Netanyahu tells Congress Iran deal guarantees nuclear arms

"That deal would not prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons - it would all but guarantee that Iran gets those weapons, lots of them," Netanyahu said in Washington, speaking to a joint meeting of the House and Senate in an effort to head off an accord being negotiated between Iran and world powers. "It paves Iran's path to the bomb."

Soper named president of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority

A search firm scoured the country looking for potential candidates to succeed Mitchell Etess, the top Mohegan gaming executive who’s eyeing retirement. An especially strong one turned up at Mohegan Sun.

Most in state's congressional delegation say they will attend address by Netanyahu

Spokesmen for Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Sen. Chris Murphy, Rep. Elizabeth Esty and Rep. John Larson said Monday they were slated to attend. Rep. Joe Courtney is likely to attend. Rep. Jim Himes and a spokesman for Rep. Rosa DeLauro told the CT Mirror the representatives planned to attend as well.

Santaniello is remembered by all for wisdom, generosity

Retired state Supreme Court Justice Angelo G. Santaniello, who died early Sunday at age 90, was remembered on Monday by his family and lifelong friends, including Associate U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, as a man who gave more than he received.

Foxwoods would operate casino proposed for New Bedford

A New York City-based developer proposing to build a casino in New Bedford, Mass., plans to partner with Foxwoods Resort Casino, which would operate the facility, a spokesman for the developer confirmed Monday.

Priest from Greek church in Norwich victim in Route 2 fatal crash

Members of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church are mourning the loss of their pastor, Father Matthew Baker, who died in a motor vehicle crash Sunday in Norwich.

Former Norwich city manager gets $152,000 severance deal

The City Council Monday approved a severance agreement with former City Manager Alan Bergren that will pay him a total of $152,342 in three payments over the next several months.

State Police spokesman Vance grateful for support, but ready for next assignment

Longtime State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance says he's been overwhelmed by an outpouring of sentiment following news of his unexpected reassignment but has accepted the transfer as “another phase of my career.”

Ten more New London workers to be moved

Ten additional city employees will be relocated from their offices in the Stanton Building as an engineer assesses the structural integrity of the Union Street building.

NFA, Norwich at odds on next contract

As the smaller partner towns that send students to Norwich Free Academy appear ready to sign new contracts with the academy, Norwich public school officials said Monday they are at an impasse in negotiations on a new contract.

Norwich charter revision group backs off on a cap for leases

The Charter Revision Commission will steer clear of the potentially politically charged issue of capping city leases at $800,000 without a referendum, withdrawing a proposal discussed last week.

Norwich to get $150K grant for preschool expansion

The city public school system is in line to receive $150,000 to expand its preschool offerings.



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Are you saddened by the news of the likely move of the Pawtucket Red Sox?





I don't know


Remember the longest game in 1981?


I remember it as a kid; it's an institution.


What's the big deal? It's just moving down the street.


Where they're moving on the Providence waterfront will be great.


The new park will be a boon to game attendance.


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