Hull-aballoo: New Navy destroyer's seaworthiness questioned

Seaworthy? We'll see. Navy stealth destroyer's stability questioned as 1st test nears

New London veterans' clinic, the state's busiest, needs more room when its lease is up in 2016

The lease for the New London Clinic, one of six Department of Veterans Affairs outpatient clinics in the state, is up for renewal in the next year and VA officials have begun to reimagine what the clinic would need and could look like in the future.

Mystic VFW to host Pearl Harbor remembrance service

The Hugo A. Simonelli Post 3263 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will conduct its Pearl Harbor remembrance service at 11 a.m. on Dec. 7. The public is invited to attend.

Sailors graduate from Submarine Electronics Computer Field course

Forty-one Sailors of Class 15140 graduated from the Submarine Electronics Computer Field (SECF) Apprentice course on Nov. 19.


Stonington about to fill director of planning position after 3 1/2-year vacancy

More than three and half years after the death of Director of Planning Bill Haase, it appears the town finally will hire a replacement.

Human remains discovered in Colchester

State police are investigating the discovery of a body in the Salmon River State Forest, according to a news release issued late Saturday.

Some stores decided to sit out the Thanksgiving rush

As Black Friday advances on Thanksgiving, customers choose between deals and support for family traditions

Norwich looks like Christmas, even if weather doesn't

The temperature held at 60 degrees with a slight warm breeze Friday evening for the 24th annual Light Up City Hall event that ushers in the Norwich Winter Festival.



Not just building ships at Mystic Seaport

The seaport will have one of the largest museum exhibit halls in New England.


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Former Wesleyan student pleads guilty in 'Molly' overdose case

A second former Wesleyan University student accused of supplying drugs that hospitalized 11 people in February has pleaded guilty in federal court.