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Published March 06. 2014 6:00AM | Updated March 06. 2014 7:01AM
Full GameDay broadcast of NFA's ECC boys basketball semifinal win.
GameDay basketball behind the scenes
ECC Boys Basketball Final (highlights)
Wildcats shock the Colonels
Woodstock 62, New London 55 (full game)
Whalers and Colonels done in by party crashers
NFA's Ibo Rivera
Ledyard coach Troy McKelvin
ECC Boys Semifinal Video Open
Woodstock 62, New London 55 (highlights)
NFA 63, Ledyard 57 (highlights)
Task force seizes fentanyl-laced heroin from Groton property
Moment of silence Monday to remember baseball coach
Police: Driver charged in high-speed chase was off-duty cop
Police arrest Grasso Tech student following threatening comment on Facebook
Connecticut U.S. Attorney: Local men staged 50 accidents to defraud insurance companies
Police logs - May 24
Will Dittman is a leader with a passion for art, the environment
Waterford police to conduct sobriety checkpoints through Memorial Day weekend
'The Voice' finalist Braiden Sunshine performs at Groton middle school
Alleged drunken driver arrested for comment about setting fire to Stonington police station
Mohegan chairman on Norwich State Hospital development
Fentanyl-related overdose deaths projected to increase significantly
Scenes from Coast Guard Academy commencement 2016
Montville artisit builds dinosaurs in his backyard
Joseph LaDuke reflects on his recovery from heroin addiction
At NRA, Trump slams Clinton for 'heartless' gun restrictions
Hillary Clinton: Trump is 'not qualified' to be president
New London councilors remove obstacle for Edgerton School developers
Woman known for conspiracy posts loses Texas education race
Former 'menace to community' hopes concert will show others that sobriety is possible