Would you pay $212,000 for a Nissan? You might if it’s the 2020 GT-R Nismo

The 2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO (Nissan)

There are the things that are so wonderful that you can’t help but spend money on; you have to have it. Like the 2020 Nissan GT-R Nismo.

Modular 'house drop' in New London attracts onlookers

Workers with Westchester Modular Home Erectors, Inc., guide a dormer module into place as they assemble a modular home for Alan Panas and Nicole Kolosko and their sons on Gardner Avenue in New London Thursday, April 2, 2020. The 2,700-square-foot home is the first-ever module home installation undertaken by Advanced Group, the Mystic home construction and improvement contractor. The home is expected to be ready for occupancy by this summer.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

The so-called “house drop” at 145 Gardner Ave. was an unusual sight that brought neighbors to their front yards with cell phone cameras recording the action.

Thousands of Zoom video calls left exposed on open web

Lamar Elementary School principal Erin Honeycutt sets up a

The discovery that the videos are available on the open Web adds to a string of Zoom privacy concerns that have come to public attention as the service became the preferred alternative for American work, school and social life.


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While providing COVID-19 business assistance, some normal chamber activity carries on

The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut held its annual meeting virtually last month, electing new board officers and announcing staff promotions.

Region leaders urge approval of online gaming for tribes; Lamont declines

The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments had called on the governor to immediately grant the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes permission to provide online gaming.

Bozrah company shifts to making hospital beds, partitions

John Uliano, director of operations for Gilman Brothers, demonstrates how the company's new beds are assembled Wednesday, April 1, 2020, at its facility in Bozrah. The company focuses on foam board material products transitioned to making the beds and partitions to meet the needs of COVID-19 response. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Gilman Brothers, which makes materials used for signage and exhibits, pivoted to making beds and partitions for medical facilities. It's already made 1,000 of each for makeshift hospitals where recovering COVID-19 patients will be sent.