Carving their love

Jessica Michaud of Ledyard looks on as her boyfriend, Francisco Martinez of Rhode Island, carves their names into a tree on Monday, April 22, 2019 at Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford. The couple were taking advantage of the weather and both of them having the day off with a walk around the park. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Jessica Michaud of Ledyard looks on as her boyfriend, Francisco Martinez of Rhode Island, carves their names into a tree on Monday at Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford.

Stop & Shop employees return to work after 11-day strike

Shoppers exit the Waterford Stop and Shop on Monday, April 22, 2019 after a tentative agreement ended an 11 day strike from the United Food & Commercial Workers union.  (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

The company and the United Food & Commercial Workers union reached a tentative agreement Sunday night.

Federal authorities investigating if NFA violated rights of alleged sexual assault victim

A federal civil rights agency is investigating whether Norwich Free Academy violated the civil rights of a female student who was allegedly involved in a sexual relationship with an athletic coach now facing criminal charges.


Stonington plastics ban will not have referendum challenge

A petition containing the 200 signatures needed to force a referendum had not been filed by the 4 p.m. Monday deadline.


Courtney, Montville dispensary push for changes to federal laws on marijuana

Dispensary manager laments obstacles to banking and lack of tax deductions.


Norwich wants to ensure complete count in 2020 Census

Norwich will create a local Complete Count Committee representing numerous organizations in the effort to ensure all Norwich residents are counted.


New London Ethics Board sidelined by lack of members

Powerless to vote on matters of any significance for the past two years because of a dearth of active members, the city’s Ethics Board has again called on the City Council to appoint more members.


Chelsea Groton reports strong year

Chelsea Groton Bank reported Monday a 30 percent before-taxes profit increase in 2018 compared with the previous year.


Bodenwein Foundation awards $25,000 in grants

Nineteen nonprofit organizations benefit from charitable fund founded in 1938.


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