City councilors, union leaders urge regulators to take their time on L+M-Yale New Haven decision

Saying the decision is “too important to be rushed,” six of the seven City Councilors and Mayor Michael Passero on Wednesday urged state regulators to resist pressure to act quickly on the application for an affiliation between Yale-New Haven Hospital and Lawrence + Memorial Healthcare.

At long last, Waterford Korean War vet comes home

An honor guard of pallbearers from the Rhode Island Army National Guard carries the remains of U.S. Army Sgt. James Lawrence Campbell into Byles Memorial Home in New London on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016. Sgt. Campbell was born on Oct. 8, 1932, in New London, and was killed in action on Dec. 2, 1950, in North Korea. Campbell's remains were among 208 boxes of remains returned to the U.S. by North Korea between 1990 and 1994 and recently identified using both circumstantial evidence and forensic identification tools, including DNA analysis, which matched both his sister and a brother. Burial with full military honors will be Friday morning at West Neck Cemetery in Waterford. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

The remains of James L. Campbell, missing from the Korean War, arrived to the Byles Memorial Home in New London just after 1 p.m. Tuesday.

Mass rescue exercise tests response capabilities in Arctic

The Coast Guard Research and Development Center is using the exercise to test "state-of-the-art" technology designed to improve communication capabilities in the region.

Preston Redevelopment Agency chairman takes helm at SeCTer

The chairman of the Preston Redevelopment Agency has been named interim director of the Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise Region economic-development agency, replacing Stephen MacKenzie, who left this month to take a similar position in his home country of Canada.

New London man, subject of 2014 manhunt, charged in Westbrook

More than two years after an intensive manhunt led to the lockdown of an Old Saybrook neighborhood, police said they’ve found and charged the man they were searching for.

Police chief wants to make Groton a 'law enforcement destination'

Groton Police Chief Louis J. Fusaro has had occasion to order officers to work overtime when they would otherwise be off, and this is something he says he'd like to avoid.

More budget baloney

President Obama submitted a budget proposal to Congress in February. The current budget expires in a month and Congress has done nothing. It's easier and more politically convenient to just complain.

Ollie relieves stress, enjoys fellowship on the golf course

The UConn coach looked relaxed Monday during his charity golf classic at Lake of Isles in North Stonington. He warmly greeted friends and former teammates, including regular playing partners Donny Marshall, Scott Burrell and Ray Allen.

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Preston Redevelopment Agency chairman takes helm at SeCTer

The chairman of the Preston Redevelopment Agency has been named interim director of the Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise Region economic-development agency, replacing Stephen MacKenzie, who left this month to take a similar position in his home...

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Time for Clinton to take the questions

Hillary Clinton needs to step in front of the press and address the questions about emails and the Clinton Foundation.

Caution when jogging

Jogging is a great way to stay healthy, and a few common sense precautions can reduce the chances of a jogger becoming a victim.

More budget baloney

President Obama submitted a budget proposal to Congress in February. The current budget expires in a month and Congress has done nothing. It's easier and more politically convenient to just complain.

Change welcomed, now fix law to protect state watchdog agencies

The Malloy administration made the right decision in reversing its plans to block funding for agencies charged with keeping Connecticut government honest.

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