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Fifty-two year old Frank Novajovsky heads up the local chapter of Reformers Unanimous, a faith-based recovery program at the Stedfast Baptist Church in Groton. This year, he also has been involved in a community effort to help those addicted to opioids, attending vigils and offering help and prayer.
In an opening salvo against "Obamacare," President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday night that appears aimed squarely at undoing the health care law's unpopular requirement that individuals carry insurance or face fines.
A bill introduced in the Rhode Island General Assembly could thwart Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza's pledge to protect city residents who are in the country illegally from being turned over to federal immigration agents for minor violations.
A look into the Department of Children and Families seeking to terminate the parental rights of a New London couple whose son nearly died in a foster home, an upcoming local film series, the renovation of an 18th century home that bore witness to several prominent historical figures, and a defense of the National Coast Guard Museum design.
After leading by a set and two breaks, Ekaterina Makarova needed three sets and almost three hours to finally beat WTA Finals champion Dominika Cibulkova 6-2, 6-7 (3), 6-3 in the third round at the Australian Open.
Aaron Sanchez, the rising young pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays, is in town for the World Baseball Coaches' Convention at Mohegan Sun and Pete Walker, the Jays pitching coach and one of the organizers of the event, greets him with a hug.
Betty Musick of Gales Ferry and fellow classmates in the oil painting class at the Groton Senior Center work on charcoal sketches while learning about perspective from their instructor Michael Sullo, Friday.
Bikers for Trump roared into town. Self-described “deplorables” hosted a ball. And thousands of Americans, many with red “Make America Great Again” caps, poured onto the grassy expanse of the National Mall.
Now that the public hearing is closed on ethics complaints against Mayor Deberey Hinchey, two Norwich Public Utilities staff members and two utilities commission members, the city Ethics Commission has authority to decide whether there is "convincing evidence” that one or more violations occurred.
Police Chief Patrick Daley announced Friday that the Norwich Police Color Guard will participate in a combined New England states honor guard to present the colors for the game at Gillette Stadium on Sunday.
If the credo of the new U.S. president is "America First," as Donald Trump emphatically declared Friday in his strikingly nationalistic inaugural address, then where does that leave the rest of the world?
|2016 in Review|
|Living Their Faith|
|Make A Difference 2016|
|Senior Profiles 2016|
|Declining School Enrollment|
|Casino Bus Safety|
|UConn Women's Basketball 2016|
|Deadly Addiction: Heroin|
|Interstate 95: Its problems and challenges|
|High School Thanksgiving Football 2015|
|Make A Difference 2015|
|Women on The Job|
|Pawcatuck River: From the source to the sea|
|Kelo v. New London: 10 Years Later|
|Top Stories of 2014|
|World War I: The Cost of Freedom|
|The Charles W. Morgan: The 38th Voyage|
|Special Report: Connecticut Pensions|
|The Day's Hiking Guide|