Stone honoring New London girl killed in 9-11 attacks rededicated

New London Police Lieutenant Robert Pickett, from left, and Officer Richard Cable place a memorial stone honoring Juliana McCourt during a re-dedication ceremony at Lyman Allyn's McCourt 9/11 Memorial Garden on Sunday, October 14, 2018. New London resident Juliana, four years old, and her mother Ruth were on Flight 175 and victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.  The memorial stone was previously installed on the campus of Mitchell College where Juliana was a student at the Children's Learning Center. (Sarah Gordon / The Day)

Preschooler Juliana McCourt and her mother, Ruth, were killed when their plane was flown into the World Trade Center.

Relatives of Wahoo skipper gather to remember anniversary of sinking

Command Master Chief Raj Sodhi, right, takes a photo with Edwina Morton Thirsher, daughter of Commander Dudley Morton, at the start of a commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the sinking of Morton's submarine, the USS Wahoo (SS-238) Thursday, October 11, 2018 in Morton Hall on the submarine base in Groton. Thirsher, eulogized her father during the ceremony.  The Wahoo was sunk by Japanese forces in the Sea of Japan on October 11, 1943 while on Morton's seventh war patrol.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Mush Morton and the Wahoo were responsible for sinking 19 cargo and transport ships for a combined total of 55,000 tons, making it the “highest scoring" sub in World War II.

Bunnell retires after 42 years with Montville police

In this April 2012 file photo, Montville Police Lt. Leonard Bunnell poses near the town's Public Safety building. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

After 42 years of police service, he's now taken a job as an account manager for Securitas, a security firm that contracts with Pfizer.


New London firefighters battle Sunday night house fire

New London firefighters battle the blaze at 91 Squire St. on Sunday night. (Mary Biekert/The Day)

City firefighters extinguished a fire in a two-family home at 91 Squire St. that broke out just before 7:30 p.m. Sunday and caused extensive damage to the upper two floors.

Former federal prosecutors to discuss Russian probe Monday night

Two of Connecticut's former U.S. attorneys, Deirdre Daly and Kevin O'Connor, will discuss the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller at a forum at 6:30 Monday in West Hartford.

Stonington woman charged with having sex with 15-year-old student

State police have charged a veteran supervisor at the Waterford Country School with providing alcohol to a 15-year-old boy who was in a program at the school and sexually assaulting him at her Elm Street home.







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