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News: Pandemic forces are reviving the milkman in eastern Connecticut, where a handful of dairy farms have taken to bottling their milk and delivering it door to door. Demand for fresh product is fueling the trend.
Daybreak: Bibliophile/librarian Colleen Lynch encountered an offer she couldn't refuse, and now owns a used bookstore in Groton.
Perspective: Aside from the state park and its historic fort, and the adjacent Coast Guard station, it began to seem nothing ever would, or could, happen at Fort Trumbull. Proposed projects came and went. It was as if a curse had been placed in revenge for the home-taking powerplay. If so, the curse is lifting. Economic opportunity was the antidote.
Business: Food, housing, gas and health care are four areas that inflation is impacting everyday Americans.
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As a cold front moves toward New England, the region is bracing for a potential blizzard that may blast southeastern Connecticut with a heavy snowfall.
A town attorney said Jeffrey Respler has an agreement to sell Respler Homes LLC, developer of the Mystic Oral School property, to a developer that specializes in senior housing and assisted living facilities.
The Groton Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention has set goals for local policy changes and is looking for new community leaders.
State Rep. Kathleen McCarty, R-Waterford, and the town's police department have partnered to do a fleece blanket collection ahead of Valentine's Day for residents of the town's three nursing homes.