Photography exhibit at Mystic & Noank Library shows region in the 1800s

The exhibit, called “Commonalities,” will be on display in the Ames Room through the end of the month.

New London poised to settle another suit against police

The city is poised to settle a federal lawsuit filed by a man who alleges his civil and constitutional rights were violated and police used excessive force during his arrest in 2011.

NECR track at State Pier to be upgraded with state bond funds

The state Bond Commission recently approved $444,006 for upgrades to a section of the New England Central Railroad line that runs through the State Pier facility, which will enable that section of track to handle what is often referred to as a...

Last chance beach day in New London

Nathan Coulter and Lucy Rondon lifted their son Jeilan, 2, out of the surf as they walk along the Pequot Ave. beaches in New London Tuesday.

Fishers Island Oyster Farm raises oysters without impacting the environment

As one of the largest oyster farms on the East Coast, the 35-year-old Fishers Island Oyster Farm raises and sells millions of oysters a year while striving to not impact the ocean.

Old Lyme selectmen approve new benefits policy for first responders

The Board of Selectmen on Monday approved a change in benefits for the town's first responders, part of an ongoing initiative to find ways to “recruit and retain” volunteers.



Bank of America directs fraud complaints to a sales pitch for cruises

Bank of America Waterford branch was giving out business cards directing customers to a sales phone...


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Smartphone apps link Greater New Haven college students to safety

Several universities in the area offer such apps, with names such as LiveSafe at Yale University, Rave Guardian at Quinnipiac University and at the University of New Haven.

Connecticut agency to play key role in Anthem, Cigna merger

Connecticut insurance department to play key role in proposed Anthem/Cigna merger