Southeastern Connecticut casinos are statewide players, tribes tell Hartford audience

State residents affected by the casinos’ business — employees of the casinos and of the vendors that service them — come from all of Connecticut’s 169 cities and towns, Kevin Brown, the Mohegan chairman, said.

Mayflower II prepped for return to Plymouth

Workers with the Mystic Seaport's Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard along with crew of the Mayflower II load bars of lead ballast into the ship, a 1957 replica of the ship that carried the Pilgrims to Massachusetts in 1620, Monday.

Search for missing kayaker in Norwich suspended at dusk Monday

A search for a missing Kayaker in Norwich was suspended at dusk on Monday and is expected to continue today.

Tiny turnout in uncontested Groton City municipal election

Just 177 of 4,472 registered voters cast ballots in Monday's Groton City election which did not have any contested races.

Coast Guard Museum Association gets CEO, president

The National Coast Guard Museum Association has selected attorney Richard Grahn, who formerly served as secretary of its board, as president and CEO of its board. Grahn officially started in his new post on May 1.

USS Hartford returns home to Groton

The U.S. Navy Los Angeles Class attack submarine USS Hartford (SSN 768) passes the New London skyline Monday. The Hartford was returning from what the Navy calls "regularly scheduled operations."

New London mayor counters with an alternative city budget of his own

Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio has sent to the City Council an alternative budget proposal that he says accurately funds all mandated costs, assures the city would not have to lay off workers and would not necessitate as high a tax rate as his original proposal.

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Slamming a door in the face of open government

The governor must live up to his pledge to support freedom of information, and must preserve the independence of watchdog agencies.

Lifetimes of generosity

Laurence P. “Jim” and Marjory Smith of Waterford spent lifetimes quietly supporting a number of charities throughout the region, but the full extent of their extraordinary generosity is...

Lifetimes of generosity

Laurence P. “Jim” and Marjory Smith of Waterford spent lifetimes quietly supporting a number of charities throughout the region, but the full extent of their extraordinary generosity is...

Free speech vs. hate in Texas

Sunday’s shooting deaths in Garland, Tex. of two gunmen with suspected Islamic extremist ties who reportedly attacked an exhibit of cartoons depicting the Muslim prophet Muhammad, is...

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Finizio-Passero contest could go the distance

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Do you think the U.S. Coast Guard Museum fundraising goal of $100 million will be reached?

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