Norwich mayor: Marina owner is in default of lease

Boat slips sit empty Friday, June 14, 2019, at Marina at American Wharf in Norwich.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Norwich officials say the marina owner has failed to pay rent, make repairs and maintain the marina property, which sits on city-owned land.

Seaport's Latitude 41 restaurant to operate until end of 2020

The Latitude 41 restaurant, 101 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic. Mystic Seaport Museum announced Thursday that it has plans to demolish the restaurant and construct a 27-room boutique hotel and restaurant in its place. (Google Street View

The president and owner of the local firm that operates Latitude 41 at Mystic Seaport Museum assured patrons and those who have scheduled weddings and other events at the restaurant that they will take place as its contract does not expire until Dec. 31, 2020.

Injured EB worker, recovering at home, hopes to return to work one day

Tanessa Pabon sits in her Waterford home Friday, June 14, 2019. Pabon was critically injured on the job at Electric Boat in May and is recovering at home after several weeks in the hospital.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

"I just remember washing and then I woke up at the hospital," Tanessa Pabon said during an interview at her home, where she's recovering after spending 18 days in the hospital and a long-term rehabilitation facility.


Child advocate's office to take closer look at New London schools

The state Office of the Child Advocate has begun a review of “child welfare concerns,” in the New London school district, a likely precursor to a full independent review of what is considered by many to be a full-blown scandal.


NFA campus safety director applies for accelerated rehabilitation

NFA Campus Safety Director Kevin Rodino applied Friday for accelerated rehabilitation, which, if granted, would lead to dismissal of criminal charges against him.


Two years after incidents, East Lyme dog receives less controversial muzzle order

Two years, four attorneys and one state agency later, a bulldog accused of an April 2017 attack has landed a less controversial muzzle order.


Courtney at business breakfast: Yes, Congress is passing bills

He spoke at the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut event a day after a marathon 21-hour committee session.


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