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Published October 29. 2012 11:00AM | Updated October 29. 2012 11:45AM
New London felt the first effects of Hurricane Sandy with Monday morning's high tide.
New London residents call on city to get rid of brazen coyote
Waterford man pleads guilty in Connecticut College hit-and-run death case
Conn College panel encourages local activism, continuing the 'resistance'
Fitch outlasts Old Lyme 5-3 by scoring five runs in seventh
Man's best friend
Job fair in Groton boasts record attendance
Republicans want to muzzle database of consumer complaints
Md. authorities brace for more overdoses after deaths linked to elephant sedative
State residents urged to steer clear of bears
High school roundup: Waterford softball works overtime to win its eighth straight
Getting ready for the big night in New London
Kayaking over the falls on the Salmon River
Wrestler of the Year: Joel Morth
Groton mayoral candidate Keith Hedrick
Groton mayoral candidate Harry Watson
Hundreds walk in New London to end homelessness
Trump pushes wall funding in spending dispute with Democrats
Centrist Macron vs. far-right Le Pen in fight to lead France
When nation's oldest operating GM plant closes, families emerge from Great Recession into uncertain future