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Dining al fresco in Old Lyme

Premium Content Picnickers set up a table along the Lieutenant River behind the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme Friday prior to a concert by The Mighty Soul Drivers, one of several events scheduled on the...

Agency proposes cheaper water plan for Montville school

Premium Content As the town pushes forward a proposal from the Water Pollution Control Authority to install a pipeline to bring water to Montville High School and other locations, the Southeastern Connecticut Water...

HOPE, in 25th year, keeps building, renovating

Premium Content Housing Opportunities for People, the city-based nonprofit developer, has been mainly responsible for transforming the Belden Street neighborhood over the past decade or so, turning vacant, sometimes...

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EAST LYME VOTERS TO CONSIDER FUNDS FOR EQUIPMENT, LAND

East Lyme - The town will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 6 at Town Hall for residents to vote on two appropriations.

Residents will vote first on appropriating...

NEW HEALTH CENTER TO OPEN IN NORWICH

Norwich - United Community & Family Services will celebrate National Health Center Week and the completion of a project at The Edward & Mary Lord Family Health Center from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m.

Tentative settlement reached in dispute over Stonington property

Premium Content The town has reached a tentative settlement with a part-time Lords Point couple who sued the town after former Zoning Enforcement Officer Joe Larkin told them they could build a house on a lot they...

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New London's Board of Education Meets With Terrence P. Carter

New London's Board of Education meets with Terrence P. Carter on Thursday July 24, 2014 at The Science & Technology Magnet High School of New London.


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State bonds will benefit Norwich schools, other regional projects

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Hartford - The State Bond Commission Friday approved a handful of allocations that will affect southeastern Connecticut's towns and cities. In total, the commission approved $725 million in...

Lieutenant governor GOP race gets testy

Hartford (AP) - In Connecticut's statewide elections, the races for governor or U.S. Senate are typically where the most political punches are thrown.

But in this year's...

Bond Commission funds will boost several local projects

Premium Content The State Bond Commission approved Friday at least seven bond allocations that will directly affect southeastern Connecticut’s towns and cities.

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Riding the Westerly rabbit

Kristen Maciorski, right, snaps a photo of her daughters, Kali, 6, and Kyla, 2, on the Runaway Bunny sculpture in Westerly's Wilcox Park on Friday while Amy Sherman, left, steadies her daughter,...

Outcry, action against harassment grows at Comic-Con

Mariah Huehner attended her first Comic-Con as a newly minted comic book editor a few years ago, looking to network with artists. But at a nighttime party in a hotel by the bay, she realized that...

Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ will stay in New York City

It's not really a surprise, but it's official anyway: "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" is staying in the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City.

When Colbert takes over from David Letterman...

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Joseph G. Roy, 88, of 133 South Broad St., Apt. 3C, Pawcatuck, was charged Wednesday with breach of...

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Anthony D. Prescott, 21, of 139 Shewville Road, Ledyard, was charged Tuesday with second-degree...

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Premium Content Police seize heroin, other drugs and charge two in Norwich

Norwich – Police arrested two city residents and seized heroin...

Premium Content State police search for missing Griswold teen

State police issued a Silver Alert for a 14-year-old Griswold teen who was last seen Thursday.

Premium Content Poquonnock Bridge firefighters quickly extinguish apartment fire

Firefighters from Poquonnock Bridge Thursday night were able to quickly extinguish a mattress fire...

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Premium Content DEFENDANT PLEADS GUILTY BEFORE TRIAL IN BANK ROBBERY CASE

Jerry David Thompson pleaded guilty this morning to robbing the Citizens Bank in downtown New...

Premium Content Pre-trial guilty plea entered in New London bank robbery case

Jerry David Thompson pleaded guilty Thursday morning to robbing the Citizens Bank in downtown New...

Premium Content Mellon settles backhoe vs. motorcycle lawsuit

A Plainfield motorcyclist who suffered serious injuries after his motorcycle collided with a...

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