Franchi memorial concerts end on high note

Eva Franchi briefly joins Corey Pesaturo, right, on stage while he performs the Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Brahms on Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019, during the final Sergio Franchi Memorial Concert at the Franchi estate in Stonington. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

It's always been an event that brings a little bit of Hollywood glamour to southeastern Connecticut.

Hearing involves claim against former Mohegan chairman

Mohegan Tribal Chairman Kevin Brown, right, speaks during a news conference Jan. 17, 2017, in the Mohegan Sun Hotel Presidential Suite.  Testimony provided during a July 2, 2019, Freedom of Information Commission hearing indicates Norwich police were prepared to arrest Brown on a misdemeanor criminal trespassing charge after investigating a claim by Amy Caron Perkins of Norwich that he broke into her home last year to retrieve his belongings. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

A Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer has recommended Norwich police release the report of their investigation of July 2018 incident involving Kevin Brown.

Tribes keep history alive at annual Schemitzun powwow

Josiah Hill of Glen Rock, Pa., a member of the Seneca and Ojibwe tribes particpates in the intertribal dance Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019, during Schemitzun Feast of Green Corn and Dance at the Mashantucket Pequot Cultural Grounds. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

With thousands of visitors and dozens of Native American tribes from across the country, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe commenced the first day of its Schemitzun Festival on Saturday.


Mystic residents with sump pumps connected to sewer line could face fines

The Stonington Water Pollution Control Authority has told home and business owners that they must disconnect their sump pumps from the Mystic sewer system by Sept. 30 or face fines of up to $100 a day.


Auditor urges greater oversight of Montville WPCA

An auditor recently recommended tougher oversight at the WPCA, including policies guarding against fraud and clearer expense reports.


Democratic candidate drops out of East Lyme first selectman race

The Democratic candidate endorsed to run against First Selectman Mark Nickerson in this year’s election announced she has dropped out of the race due to health reasons.


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