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Sp Other Local

Published: 03/30/17

Baseball 1 p.m., MLB Network — Exhibition: Detroit Tigers at Baltimore Orioles from Sarasota, Fla. 8 p.m., MLB Network — Exhibition: Chicago Cubs at Houston...

Police: Bridgeport officer shot, injured attempted robbery suspect

State

Published: 03/30/17

Connecticut State Police say a Bridgeport police officer shot a suspect after an attempted robbery in the city.

Police: Missing Plainville hiker found dead in woods

State

Published: 03/30/17

Police in Connecticut say an experienced hiker who had been missing for several days has been found dead.

Graciousness is key to the art of accepting a compliment

Advice Columns

Published: 03/30/17

DEAR ABBY: I'm a young man in my mid-20s, and I have a deeper voice than my stature would typically suggest. Close friends even get thrown off when I talk to them if they haven't seen me in a while. I'm fairly happy with it, and...

Your stars March 30

Horoscopes

Published: 03/30/17

Happy Birthday: Give others free rein to operate and observe what happens. Make decisions based on what you see, not what you hear. Stubbornness will not do anyone any good. Channel your energy into making progress and following...

‘Rebel’ is the first TV series from John Singleton

Movies

Published: 03/30/17

THE SERIES: “Rebel” WHEN, WHERE: Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on BET WHAT IT’S ABOUT: Rebecca “Rebel” Cole (Danielle Moné Truitt) is a detective with the Oakland police department who lives with her...

A fresh view on oldest profession with ‘Harlots,’ new on Hulu

Movies

Published: 03/30/17

“It’s 1763. London is booming, and one in five women makes a living selling sex.” The opening words of Hulu’s new series, “Harlots,” are there to make it clear that this is one British television...

Putin ready to meet Trump in Finland if it hosts summit

Nation/World

Published: 03/30/17

President Vladimir Putin on Thursday voiced readiness to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump at an upcoming Arctic summit, while reiterating rejections of allegations that Russian meddled in the U.S. presidential election.

Mercado de Agricultores: Field Greens en New London y Groton City

Marketing

Published: 03/30/17

La misión del mercado de agricultores es asegurar a nuestros residentes que tengan opciones atractivas y saludables de alimentos y bebidas en escuelas, lugares de trabajo y vecindarios. Esto es un paso importante para prevenir...

Trump administration drops human rights in Bahrain F-16 deal

Nation/World

Published: 03/30/17

The Trump administration has told Congress it plans to approve a multibillion-dollar sale of F-16 fighter jets to Bahrain without the human rights conditions imposed by the State Department under President Barack Obama.

Dime Bank elects six new corporators

Local News

Published: 03/30/17

Six new corporators were elected last week during Dime's 148th annual meeting at Lake of Isles in North Stonington.

Lyme-Old Lyme schools budget hearing scheduled for Monday

Local News

Published: 03/30/17

A hearing on the proposed Lyme-Old Lyme Schools fiscal year 2018 budget will be held Monday.

Approve Gorsuch but make a deal

Letters

Published: 03/30/17

Senate Democrats should publicly state that they will vote to approve Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. They must accept that Judge Gorsuch will likely be approved even if most Democrats oppose him.  In exchange for their votes for...

Don't rush Gorsuch confirmation

Letters

Published: 03/30/17

As I write, confirmation hearings have just ended on Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell is in a rush to win approval when we are only eight weeks into an administration led by a man who apparently routinely...

Woman rescued after falling through floor at New London construction site

Police/Fire Reports

Published: 03/30/17

Emergency crews pulled one woman from the basement of an under-construction multi-unit apartment building after she fell from the first floor Wednesday night, according to fire officials.

Colchester firm that has made nets for Mystic Aquarium, Minnesota Vikings comes to Montville

Local News

Published: 03/30/17

InCord, a Colchester-based manufacturer that makes nets for uses as wide-ranging as sports stadiums and seal enclosures is expanding into a new facility in the Oakdale part of Montville.

Body found in Quinebaug River in Preston

Police/Fire Reports

Published: 03/30/17

A body was found near the Quinebaug River Thursday morning, police said.

Role of a president

Letters

Published: 03/30/17

The Affordable Care Act remains the law. As such it is the president's responsibility to enforce it and make sure that the needs of the people of the United States are served as effectively as possible. It is not the job of the president to...

President Trump’s war on the planet

Letters

Published: 03/30/17

The article “Blaming conservatives, Trump signals new openness to Dems” (March 27), is taken from the...

Bumblebee needs protection for humans’ sake

Editorials

Published: 03/30/17

There’s no underestimating the importance of bumblebees to the natural order. While their busyness doesn’t yield honey, the nest-dwelling fuzzy pollinators are vital to the process that produces fruit, seeds and nuts.

Miss your exit?

Editorials

Published: 03/30/17

The lack of bright, crisp, readable signs seems to urge visitors to keep moving along, instead of inviting them to exit and stay awhile.

Foxwoods Casino Philadelphia partners lose appeal in bid to recoup $50M fee

Local News

Published: 03/30/17

A federal judge has upheld a bankruptcy court’s rejection of a development group’s bid to recoup the $50 million licensing fee it paid for the ill-fated Foxwoods Casino Philadelphia project

Signs of spring

Local News

Published: 03/30/17

After the March 14 snowstorm, members of the Montville High School lacrosse teams spent six and a half hours clearing the snow off their turf field to prepare for the season.

Lyme man killed in single-car crash Wednesday

Police/Fire Reports

Published: 03/30/17

A Lyme man has been identified as the driver killed in a single-car crash on Route 156 Wednesday afternoon.

Federal agency refuses to ban pesticide used on crops

Nation/World

Published: 03/30/17

President Donald Trump's administration denied a petition by environmental groups that sought to ban a common pesticide used on citrus fruits, apples, cherries and other crops.