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The 2015 academy graduate, who recently began his job as the superintendent's aide, spent much of this year at sea on a Navy destroyer running drug cases in the Caribbean Sea and Eastern Pacific Ocean.
About 100 soldiers with the 192nd Military Police Battalion, headquartered in Niantic, returned home Tuesday night from a 10-month deployment to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, though things are very different now due to the pandemic.
I could take the path that too many Americans take: their diabetes progresses to the point where their blood sugar is out of control, and they must start taking insulin. Or, I could improve my diet and exercise.
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Police say the Vernon man plowed through a stone wall and bench and struck the bronze monument, which depicts a uniformed woman clutching a flag and kneeling before a statue honoring fallen service members.
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