Region recognized for "unwavering support" of military community

The Southeastern Council of Governments received the designation of a "Great American Defense Community" for its "unwavering support to service members and military families."

2017 is crucial year for Coast Guard Museum fundraising

The National Coast Guard Museum Association is hoping to raise at least $13 million in private donations in 2017, CEO Dick Grahn said Tuesday at a meeting with The Day's Editorial Board.

Bill would expand benefits for veterans suffering from PTSD, brain injuries

Legislation would make veterans, who received a discharge other than dishonorable as a result of being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder or a traumatic brain injury, eligible for certain state veterans' benefits.

Machinist Mate (Weapons) 'A' School graduation

Nine sailors of Class 17010 graduated from Machinist Mate "A" School on Friday.

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Bring on the downtown National Coast Guard Museum

Museum officials spent much of the last year changing the design of the proposed museum building...

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Police: Norwich man arrested after stealing, crashing box truck

A city man is in custody after he allegedly stole a box truck, led police on a chase and intentionally struck a state police cruiser Friday morning, according to city police.

Clerks at 2 New London stores charged with selling alcohol to minors

Of the 11 stores police and the New London Community and Campus Coalition checked for alcohol sales compliance Thursday evening, two were cited for sale of alcohol to a minor.

Police: Death near Crystal Mall likely result of hit-and-run

Police are considering a death that occurred near a Crystal Mall parking lot overnight or early Thursday morning the result of a hit-and-run crash.

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Thousands gather at anti-Trump march on Boston Common

Thousands of people have converged on Boston Common to march in protest of Republican President Donald Trump and in solidarity with society's most vulnerable people

Massachusetts officials predict another year of gypsy moth defoliation

After widespread gypsy moth defoliation last year, Massachusetts environmental officials are predicting another season of higher-than-usual caterpillar feeding this year