As Anita Green, Colin Fenster and Kelli Franza prepare to graduate from the Coast Guard Academy this week, they reflect on their time leading the corps of cadets over the past semester.
During a 10-day span in May 1969, American troops were engaged in a deadly battle against a deeply entrenched enemy to take control of a 3,000-foot-tall hill in South Vietnam near the Laotian border.
The aircraft are departing Connecticut to take part in Daks over Normandy, a flyover of more than 30 international aircraft, which will drop 250 paratroopers in authentic Allied uniforms over the original 1944 drop zones.
An Electric Boat employee, injured in a fall last week and released from the hospital Wednesday, said, through her lawyer, that a coworker is the only reason she's alive.
But the defense plan has to get through gridlock in Congress over federal spending, and raising budget caps, in the next two years.
A pending bill that would provide up to $10 million in grant money to the Town of Stonington for infrastructure and other improvements would be solely used for the proposed Smiler’s Wharf project in downtown Mystic and not for other town...
The Guilford-based Shoreline Arts Alliance recently recognized several winners in its annual Scholarships in the Arts program.
George Fellner, whose work has appeared in numerous magazines, will give a talk titled “Pictures at an Exhibition: A Mindset for Creative Photography.”
Norwich Youth Football teams will have to play elsewhere for a year while irrigation and sprinkler system improvements are made.