Art by military members and their families is focus of upcoming Hygienic exhibition


More than 100 pieces of art, mostly by veterans and active service members, will be showcased as part of "Journeys Onward," a new exhibition opening Saturday at Hygienic Art.

Groton-Mystic lacrosse team to play in tournament to honor veterans

A group of kids from the Groton-Mystic Lacrosse Association will combine their love of the sport with an opportunity to support wounded veterans.

Thames River Detachment meeting

Norwich — The Thames River Detachment of the Marine Corps League will hold a planning meeting at 7 p.m. on April 25 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars post at ‪30 Connecticut Ave. ‪  Planning for...

Trump to speak at Coast Guard Academy graduation next month

President Donald Trump will visit New London next month to deliver the keynote address to graduating cadets at the Coast Guard Academy.

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Mock-up with a message

Old Lyme Resident State Trooper Kazimera Morse checks on the "victims" in the car as the Lymes' Youth Services Bureau holds a mock crash for students at Lyme/Old Lyme High School on Friday in Old Lyme.

India fashion on display in New London

An Indian fashion show held at St. James Episcopal Church in New London on Saturday.

Lessons in action at CGA

New London students attended the 7th annual Sports and Wellness Day at the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London on Friday.

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The story of Charlie Buck, accused of murdering his wife, is winding down with the settlement of...

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Former Connecticut Sen. Dodd to leave movie industry lobbying group

Christopher Dodd will step down as chairman of the Motion Picture Association of America after six years as the head of the lobbying arm of major Hollywood studios, according to two people familiar with the situation who were not authorized to...

Cable news channel sorry for racially insensitive graphic

New England Cable News has apologized for accompanying a story on police stops of minorities with a graphic that included the term "colored people."