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Catherine Kolnaski STEAM Magnet School (CKMS) is now accepting applications for the 2020-21 school year and will be hosting two upcoming tours and information sessions.
Alexis Ann, editor and publisher of The Resident, will serve as the grand marshal of the Mystic Irish Parade.
The Norwich Free Academy Playshop will present David Ives’ “All in The Timing” on Friday, Jan. 24, and Saturday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m. in Slater Auditorium.
Municipal meetings for the week beginning Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020.
In January, The Day launched CuriousCT, an initiative in which readers submit questions, the newsroom groups them into themed voting rounds, and readers vote.
The Day provides readers with plenty of quality hard news — information that you need to know about what’s going on in your town, city or state. But The Day also offers you some fun reads, too, with a look at the lighter side...
An investigation by Congress found the Coast Guard did not properly investigate complaints of harassment and bullying.
In addition to live streaming of games, GameDay features video stories about local athletes and coaches.
The Morgan had barely returned to its home berth at Chubbs Wharf when Mayflower II arrived at the shipyard.
The Day's reporting about the alleged abuse of children by priests assigned to the Diocese of Norwich leads to the release of a list of accused priests and legislative action.
Full house at Connecticut College for Conversation on Race
For 10 years, The Day has connected readers with those in the area who are in need.
The Day sponsored debates for the offices of mayor or first selectman in the towns of East Lyme, Stonington, Montville, Preston, Waterford and New London.
Funding Kentucky Derby, golf trips on money meant to stabilize electric rates struck a cord with ratepayers, state legislators and the FBI.
Stonington police Capt. Todd Olson said the fire was caused by a wood-burning stove in the single-family home at 985 Stonington Road.
City police arrested a New London man they say was carrying a large amount of narcotics and about a pound of marijuana in his vehicle, during a traffic stop Thursday.
Route 85 is closed in the area of the Waterford-New London Speedbowl due to a car that crashed into a power pole Friday morning. The road has been closed for hours.