New London residents call on city to get rid of brazen coyote

New London Police Chief Peter Reichard holds a sign that will be available about what can be done for coyote safety during the during a community meeting at Nathan Hale Arts Magnet School in New London regarding the coyote population in the area, Monday, April 24, 2017.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Residents alarmed by the brazen behavior of at least one large coyote this winter and spring packed a meeting on Monday and called on city police and Mayor Michael Passero Monday to take action to get rid of the animal.

Conn College panel encourages local activism, continuing the 'resistance'

Yusef Salaam, left, a motivational speaker and one of the

At Connecticut College Monday night, four people who have stood personally and symbolically against the forces that helped Donald Trump get elected sat together and offered some advice.

Tourism advocates plead for dedicated source of annual funding

The coalition, an alliance of more than 100 representatives of the tourism industry, rallied Monday in a meeting room at the Legislative Office Building, calling once again, on "Tourism Advocacy Day," for legislators to dedicate a portion of the state’s hotel occupancy tax revenues to...

Man's best friend

Edwin Corado and his dogs Goldie, left, and Mr. Pepper, not pictured, take-in the view of New London Harbor and Ledge Light from a rocky perch at the UConn Avery Point Campus in Groton, Monday, April 24, 2017. Corado lives nearby and frequently walks his dogs at Avery Point.

Edwin Corado and his dogs Goldie, left, and Mr. Pepper, not pictured, take-in the view of New London Harbor and Ledge Light from a rocky perch at the UConn Avery Point Campus in Groton, Monday.

Job fair in Groton boasts record attendance

Job seekers line-up to meet potential employers at a job fair Monday, April 24, 2017 at the Mystic Marriott in Groton.   (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

The annual Spring Job Fair sponsored by The Day at Mystic Marriott brought out more than 750 people Monday, a record for the event, organizers said.

Waterford man pleads guilty in Connecticut College hit-and-run death case

A 26-year-old Waterford man pleaded guilty to reduced charges Monday in New London Superior Court in connection with the Dec. 15, 2015, hit-and-run death of Connecticut College student Ahmad Anique Ashraf.

Federal judge attaches Bruno property in pornography case

A federal judge has granted a New London teen's motion to attach $250,000 worth of assets from jailed landlord Richard M. Bruno, who she claims repeatedly raped her on camera in a secret room at one of his properties.

East Lyme board sends $70.8 million budget to town meeting

Several speakers at a public hearing Monday asked the Board of Finance to restore funding to the proposed library budget, while others wanted the board to cut the overall budget more, given tough financial times.

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