Fort Trumbull neighborhood remains vacant a decade after city took land

Fort Trumbull neighborhood remains vacant a decade after city took land

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.

Commenting on not functioning properly

Due to a web server changeover, some comments posted to stories on website between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. and again in the evening hours starting around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7, may not have appeared on the site.

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.

Work on Masonicare project restarts

Work on the stalled Masonicare project has restarted and the company estimates the 179 independent and assisted living rental units will be completed in late 2016.

More than 100 discuss race, policing in southeastern Connecticut

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.

Mayor Finizio joins in New London's Water Wars

A new entrant in the battle is Mayor Daryl Finizio, who signed up over the weekend on the wars' Facebook page, and participated in the water skirmish on Third Avenue.


Trump: Activate brain before opening mouth

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.

Budget continues support for charter schools

Budget continues support for charter schools

Getting a kick out of soccer

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.

The dark cloud of beach traffic

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.


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