Residents of Fairfield, Tolland and Windham counties also urged to wear masks indoors regardless of their vaccination status.
The Naval Submarine Base in Groton is trying to communicate that federal law and the Uniform Code of Military Justice still apply.
Public hearings are planned on a proposal to bond $145 million to cover the pension obligation and $740,000 to design an exit ramp for a second business park.
A bronze plaque that was once attached to the giant statue of Tater the Gator was recently sold for scrap, and the city is looking for someone to buy it back for display.
Residents urged to complete survey on how city should disburse the American Rescue Plan funds it expects to receive in 2021 and 2022.
Portia Bordelon, a Democratic Town Councilor, announced that she is pursuing a primary campaign for reelection to Town Council.
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The Ledyard state representative’s campaign categorically denied the complaint, which alleges France improperly received help from a conservative group.
U.S. Coast Guard Academy swabs, members of the incoming Class of 2025, returned to the city Friday morning at the conclusion of their weeklong training sail aboard Eagle.
The giveaways will be held Sunday from 1-4 p.m. in New London and Groton.
Heavy equipment operators with Cherenzia Excavation have been using a Caterpillar D8N bulldozer to build a pile of fill gravel on the construction site along Howard Street.
Groton Town Police Department's nonemergency phones will be impacted during an upgrade project scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Aug. 1.
A local band, Act III, will perform a mix of jazz and rhythm and blues at a free outside concert at the Waterford Public Library at 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 6.
In 2013, Hank appeared on Channel 3 News with Scot Haney wearing a red bandanna. Hank had lived in a kennel all his life and was scheduled to be euthanized within a week if they could not find a home for him.
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Preston fire Chief Thomas Casey said there were no injuries in the fire, which was contained to one bedroom and under control in about 10 minutes. The American Red Cross is assisting.
Kyle Wright on Friday evening called his mother to alert her he is in Kentucky, according to state police.
The Norwich Fire Department said fire and water damaged two of the three apartments at 117 Prospect St.