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Make a Difference: Sisters of Charity

A single mother raising a 12-year-old girl who likes the color pink.

Small New London church celebrates move into new building

Lara Ajayi, center, leads a solo during a 10th anniversary celebration and building dedication for The Redeemed Christian Church of God Sanctuary of Praise on Sunday, November 18, 2018. The church, founded by local Nigerian immigrants, recently reopened at  862 Bank St. in New London. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

When Tanecia Foster first walked into New London’s Redeemed Christian Church of God in 2015, she said she knew she finally was home.

Catching up with a millennial baby with a peaceful name: Serenity now

Photo of Nikki Lauderbaugh (courtesy of Nikki Lauderbaugh)

Serenity Nicole Lauderbaugh was the first baby of the new millennium born at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital in New London, arriving at two hours and 17 minutes after midnight on Jan.1, 2000.

Perkins Farm project in Mystic coming to fruition

Within two weeks, all three phases of the proposed development for Perkins Farm are expected to either be under construction or in the approval process.

East Lyme proposes almost $6 million public safety complex

First Selectman Mark Nickerson calls it a "now or never opportunity" to leave a cramped and leaky building on Main Street.

Boats on the Thames

A fishing boat and a sailboat move past New London Ledge Light House, as seen from Ocean Beach, on Sunday, November 18, 2018. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

A fishing boat and a sailboat move past New London Ledge Light House, as seen from Ocean Beach, on Sunday, November 18, 2018. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

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Should state be in the business of helping pay for ferry engines?

The money from the state will go toward repowering a used ferry purchased recently by the New...

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