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    Groton, Mystic to hold Black History Month celebrations

    Two events to celebrate Black History Month will be held Wednesday, Feb. 1 in Groton while Mystic will hold an event Feb. 11.

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    The Eastern Regional Tourism District (ERTD) has announced a grant program for marketing initiatives in support of eastern Connecticut’s tourism economy.
    Mystic ― Phil Pavone, a Mystic resident and owner of AZ Pawn Shop in Norwich who has donated more than 1,000 wheelchairs to residents with disabilities, has been named th...
    New London ― The city is being represented at the White House today. Mayor Michael Passero and Director of Public Utilities Joe Lanzafame will be in Washington, D.C., fo...
    Twining has been a champion for a Halls Road that more closely resembles the town’s trademark Lyme Street rather than remaining a series of strip malls.

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    The Housing Authority is gaining vouchers for a property but losing the outside management company it hired five years ago.
    Montville ― The Gateway salt saga continues. At Tuesday night’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, residents addressed the commission about the disruption they say t...
    “The poet… brings the whole soul of man into activity …. imagination the soul that is everywhere … and forms all into one graceful and intelligent whole.” Coleridge...
    The 2022 report from the Submarine Base Industrial Council states that Connecticut has 352 first-tier submarine industrial base suppliers, who received $1.2 billion in purchase orders for specialized components in 2022, up from $1.1 billion in 2021.
    Connecticut Sea Grant announced that it has been awarded $125,000 in federal funds for initiatives to make the community more resilient in the face of climate change.

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    A U.S. Navy submarine is escorted by the Thames Towboat Co. tug John P. Wronowski through the mouth of the Thames River en route to the Naval Submarine Base in Groton on Thursday.
    Kurt Adamcewicz, a commercial fisherman on Starbrite, unloads a bucket of porgies to be processed by Gambardella Wholesale Fish at the Town Dock in Stonington on Thursday.
    The Connecticut field office for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development held a virtual symposium Wednesday to draw new landlords into the Housing Choice Voucher program.
    The Connecticut Department of Housing is creating a fund that will give up to $5,000 to renters facing eviction because they owe past rent.
    Bertha DeWolf, of Waterford, and her fellow students learn jazz steps on Wednesday during the Gentle Dance Mix class through Senior Services at the Waterford Community Center.
    A Norwich patrolman directs traffic on Main Street.
    We are thrilled to announce that after hours of practice, months of auditioning and years of preparation, Cavan Grundy, a senior at Fitch High School, has been contracted...
    It gives us great pleasure to inform Salem that Gary Closius was selected by the Salem Lions Club as Salem’s Humanitarian of the Year for 2023. The Salem Lions recognized...
    Even in the colder months, the war against the spotted lantern fly wages on.
    The iconic Franklin Square water trough. Built in 1889 to supply water to horses, it also illuminated Franklin Square at night. It was moved to the intersection of Washin...