Nautilus, museum get new boss

Lt. Cmdr. Bradley Boyd salutes as he exits the change of charge ceremony relieving Lt. Cmdr. Reginald Preston as the officer-in-charge of the Historic ship Nautilus (SSN 571) and director of the Submarine Force Museum. The ceremony took place in the museum in Groton on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Lt. Cmdr. Bradley Boyd is now in charge of the first nuclear-powered submarine and director of the Submarine Force Museum in Groton.

Thames River Apartments residents to receive notice to vacate

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

Residents at the federally subsidized Thames River Apartments can expect an order to vacate their Crystal Avenue apartments in the coming days, another sign that relocation out of the troubled apartment complex is on the horizon.

New London and Norwich honor King's legacy

From left, Mayor Michael Passero, Anthony Nolan, president of the city council, Jerry Mahan,  Michael Tranchida, city councilor, Wilbur Glenn and Rev. Marcus Luter, of Beulah Land Church of God in Christ, walk down Cottage Street during the annual Martin Luther King March from New London City Hall to Shiloh Baptist Church for a service, Monday, Jan. 15, 2018.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Norwich and New London residents honored Martin Luther King Jr. at events and marches Monday, with speakers celebrating the diversity of their communities and highlighting King's legacy of justice.

New chief development officer for Coast Guard Museum to lead fundraising effort

The new chief development officer of the National Coast Guard Museum Association said she's pleased by the momentum to date, and that this year's focus will be to recruit members for a capital campaign committee who will help raise awareness and money for the $100 million project.

First responders describe New London murder scene as trial begins

New London Police Lt. Robert Pickett and other first responders testified Tuesday as the murder trial of Shaquan Lee-Seales began in New London Superior Court.

Regulators reaffirm secrecy of Millstone data

Dominion Millstone Nuclear Power Station pictured from the air on May 11, 2005. (Sean D. Elliot/photo)

DEEP and PURA on Tuesday said they'd protect confidential financial data Dominion released on Millstone Power Station.

Montville considers allowing alcohol sales at summer carnival

Montville is considering waiving its prohibition of alcoholic beverages at town parks during the summer carnival. But public safety officials warn that the waiver must include controls to prevent overdrinking.

Whaler's Inn buys John's Cafe building, is exploring options for site

A crowd gathers at John's Mystic River Tavern on Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017.  After 50 years in business, the popular bar closed its doors for the final time. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

The Whaler's Inn has purchased the adjacent building at 9 Cottrell St., the former site of John's Mystic River Tavern.

Developers' bid to recoup Foxwoods Casino Philadelphia fee still alive

A federal appeals court has revived a bankrupt development group’s bid to recoup the $50 million licensing fee it paid for the Foxwoods Casino Philadelphia project that never materialized



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