The Stonington and Groton Town police departments are reminding those who plan to attend Sunday’s Mystic Irish Parade of the ban on public consumption of alcohol as well as temporary no-parking areas and road closures.
The Board of Education presented its proposed $12 million 2018-19 budget to the Board of Finance Thursday, outlining the need for the 3 percent spending increase including a new full-time social worker and an additional classroom teacher to reduce...
In the budget address that accompanied his proposed general government and capital improvement budgets for 2018-19, First Selectman Rob Simmons outlined a host of fiscal challenges that face the town.
With an eye toward a future explosion in city parking needs, the city’s Parking Authority will start a series of maintenance and improvement projects Monday at the city-owned Water Street parking garage.
The residents of the five apartments at 12 Sharaf St. have been displaced after a fire at the back of the building tore off the siding and broke a few windows, according to New London Fire Battalion Chief Tom Curcio.
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Under the decades-old state–tribe gaming agreements, or compacts, that granted the tribes the exclusive right to operate casinos in Connecticut, the tribes could stop sharing their existing casinos’ slot-machine revenues with the state...