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Norwich Main Street sewer work to cause traffic, parking disruptions Thursday

Traffic will be detoured and there will be no on-street parking Thursday on Main Street in the area of Superior Court for an emergency sewer repair.

Friends and Neighbors: It’s never too late to acquire a Harvard education

Luise Bethencourt at home with her Harvard paraphernalia.

When I went to college, women were not admitted to many of the colleges in the country, so now I thought I would try to go to a school I would have loved to have gone to back in the day, and that school was Harvard.

Millstone, offshore wind in zero-carbon auction mix

Dominion's Millstone Power Station is seen July 9, 2011, from the air. The plant is competing in Connecticut's new zero-carbon energy auction. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Millstone owner Dominion Energy and 100 other energy companies looking to deliver clean electricity to the state recently made their pitches to regulators, kicking off the much-debated state-run zero carbon auction that Millstone fought for years to...

New London housing commissioner told to butt out

Citing interference in its day-to-day operations, the New London Housing Authority is attempting to bar one of its own commissioners from stepping onto authority properties or speaking to its employees and residents without management on hand.

Union Station getting some repairs

Construction workers set up scaffolding along the roof of Union Station in New London on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Pariseault Builders Inc., the contractor performing the work, estimates the cost to be $75,508.

Chasing a rainbow

Sam Johnson of East Haddam looks at the double rainbow while walking across the lawn at Harkness Memorial State Park to go fishing at sunset Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Sam Johnson of East Haddam looks at the double rainbow while walking across the lawn at Harkness Memorial State Park to go fishing at sunset Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

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GOP candidates can't explain how a Gov. Stefanowski would end the income tax

GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski has yet to explain how he would execute his promise to...

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Two unlocked cars stolen from Groton City residence

Two unlocked cars were stolen from a residence near Eastern Point Beach Friday morning, and city police said they’ve identified one suspect who is suspected in several car thefts statewide.

Body discovered in Norwich

Sgt. Christopher Merrill watches as a medical examiner pulls up to the scene where a body was found behind Mini Melts USA Inc. at the end of Alms House Lane in Norwich Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. (Lindsay Boyle/The Day)

A medical examiner pulled up to the scene about 10:50 a.m.

Investigation into Montville councilor's crash remains ongoing

A one-vehicle crash last week involving Town Council Chairman Tom McNally remains under investigation by state police, Resident State Trooper Sgt. Mark Juhola said Tuesday night.

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New London rollover on Thursday claims life of Marlborough man

State police said a 56-year-old Marlborough man died after his car rolled over on Interstate 95 on Thursday night.

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Police in New Jersey search for alligator on the loose

Police in New Jersey are warning residents about an alligator that's on the loose

CT cybersecurity: ‘We cannot rely on Washington to keep us safe’

The leader of the state's cybersecurity efforts said Tuesday that Washington, with a deeply polarized Congress and faction-riven White House, has abrogated its role in defending the nation against hackers.

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Six tornadoes confirmed in Virginia

The National Weather Service has confirmed that the remnants of Hurricane Florence spawned a total of six tornadoes in Virginia earlier this week