Blizzard time lapse: downtown New London

A time lapse video condenses 48 hours into 60 seconds as a blizzard blows through downtown New London, seen from Monday morning through Wednesday morning.

An overview of southeastern Connecticut after the blizzard

Aerial photographs by Day chief photographer Sean D. Elliot who flew over southeastern Connecticut Wednesday show how the region fared after Tuesday's blizzard.

 Aerial images of Southeastern Connecticut after the blizzard

National Guard assists with snow removal in Stonington schools, downtown

Seventeen Connecticut National Guard members from the 192nd Engineering Battalion are using massive backhoes and dump trucks this morning to clear the parking lot at Mystic Middle School and Deans Mill School. First Selectman George Crouse had requested assistance from the National Guard on Tuesday to remove snow from downtown Pawcatuck and Mystic and the schools so they can reopen on Thursday.

 Region digs out from blizzard

Malloy checks on effects of blizzard on Stonington borough

Gov. Dannel Malloy trudged through snow-covered Water Street in Stonington borough this afternoon to get an up-close look at the effects the blizzard had on the town.

Delivering mail in Mystic after blizzard a breeze for Mount Everest climber

Faced with unshoveled walks and other obstacles, postal carrier Phil Plouffe estimated that his deliveries would take him about an hour longer than normal. But it didn't bother the 58-year-old Plouffe, who has been a mail carrier for 30 years, half of that on his current, mostly walking, route in...

Elsewhere, storm was less than advertised, but region got genuine blizzard

Though the snowstorm that moved through the region Tuesday may not have lived up to prognostication elsewhere, southeastern Connecticut felt the full brunt of the blizzard, finding itself blanketed beneath about 2 feet of snow.

 Tuesday's blizzard morning

Police: Mystic man suffers fatal heart attack while shoveling snow

Town police said today that a 70-year-old Mystic man suffered a fatal heart attack at about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday while shoveling snow from the sidewalk in front of his house on Warren Avenue.

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