One hundred years ago, the deadliest health crisis in history killed an estimated 600 people in southeastern Connecticut.
The 1890 Dr. Patrick Cassidy House at 98 Washington St. will be sold at a tax foreclosure auction at noon Saturday.
In the coming months, members of the community will be researching the case of Hannah Ocuish and revisiting it through a series of events that will take participants to four key locations.
In New London, there was the cat-and-mouse game of bootleggers and cops. But the city was also a major center of more ambitious law enforcement by the Coast Guard.
A Niantic researcher has tracked down an interesting tidbit for local history buffs: The famed Green Book that helped African-Americans survive Jim Crow America may have had its genesis in New London.
The Society of the Founders is trying to raise $40,000 to replace the cedar shake roof at the 1675 Leffingwell House Museum this year.
An obscure cemetery at Connecticut College is almost all that remains of a strange colonial religious community. A plaque just installed there was the work of several generations lasting over a century.
The presidential yacht Sequoia, a National Historic Landmark that hosted presidential cocktail parties and sit-downs with world leaders under eight different presidents, made a surprise visit to the Whaling City on Wednesday.