Brian Gates said financial problems that led to a foreclosure action are in the past and that a resolution of the town’s suit alleging zoning violations is imminent.
Expect to see snow in the air Tuesday, but not much on the ground.
The ordinance modification was passed 5 to 1, with one selectman, Rose Ann Hardy, voting against it.
Residents gather at the Niantic Liberty Green for a Veterans Day ceremony sponsored by the East Lyme Veterans Council Monday.
The Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center formally announced Monday that its has received a $250,000 grant from The Edward and Mary Lord Foundation of Norwich that will continue the development of the Coogan Farm Nature & Heritage Center.
With agreements and funding in place, preliminary work has begun on the regional dog pound at Bates Woods.
The Norwich Public Schools Education Foundation fundraiser, Staff Follies, will be held at 6 p.m. Friday at Kelly Middle School.
The Stonington High School student government will host its annual “Fall Feast for Veterans” dinner on Nov. 21 at 5 p.m. in the Stonington High School Commons.
Scouts with BSA Troop 76 and Pack 200 place flags along East and West Main Streets in Mystic for Veterans Day Monday morning.
Veterans and community members salute as a bell is tolled during a Veteran's Day observance on Monday at the Submarine Force Library and Museum.
The Ledyard Regional Visiting Nurse Agency has been named to the Top 100 of the 2019 HomeCare Elite, as ranked by ABILITY Network out of nearly 9,000 agencies nationwide.
A Ledyard resident came up with a bright idea for kids trick-or-treating on his dark street.
Retired from the show ring, Willow spends her time taking naps in the kitchen.
The dam has been blocking access to spawning waters for alewives since the 1970s.
Residents were honored for their years of commitment to volunteerism and community service during the Salem Unsung Heroes Awards on Sunday.
The Norwich Fire Department and Norwich Public Utilities blocked off North Main Street and evacuated several homes and businesses after discovering a “significant” gas leak in a line beneath the street Monday afternoon.
No one was injured Monday morning when a crane working on the construction of an apartment complex at the corner of Bank and Howard streets fell to the road.
The accident occurred around 3:20 p.m., and the driver and passenger were taken to the hospital for minor injuries, a fire official said.