Owner of abutting shopping plaza concerned about casino traffic's impact on business, lawyer says.
It would be dramatically cheaper for the city to relocate its offices to a Howard Street office complex than moving them to Eugene O’Neill Drive, according to competing bids presented to the city
The budget calls for a 3.64 percent spending increase, including a new part-time school social worker and 2.5 new para-educator positions to assist with special education students.
The Gardner Lake Volunteer Fire Co. chief, accused of creating a public disturbance during a scuffle at the firehouse last year, is due in court Tuesday for a hearing in the case.
Bennie Gray Jr., who is back in prison on drug charges, has decided to represent himself at his upcoming trial in New London Superior Court.
The former Rosalini’s nightclub will reopen April 3 as Phoenix Dining and Entertainment, which will offer dining, music, comedy and a host of other entertainment offerings.
A group of Stonington farmers and residents is requesting the town adopt an ordinance that would exempt farm equipment and non-residential farm buildings of up to $100,000 in property taxes.