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News: In retirement, James Streeter, former Groton mayor and town historian, operates a forensics consulting business. A certified handwriting expert, he's testified in numerous high-profile court cases.
Daybreak: After 28 years as resident music director at Goodspeed Musicals, Michael O'Flaherty is stepping down at the end of February. He reflects on his experiences working on more than 90 musicals at the Opera House in East Haddam and at the Terris Theatre in Chester.
Business: Between selling scented earrings, home goods showcasing a love of Norwich, or items colorful in either language or hue, the new shop Woombs & Wankle aims to be "purveyors of marvelous goods."
Perspective: In his speech last week after being sworn-in for a second term, New London Mayor Michael Passero offered a very optimistic outlook for the future of his city. Can he meet the expectations?
Stories that may interest you
The school selects one middle-schooler and one high-schooler monthly who exhibit the Xaverian Brothers Sponsored Schools values of trust, humility, simplicity, zeal and compassion.
The next voting round for CuriousCT, The Day's initiative in which readers can submit questions and then vote on which ones reporters will answer, is now open.
Seventh-graders in the Teen Outreach Program were making cat blankets for the Waterford Humane Society after classes Wednesday at Teachers Memorial Global Studies Magnet Middle School.
Making education budgeting more predictable, helping municipalities address stormwater requirements, and adjustments to the bottle bill are among the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments' top legislative priorities for .