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News: In the Grundy family's Groton home, a locked kitchen door and alarm were installed to keep Cami, who has the rare genetic condition Prader Willi Syndrome, out. Cami's condition causes insatiable hunger, and if she were to get into the kitchen unsupervised, she may very well eat herself to death.
Business: Mystic River Chocolate has been around for nine years, with Bill Gash as chocolatier and Casey Gash on the business and design side, but the couple recently took the plunge and decided to open a brick-and-mortar store.
Daybreak: Ever crave a lobster roll or a heaping cone of ice cream in the dead of winter? Well, the cause is not hopeless as Erica Moser has discovered.
Perspective: U.S. Rep. Courtney again makes it clear that he did not relish the opportunity to impeach President Donald Trump. He had to do it, he not-so-effectively explained at a chamber meeting.
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Next month, Amtrak will increase the frequency of weekday train service to Mystic and Westerly.
Cal Robertson has been a familiar sight on street corners in New London and Groton for several decades, holding sings that promote nonviolence and an end to war.
The city is proposing to refurbish restrooms and replace windows at the Tyler House at Eastern Point Beach, make improvements to the Municipal Building, and repave the front parking lot of a fire station.
Attorney Robert I. Reardon Jr., whose firm has long been associated with exhaustive trial preparation and six-figure settlements, was recognized by the New London County Bar Association earlier this month.