20 years in office.

Burglary reported in New London

At approximately 11:20 p.m. Wednesday, two residents reported a second-degree burglarly in progress at their house in the area of Ocean Avenue and Fowler Court.

UPDATED: Silver Alert issued for missing New London teen

Police are seeking public assistance in locating a 13-year-old New London boy last seen on Wednesday.



Groton-New London Airport open for tours Aug. 19

Groton-New London Airport will be open for a free self-guided tour from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. during Groton's Summer in the City celebration Wednesday, Aug. 19, which also corresponds to National Aviation Day.

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End loopholes placing guns in wrong hands

Dylann Roof should not have been allowed to purchase the .45-caliber handgun police say he used in the mass killing in Charleston.

Malloy needs to fight for transportation lockbox

If Gov. Malloy expects to make transportation a legacy initiative, he will need to do a better selling job on creating a lockbox to pay for it.

One small step for the Smithsonian, one great leap for its fundraising

What is more modern for the historic museum than a campaign that harnesses the power of the Internet?

Lawsuit no reason to disqualify Groton police chief candidate

We have to agree with the town manager that “it wasn’t reason to disqualify him.”



Sutera's vision lives on

This was once said of Gene Sutera, in the wake of his death:

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

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

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

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

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Should Jonathan Pollard, the former Navy intelligence analyst who was convicted of spying for Israel, be released on parole after serving 30 years in prison?

No, it is a political move to appease Israel as part of the Iran nuclear deal.


No, he is a dangerous traitor who compromised U.S. security and should serve out his full life sentence.


Yes, he ultimately did not do much harm to U.S. security, has the right to parole and has served enough time.


Yes, even if it is a political move to appease Israel, I think the Iran nuclear deal is worth it.


Number of votes: 233