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    Firefighters extinguish fire at Bozrah farm

    Bozrah Firefighters are battling a blaze at Hillendale Farms at 17 Schwartz Road.

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    Tommie Major, the All-American football player turned coach turned public official, is a true “Whaler.” He retired Jan. 17 as director of the city’s Parks and Recreation department after almost 34 years.
    Gov. Ned Lamont wants to keep ‘guardrails’ but legislators see a way to increase education funding.
    Norwich voters will decide on a controversial fire services ordinance in a special election Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023 with polls open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Let the fall of John Durham be a cautionary tale for other once-mainstream Connecticut Republicans, as the crazies take over their party.

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    OSWIECIM, Poland (AP) — Auschwitz-Birkenau survivors and other mourners commemorated the 78th anniversary Friday of the Nazi German death camp's liberation, some expressi...
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    “It’s disgusting,” said the veteran New London police officer. “There are no words (to describe) the behavior of law enforcement officers who are supposed to protect and serve.”
    Westerly ― Richard Wolak, 78, of Westerly, said Friday he often walks past the Washington Trust Community Skating Center. So when he was passing by the rink as it was ope...
    The city was invited because it has been at the forefront of communities across the country planning to replace lead water lines for residents.

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    Mystic Seaport Museum has announced Tuesday it has been awarded a $150,000 Connecticut Cultural Fund Operating Support Grant from Connecticut Humanities.
    East Lyme A 13-juvenile was charged Jan. 12 with third-degree larceny, illegal use of a payment card and receiving goods obtained through the illegal use of a paymen...
    New London may be forced to pay several million dollars in demolition and remediation work for a new high school project because local officials allegedly heeded the directions of Konstantinos Diamantis, the former leader of Connecticut’s school construction program.
    The board voted 5-1 on Thursday to approve a revised version of Superintendent Mary Anne Butler’s proposed 2023-24 budget which now shows a 7.89% increase.
    State Rep. Brian Lanoue, R-Griswold, announced legislative priorities, including bills to study electric utility competition, providing tax incentives for volunteer first responders and requiring parental notification for minors seeking abortions.
    Norwich residents asked for more money for youth facilities, a downtown public bathroom and agreed with a plan to clean up the former YMCA property.
    Two events to celebrate Black History Month will be held Wednesday, Feb. 1 in Groton while Mystic will hold an event Feb. 11.
    The Eastern Regional Tourism District (ERTD) has announced a grant program for marketing initiatives in support of eastern Connecticut’s tourism economy.
    Police arrested a 75-year-old Newington man Friday on charges he took inappropriate photos of a 16-year-old staying with him in East Lyme.
    Mystic ― Phil Pavone, a Mystic resident and owner of AZ Pawn Shop in Norwich who has donated more than 1,000 wheelchairs to residents with disabilities, has been named th...