Region's senators back tribes' 3rd casino bill; next up, the House

The state Senate’s southeastern contingent was solidly behind the third-casino bill the chamber passed early Wednesday morning, endorsing the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes’ plan to build a “satellite” facility in East Windsor.

Three Rivers graduates told to choose love over hate

Graduate Amber McDonnell, right, of Bozrah waves and yells to family as classmate Christian Marshall of Stonington looks on before Three Rivers Community College's commencement ceremony on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at the school in Norwich.

Three Rivers Community College awards degrees to 537 graduates Wednesday, with 303 participating in the ceremony on the college green.

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Trump discusses subs' presence with Philippines president

President Donald Trump told Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte in an April 29 phone call that the U.S. had two submarines in waters off the Korean Peninsula, according to a transcript obtained by the news site The Intercept.

NL Housing Authority to sign contract in step toward moving Crystal Avenue residents

The Thames River Apartments in New London are seen Nov. 25, 2016.    (Tim Cook/The Day)

The New London Housing Authority has reached a milestone in its quest to abandon the troubled Thames River Apartments by approving an agreement for relocation services for families at the 124-unit complex.

Norwich Native Son Award winner credits hometown for his success

Dr. Michael Morosky, chairman of the OB/GYN Department at Johnson Memorial Hospital in Stafford Springs, Conn., receives the Norwich Native Son Award from the Norwich Rotary Clubs and the Women's City Club, at the Norwich Holiday Inn in Norwich on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. Dr. Morosky has delivered more than 6,700 babies in his 40-year-plus career. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Dr. Michael Morosky, 67, of Glastonbury, chief of obstetrics and gynecology for the past 13 years at Johnson Memorial Hospital in Stafford Springs and head of the hospital's surgery department, was honored Wednesday as the 2017 recipient of the Norwich Rotary and Woman's City Club's Native Son...

New band shell at McCook's in Niantic to open Friday

The new McCook Point Park Band Shell in Niantic. (Photo courtesy of David Putnam, East Lyme Parks and Recreation Director)

The first concert at the newly built McCook Point Park band shell in Niantic will be held Friday evening, along with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Williams School senior, a Peru native, embodies 'quiet strength'

The Williams School senior Antonella Portugal, front, performs

If you came across a quiet, pensive Antonella Portugal, it wouldn’t be unusual.

Dealers take aim at bill legalizing Tesla's direct-sales model

Dealers fear that a bill that would enable electric-car makers to sell directly to Connecticut consumers would tip the playing field in the direction of Tesla, the high-tech manufacturer.

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The Malloy administration gave up a lot in agreeing to extend a labor contract to 2027, but it also got a lot in terms of benefits and pension savings.

Wind power’s problem

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