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    Christina Seggos, of Westerly, and her dog, Artemis, head towards the beach on Tuesday while taking a walk during her lunch break at the Napatree Point Conservation Area in the Watch Hill area of Westerly.

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    Gales Ferry Intermodal has said it is pausing efforts to apply for a DEEP transfer station permit to process and transport dredge material at its 165-acre site on Route 12.
    State Rep. Aundre Bumgardner, D-41 District has announced plans by the state Department of Transportation to upgrade traffic control signals along Coogan Boulevard.
    Jessica Gillespie, an instructor in the Griswold Public Schools system, has earned a Distinguished Modern Classroom Educator certification. Gillespie is a Teaching, Lear...
    The following is the first in a series of stories that will run occasionally this year to honor the 50th anniversary of the Mystic River Historical Society. In the ...

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    Police issued a silver alert for a missing 15-year-old boy from Groton, who is characterized as an endangered runaway.
    Topics on Jan. 25 will include landlord and tenant roles and responsibilities, rent approvals, program flexibility, inspections, landlord rights and more.
    Mike Bard and Hediyeh Khoshreza, visiting from Germany, pass an umbrella to her sister Hima Khoshreza, before they take a photo at Mystic River Park as it begins to snow on Monday afternoon.
    Half of the remaining $2.1 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act grant money would be used to offset the proposed 2023-24 budget.
    Despite no opposition from residents or the town planner, the Planning and Zoning Commission says the owner of Mystic River Farm can not raise rabbits.

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    Environmental artist Wyland is set to return to New London this spring to recreate his downtown mural. He originally painted the family of sperm whales and dolphins in July 1993.
    New London ― How often do you get a contemporary composer premiering and playing his pieces, backed by a symphony orchestra in the city where he works? Well, that's what ...
    The Hartford Boat Show returned to the Mohegan Sun Earth Expo Center for the event’s 54th edition from Thursday through today, following a two-year COVID-induced hiatus.
    The Day has a reputation as an organization with a strong and award-winning multimedia presence, primarily for its video production. However, in recent years, we have inc...
    The Day’s coverage alerted residents to major projects proposed in the region, tracked their progress and demise through exhaustive reporting and writing.
    The year 2022 was one of growth for The Day newspaper.
    For David Collins, The Day’s columnist, 2022 was a typically impactful year. He weighed in on the Connecticut Port Authority’s role in transforming State Pier in New Lond...
    The Day’s coverage of mold issues at Branford Manor and other housing complexes brought residents’ stories, and the resulting efforts to fix the mold problems, to a larger audience.
    As The Day does every two years, in 2022 we covered 11 Connecticut House of Representatives races, four Connecticut State Senate races, and the 2nd Congressional District race, providing southeastern Connecticut voters with valuable information about their choices and how the candidates’ decisions could shape their lives.
    What began rather modestly 10 years ago ― two announcers, one camera and no industry blueprint to follow ― has morphed into a brand that has become a staple of local spor...