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May 13, 2013; Updated: 4:05 pm
Visitors flocked to Misquamicut this weekend to celebrate the beach's comeback from Superstorm Sandy.
May 13, 2013; Updated: 11:43 pm
More than 3,000 people are expected to hold hands along the Misquamicut shoreline Friday morning to show the community is united after months of work to restore the beach following Superstorm Sandy.\n
May 9, 2013; Updated: 11:59 pm
Hundreds of safety officials gathered Wednesday in Cromwell for the annual Connecticut Emergency Management Symposium.
May 5, 2013; Updated: 11:13 pm
At three local beaches, leftover holiday greenery has taken on new value and purpose as a kind of natural Band-Aid for battered dunes.
May 3, 2013; Updated: 3:07 pm
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says more than $367 million in federal assistance has been approved to help Connecticut with disaster expenses related to Superstorm Sandy.
May 3, 2013; Updated: 12:01 am
After the official warnings for Hurricane Sandy unfolded last fall, the staff at the oceanfront Paddy's Beach Club in Misquamicut did all the usual preparations, just like the year before, with warnings for Hurricane Irene.
May 1, 2013; Updated: 12:05 am
Since Superstorm Sandy last October, the waterfront of Camp Harkness has been closed for repairs. Work has begun to get the property back into shape for the coming summer.
April 24, 2013; Updated: 2:16 pm
The New London Garden Club hosted a program Tuesday with an agenda intended to promote a balanced approach to the tree-utility line conflicts that have plagued the state since Tropical Storm Irene in 2011.
April 13, 2013; Updated: 11:55 pm
Experts warn homeowners to take a close look at their trees this spring because damaged from recent storms may mean they have to be replaced.
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