The Lyme Local History Archives was rededicated this week in her name.
Colonial military figure who attacked Pequots should be regarded as a war criminal, Mashantucket Pequot chairman says.
Norwich will join four other southeastern Connecticut cities and towns with Sister Cities Murals depicting civil rights and human rights images.
Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford was once the site of a millionaire’s private nine-hole golf course, vestiges of which can still be seen.
The Nautilus was towed from the Submarine Force Museum to the Naval Submarine Base on Friday, and is expected to return in the spring or summer.
The public is invited to an open house Saturday of the fully refurbished 200-year-old Marcia Thompson Schoolhouse at 63 Main St.
Residents are set to celebrate the conversion of the historical Clarks Falls Schoolhouse into affordable housing after an extensive process to salvage the building.
The 95-minute documentary, "Free Renty, Lanier v. Harvard," is available online this week and will be premiered Friday in a Boston documentary film festival.
Nearly 100 people gathered on Thursday for an emotional unveiling of a plaque with his name that now marks the 42 Rogers St. home where Lancaster raised his children and welcomed the neighborhood kids - no matter their ethnic background.
The city of New London on Thursday will unveil a Black Heritage Trail, a series of 15 plaques that explain important historic sites.
A virtual dedication was held last April, but an in-person one is being held Friday in honor of Smith, the first Black graduate of the academy. Smith died earlier this year.
The city next week is expected to unveil a Black Heritage Trail, a project several years in the making that will provide a look at the lives of Black historical figures and events and provide a glimpse into the city’s past.
Hempsted Houses' Nicole Thomas and New London NAACP President Jean Jordan on Sunday will host a walking tour of Ye Antientist Burial Ground, one of New England’s earliest graveyards.
Norwich artist David Bishop has spent the summer restoring the 500-by-16-foot Norwich Harbor welcome mural on a retaining wall overlooking the harbor.
Groton once had a World War II submarine on display, and its problematic decade as a museum ship was almost as eventful as its war patrols.
The Norwich World War I Memorial Committee will host several programs in September and October on various aspects of World War I.
With its shelves chock full of paper records dating back to the founding of New London, the City Clerk’s Office is a goldmine for historians.
The two-day event, hosted by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, features music, dance, booths with arts and crafts, and traditional food and drinks.
The Connecticut Port Authority has agreed to a set of condition requiring it to document and showcase a historical pier being covered over as part of a $235.5 million construction project on the city's waterfront.