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    Tuesday, December 06, 2022
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    Deep River - There are other football settings throughout Connecticut, pristine and palatial, with newly turfed lawns surrounded by the new track and the new bleachers an...
    It is an issue on which Americans agree, which is a rarity, yet it hardly made an appearance in the debates leading up to the Nov. 8 election. Americans overwhelmingly ag...
    Howdy, One of the many successful, state championship-winning coaches who votes in The Day’s Top 10 state coaches’ poll opined weeks ago that for all the kvetching fr...
    Neighborhoods are ephemeral. They come and go. Children grow up; people move; people die; businesses edge out residences; interstate highways slice through. But while the...
    Idle Thoughts, while waiting for Giants-Commanders, high school hoops and one public establishment – just one – to stop playing Christmas music: • Dr. Idle, Dr. I to his ...

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    The case of Hadley Palmer, a very rich Greenwich socialite accused of pursuing sexual gratification by secretly spying on people, including a minor, at her waterfront man...
    Monday’s paper was almost tucked away ― and most of our news staff nestled in their homes ― when a massive fire broke out at Seaport Marine just before 9 p.m. this past S...
    Connecticut’s Office of Policy and Management (OPM) and its Office of Fiscal Analysis (OFA) both released fiscal accountability reports on Nov. 18 forecasting annual fisc...
    While it’s nearly impossible to think of a headline that Donald J. Trump didn’t relish, no matter the scandalous implications, he might just be getting sick of the never-...
    After three of us scrambled this week up a series of rocky ridges leading to a modest summit generously called Popp Mountain, we caught a distant glimpse of a glittering ...

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    Good-bye, Dr. Fauci. You did your job while under attack from the worst sort of people. You devoted more than 50 years to public health. As director of the National Insti...
    It’s hard to forget the ill will exhibited by the owners of the now-burned-out Seaport Marine property toward the Mystic community three years ago, after they were forced...
    New London – Full disclosure: Johnny Burns was unlikely to return as New London High School’s football coach next season. And while I believe the mission of high school c...
    We now know at least one of the priorities of the Biden administration during the remaining weeks Democrats control the House of Representatives. The president says he wo...
    Howdy, There’s been a lot of complaining, whining and gnashing of teeth ever since the CIAC expanded the football playoffs from four to six divisions at the request o...
    Groton – The everlasting gift of high school sports is not always quantified in goals scored, home runs or touchdowns. It’s the people, the connections, the moments that ...
    A giant Santa on the lawn is not the only inflatable this season. Most people are painfully aware that electricity and home heating oil are going way up. Health care prem...
    IIt might not have been what it looked like. That, at least, was the message you'd have heard had you turned to Tucker Carlson of Fox "News" for perspective the Monday af...
    You’ll want to catch up on our Housing Solutions Lab stories, photos, videos and podcasts because there’s much more to come. A year ago, we started raising funds for our...
    Once reviled as mucky, mosquito-infested blights, salt marshes often were drained or filled in to curb the spread of disease and to make room for more people. Today, coas...