Time lapse: Printing press removal at The Day

The seven-month process of disassembling and removing The Day's printing press is condensed into a 35-second time-lapse video. A camera captured a picture every 10 minutes from April 7 to Oct. 24 to document the work in the pressroom at The Day's building in downtown New London.
The Day’s press went silent in August of 2011. The Day and The Times weekly publications are printed by the Providence Journal.

Tonight's games: Final scores

Ledyard's Phyllip Thomas (1) catches a pass and runs in for a touchdown against the defense of Cullen Contos (3) of Windham during tonight's game at Ledyard High.

Witness: Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo explodes in desert

A Virgin Galactic space tourism rocket exploded Friday after taking off on a test flight, killing one person aboard and seriously injuring another while scattering wreckage in Southern California's Mojave Desert, witnesses and officials said.

Bringing to life book characters on Halloween at Deans Mill School

Annual Book Character Day has been a rite of passage of third graders at Deans Mill School in Stonington for more than 20 years. Students are given an assignment of picking a favorite book character. Once students have chosen a character, students are asked to write five clues that give details...

New London voters face five questions on Election Day

In addition to electing state and congressional leadership, New London voters casting ballots Tuesday will be asked to answer five municipal ballot questions that could determine the future of the Whaling City.

Firefighters contain Lantern Hill fire

Firefighters from throughout the region worked to extinguish a brush fire Thursday night that had crept its way along a steep ridge near the silica mine between Lantern Hill and Wintechog Hill Roads.

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38th District voters must choose among three good candidates.

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Contest for high profile vacancy should be a good one.

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