WiredZone: New London 39, Fitch 0

Efrain Santiago led New London on both sides of the ball as the Whalers remained unbeaten, shutting out Fitch 39-0 on Saturday. WiredZone gives you the highlights plus audio from mic'd-up coaches Juan Roman and Mike Ellis.

Small child abandoned on Bank Street taken to New London fire station

A motorist rescued a toddler abandoned in a stroller on Bank Street Monday night and brought the girl to the nearby New London fire station.

Fire at abandoned Norwich YMCA was set, fire chief says

Norwich firefighters monitor the roof during mop up after extinguishing a fire in the former YMCA building on Main St.  Monday, October 24, 2016. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Firefighters battled a fire at the vacant YMCA building on Main Street Monday evening, the second arson fire in as many nights in vacant downtown Norwich buildings and the third in the past week, Fire Chief Kenneth Scandariato said.

Head of regional energy cooperative defends Kentucky Derby trip

The executive director of the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative on Monday vigorously defended so-called “strategic retreats” by staff, board members and numerous guests to the Kentucky Derby in each of the past four years.

Parents circulate petition to reinstate Halloween parade at East Lyme school

A group of parents have circulated a petition to ask school officials to reconsider a decision to cancel the Halloween parade at the Lillie B. Haynes School -- or at least consider allowing students to wear costumes in school.

Sub Base, surrounding communities to be part of land use study

A year-long study will evaluate compatibility issues between the Naval Submarine Base and surrounding areas, and ultimately develop recommendations to ensure the base's operational needs are met while simultaneously preserving the economic development interests of local communities.

Boyle, a serial rapist and killer, once again eligible for parole

Edward F. Boyle Jr. (Connecticut Department of Correction)

Edward F. Boyle Jr., 55, has spent most of his adult life in prison, and that's where the family of homicide victim Louisa Scott's family thinks he should remain for as long as possible. His crimes include a sexual assault in Groton.

Mystic resident has spent almost 15 years volunteering with Red Cross

Mystic resident Dr. Wayne Dailey, a retired state Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services spokesman and a volunteer disaster mental health manager for the American Red Cross, stands next to a Red Cross vehicle in North Carolina on Oct. 20, 2016. Photo courtesy of Wayne Dailey.

Since 2002, Mystic resident Dr. Wayne Dailey has been working with a less-visible branch of the American Red Cross’s volunteer work.

Downtown Pawcatuck buildings get internet service

The town has announced that basic internet service is now available to three downtown Pawcatuck commercial buildings that did not have the service.

Norwich volunteer group sponsors Norwich's first Syrian refugee family

The Greater Norwich Welcome Group has worked since spring to prepare for sponsoring Norwich's first Syrian refugee family. The family is now settled in the city, learning English and applying for jobs.

Police say Lyme woman had more than 10 unclean, emaciated horses

A local woman is due in court Tuesday after animal control officers say they found more than 10 emaciated horses in squalid conditions at her Grassy Hill Road residence in April.


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Public housing plan for New London makes sense

Proposal would not only provide for needed housing but would involve a zone change that could encourage revitalization.

Plans to extend Route 11 pass into history

After two decades, a plan that made much sense falls victim to regulatory hurdles and high cost.

Incumbent McCarty in 38th House District

McCarty will join other Republicans in demanding structural change in state budgeting and working toward fiscal sustainability.

Hong, a fighter, in Norwich's 46th

Bonnie Hong seems particularly well suited to represent Norwich’s 46th District in the state House of Representatives.


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