Wednesday: Sub base to conduct after-hours Naval Security Force Drill

Wednesday evening residents may hear broadcasts via the Naval Submarine Base's loud speakers. But it will just be a drill.

ECC shut out of Day state coaches' poll

It’s perhaps fitting in a week that the Eastern Connecticut Conference has interleague games that none of its teams received a vote in The Day of New London's Top 10 state coaches' poll.

Reflections of fall foliage in Sprague

A man found a quiet place to do some afternoon fishing on the Shetucket River as the trees overhead begin to show their fall colors at Sprague River Park in Baltic Tuesday.

Century-old monument returns to Hodges Square in New London

The ongoing efforts to revitalize the Hodges Square section of the city will get another boost this month with the unveiling of a 108-year-old monument that has not stood in the area since the early 1970s.

Debate Tuesday night for New London City Council candidates

A debate is scheduled for Tuesday night for City Council candidates.The debate will start at 7 p.m. at the New London Science & Technology Magnet High School at 490 Jefferson Ave. Beginning at 6 p.m., attendees can meet the candidates and submit...

Trump, Clinton lead GOP, Democratic fields in Connecticut

A Quinnipiac University poll of Connecticut voters brought unsettling news Tuesday to both parties: Their presidential frontrunners are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but both are viewed negatively by a majority of voters.

Ex-head of Chicago schools pleads guilty in kickbacks scheme

Former head of Chicago Public Schools pleads guilty in contracts-for-kickbacks scheme

Dutch Safety Board: Buk missile downed MH17 in Ukraine

Dutch Safety Board says Buk missile fired from surface to air system downed MH17

Portugal begins granting citizenship to Sephardic Jews

Portugal begins granting citizenship to Sephardic Jews, 5 centuries after persecution

Pentagon team scouts Colorado sites for Guantanamo prisoners

Pentagon starts scouting sites in Colorado to hold prisoners from base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Massachusetts nuclear power plant to close by 2019

Owners of only nuclear power plant in Massachusetts plan shutdown by 2019, citing costs

UConn student sorry for mac and cheese meltdown, says he's ashamed

Student charged over his mac and cheese meltdown in food court apologizes, says he's ashamed



Bravely going to sea has long been part of the region's culture

Coast Guard Academy cadets hear more about one of the more daring rescues ever at sea.


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NRC begins special inspection at Millstone Unit 2

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Tuesday began a Special Inspection at the Unit 2 of the Millstone Power Station to review issues associated with an “Unusual Event” declared at the facility on Oct. 4.

L+M opens new walk-in primary care practice in Waterford

Open since Thursday, the medical practice called L+M at Crossroads is the newest addition to the series of primary care practices that are part of the Lawrence + Memorial Hospital network along the coast from Old Lyme to Westerly.