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The dispute resolved by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2005 pitted the city and the New London Development Corporation against seven property owners who did not want to sell their 15 combined properties on the Thames River peninsula.
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Old Lyme's Sydney Cowell, a Class S all-state selection at attack after finishing with 106 goals and 25 assists, has always had an eagerness to learn. After picking up organized lacrosse in second grade, Cowell has continued to display an admirable curiosity and exuberance for the sport, carrying her scholarly attitude with her from coach to coach.
Clergy members, federal, state and local law enforcement officers, federal and state prosecutors, and more than 100 community members gathered Tuesday evening for a wide-ranging discussion on race relations and policing in southeastern Connecticut.
Pope Francis urged a crowd of more than 1 million people Tuesday to channel the same urgency that brought Latin America its independence from Spain into spreading the faith on a continent where Catholicism is losing souls to evangelical movements.
The lead opponent of the proposed botanical garden project in Mohegan Park has filed suit in New London Superior Court seeking to stop the project and order Chelsea Gardens Foundation to restore an area of woodland cut for the first phase of the project.
Safe Futures is using “a patchwork” of grant money to reopen its Norwich office closed in 2009 because of funding cuts, but the good news has been offset by the loss of a full-time counselor at Norwich Police Department.
The owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox are kicking off a summer tour of Rhode Island's 39 cities and towns Tuesday to tout their proposal for a new ballpark in the state's capital city, and team officials say the ownership group wants to hear from the community.
Newly released records have drawn back the curtain on the state's largest regional law enforcement association, which provides specialized police operations like SWAT teams and K-9 units to communities outside Boston.
Canadian soldiers were arriving Tuesday to battle raging wildfires on the country's west coast, where about 13,000 people have been evacuated in recent days. The smoke has triggered air quality warnings across the U.S. West and Midwest.
Nearly 300,000 visitors are expected for this weekend's Sailfest. The message from New London fire and police officials and festival organizers is have fun, be diligent but, most important, be patient.
Bill Cosby's admission that he obtained quaaludes to give young women before sex could bolster criminal and civil claims being pursued by his accusers, their lawyers said after The Associated Press reported on newly released court documents.
FBI agents and Indiana State Police raided the home of Subway restaurant spokesman Jared Fogle on Tuesday, removing electronics from the property and searching the house with a police dog, two months after the then-executive director of Fogle’s foundation was arrested on child pornography charges.
The case of a convicted felon who had been deported from the United States to Mexico five times and now faces a murder charge in last week’s shooting of a woman in San Francisco has added fresh fuel to the already incendiary debate over this country’s immigration policies.
The U.S. women’s scintillating FIFA World Cup triumph over Japan Sunday was a feel-good moment in a summer afflicted by racial violence, terror attacks and international economic chaos, and based on record-shattering television ratings it should remove any doubt that Americans are ready to embrace soccer as a major sport.
Sunny skies and warm temperatures over the long Fourth of July weekend may have been welcomed by owners of hot dog stands, clam shacks and boogie board rental shops, but stalled bumper-to-bumper traffic on Interstate 95 and side roads near local beaches probably had many shoreline residents praying for rain.