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News: During an interview last week in her third-floor chambers at the State Supreme Court building on Capitol Avenue, Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers, who turns 61 this month, reflected on her tenure and confirmed that while she is fully retiring from the Judicial Branch, she is staying involved in the legal profession for the foreseeable future.

Perspective: Did state police authorities look the other way after troopers cooked up charges to harass a citizen exercising his First and Second Amendment rights? Indeed, they did, writes Chris Powell in his Sunday column.

Daybreak: New London trio Motion Radio has a new album, "14 Watts," that reflects big changes in songwriter Matt Hamilton's life.

Business: Susette Tibus, a longtime jewelry store owner who has served on numerous boards and committees in Mystic, is the recipient of a Lifetime of Service Award from the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce.


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