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AAA projects most Thanksgiving travel since 2005

Passengers wait in line at a security checkpoint at Logan International Airport in Boston, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (Michael Dwyer/AP Photo)

AAA projects the 2017 Thanksgiving weekend to see the largest volume of Thanksgiving travel since 2005, with an estimated 2.25 million New Englanders going away.

Waterford man arrested for touching himself inappropriately in public

A Waterford man was charged with breach of peace after he was observed touching himself inappropriately in his vehicle in the Village Market parking lot, police said.

Education Department considers narrowing civil rights work

The Education Department is considering narrowing the scope of its civil rights work by no longer looking for systematic discrimination problems in schools across the country when it examines individual complaints

Groton police issue Silver Alert for 'endangered runaway'

Police issued late Tuesday night a Silver Alert for a 15-year-old boy who they said is an endangered runaway.

South Carolina county votes to sue utility over reactors

A South Carolina county has voted to sue one of the utilities that abandoned construction of two nuclear reactors, calling the move a breach of contract

Trump: Prayers in order for 'all involved' in Navy crash

The White House says President Donald Trump has been briefed on the Navy aircraft mishap in the Pacific Ocean



Fireman Passero, New London's cat-rescue mayor

After some intervention, the city rescues a cat from a tree, despite a policy against it.


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NRC investigation finds security violations at Millstone

Dominion Millstone Nuclear Power Station in Waterford is seen from the air July 9, 2011.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Dominion Energy Inc., Millstone Power Station's parent company, has recently agreed to undertake a host of oversight and safety evaluations after a Nuclear Regulatory Commission investigation revealed a former contracted security armorer at...

Choosing joy over suffering

Local author Alexandra Stoddard goes over some of her handwritten manuscripts at her Stonington Borough home on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. She writes in her upstairs office and at local restaurants and coffee shops. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Author Alexandra Stoddard talks about life, and writing, after the death of her husband.