Lifeguards at Spaulding Pond in Norwich trained Thursday for their upcoming summer season.
In a Texas case, a federal judge rejected Houston Methodist Hospital employees’ claim that the hospital’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy was unlawful.
Offshore wind partners Ørsted and Eversource continued to make good on promises of local partnerships on Thursday with an award of $950,000 to Groton-based Project Oceaonology.
Miceli, who has taught fourth grade for the past 21 years at Oakdale Elementary School, was recently awarded the title of Montville's Teacher of the Year 2021-2022.
To say Mary Madaus is a well-rounded student who has flourished during her time at Williams School would be a vast understatement.
The COVID-19 vaccine has made one couple from Massachusetts feel comfortable and safe enough to take getaways within driving distance for a change of scenery.
Settled on the ground floor of a Victorian homeaton 303 Ferry Road in Old Lyme were the entire masterworks of Elizabeth Tashjian, surrealist artist and owner of the famous Old Lyme Nut Museum.
Lt. Benjamin D. Smith, a Niantic native, was presented the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal as an end-of-tour award by Capt. Steven W. Antcliff, commanding officer, Naval Submarine School at Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton.
Customers are thankful D’Elia’s Bakery & Grinder Shop at 272 Franklin St. in Norwich is open again.
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Blue Water Development Corp., based in Ocean City, Md., has invited residents to an informational session next week.
For the second time in two months, the Town Council is filling a vacancy on its panel.
The group stopped at The Bridge Pizza & Deli after going to Bluff Point State Park on Wednesday.
Hayden Leach has been a member of North Stonington’s Volunteer Fire Department since he was 16.
Four intersections are being painted with bright colors representing 16 different national or regional flags to enhance pedestrian safety and beautify street.
An 80-year-old Waterford man has been charged with negligent homicide with a motor vehicle.
One man was arrested after he and two others usuccessfully tried to use a stolen Kia SUV to drag an ATM out of the Walgreen's pharmacy in Pawcatuck early Tuesday, police say.
Groton police said they are looking for a 34-year-old man who allegedly assaulted a victim with a beer bottle, causing non-life threatening injuries.