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Gov. Malloy, who has been a good friend to the state's gambling tribes, will be in need of a new...

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W.B. Mason leases longtime Norwich company Consumer's Interstate

W.B. Mason, the office supply company founded in 1898, with its signature bright yellow and red logo and trucks, has partnered with Consumer’s Interstate, a 70-year-old family owned office and janitorial supply company.

For first time in four years, cruise ship docks in New London

The Noble Caledonia lines cruise ship MS Hebridean Sky arrives at City Pier in New London Monday, May 21, 2018 for a short stopover on a cruice from NYC to Nova Scotia. Passengers will disembark for a day-trip to Essex. . (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Carrying 109 tourists, mostly from the United Kingdom, the M/S Hebridean Sky docked at City Pier in New London on Monday.

Meeting to be held in Windham Tuesday to discuss state plan to revoke Path Academy's state charter

State Department of Education officials will hold a meeting Tuesday for the students, parents and guardians of Path Academy in Windham to discuss the potential revocation of the charter school’s operator’s license.

Catala withdraws challenge to Soto's New London 39th District seat

New London Board of Education member Jason Catala has withdrawn his name from consideration for the 39th District House seat.

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UConn president to step down in summer 2019

In this file photo from March, 2018, UConn President Susan Herbst, right, poses with UConn Athletic Director David Benedict, left, and new men's basketball head coach Dan Hurley after his introduction at the Werth Familiy UConn Basketball Champions Center in Storrs.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

UConn President Susan Herbst has announced she will step down after the 2018-19 academic year

Judge urged to protect witness IDs at Mafia boss trial

Federal authorities are urging a judge to bar the public from the courtroom while Witness Security Program officials testify in the case of former New England Mafia boss Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme

Hartford police officer expected to recover from stab wounds

In this 2015 photo provided by the Hartford Police Department,  Hartford police Officer Jill Kidik attends a ceremony in Hartford, Conn.,  where she was honored for saving a 1-year-old boy’s life the previous fall. Police have charged Chevoughn Augustin with attempted murder in the stabbing Kidik on Thursday, May 17, 2018. The officer underwent hours of surgery after Thursday’s attack and is in stable, but critical, condition at Hartford Hospital. (Hartford Police Department via AP)

The Hartford Courant reports Officer Jill Kidik is expected to survive stabbing injuries sustained in a landlord-tenant dispute

Crash kills four teens on school track team

Police say they have identified teenagers involved in a car crash in Massachusetts as high school students