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Working in the garden

Junior staff members Renasha Brown, left, and Makeeda Bandele, work on tying up green beans at a community garden in New London on Tuesday, July 7, 2020.  The nine beds, located on Broad Street in front of the Ledge Light Health District office, are part of the Snack Bed Working Group of FRESH New London´s five-year Urban Agriculture Plan. Home to tomatoes, beans, collard greens and other vegetables, the garden is maintained by FRESH and community members are invited to pick produce. (Sarah Gordon / The Day)

FRESH Junior staff members Fatima Robinson, Makeeda Bandele, Renasha Brown and Chloe Murphy, food justice educator, work on tying up green beans at a community garden in New London on Tuesday.

Area nursing homes COVID-free as staff testing continues

In southeastern Connecticut, nursing homes in East Lyme, Groton, New London, Stonington and Waterford reported no new cases of COVID-19 among residents for the week ending June 30.

PPP loans a boon to region's small businesses, nonprofits

Recipients ran the gamut from car dealerships, law firms, contractors and publishers to medical providers, restaurants, hotels, private schools and churches.


UPDATED: Groton Town police charge man with 24 offenses after he flees traffic stop

A local man was charged with 24 criminal and motor vehicle offenses Tuesday after Town Police say he fled from a traffic stop and later rammed a police cruiser.


Who will hold Stonington police accountable?

Police leadership has misled the public about whether hospital policy kept them from apprehending suspects in an assault on a Black employee of a Mystic hotel.


Democrats endorse Leamon to run for regional probate judge

Democrats have endorsed attorney Elizabeth Ladwig Leamon of Stonington as their candidate for Probate Judge for the Southeastern Connecticut Regional Probate District.


Norwich considers spending $410,000 for golf course equipment

Norwich Golf Course Authority would reimburse the city for bonding the money to replace aging equipment at the Norwich Golf Course.


Waterford, East Lyme officials discuss COVID-19 impact on business

Elected officials are wary, but optimistic about businesses in East Lyme and Waterford as they deal with the difficulties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.


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