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    Montville ― State police said a Pawcatuck man on probation was arrested Monday on a warrant after failing to report to police multiple times and leaving his approved resi...

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    Norwich ― Moove In Self Storage has purchased a three-story building at 208-210 Salem Turnpike near the Walmart-Big Y plaza, Lyman Real Estate Brokerage announced this we...
    Norwich ― The Recreation Department will undergo a management change beginning Monday when the program becomes part of the Youth and Family Services division of the city ...
    New London ― Developers received approval from the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission Thursday night to add 81 residential units and two commercial spaces on 150 Howar...
    Groton — Three kindergarten classes from Charles Barnum Discovery Magnet School spent time Friday at Whittle's Willow Spring Farm in Mystic. The kindergartners were able...

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    Before invading the Carolinas, Hurricane Ian left its mark on parts of Southwest Florida, where some current and former southeastern Connecticut residents experienced the...
    Groton ― A group of residents is voicing opposition to the state about the state’s proposed sale of the Mystic Education Center, also known as the Mystic Oral School. Ed...
    Norwich ― Assistant U.S. Attorney Anastasia King posed hypothetical questions Thursday to about two dozen attendees at the United Against Hate forum at the Sikh Art Galle...
    The previous deadline was set to expire on Thursday. But two weeks ago, attorneys for the Catholic diocese filed a motion to extend the deadline to Jan. 13, 2023.
    North Stonington ― The Congregational Church of North Stonington is raising money to fix problems with its ceiling that have made the sanctuary unusable. Amy Foster, cha...

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    Montville ― The Planning and Zoning Commission gave a favorable review of a proposed boat launch and fishing pier project on town-owned property at 55 Dockett Road at a ...
    Waterford ― The town has announced that its police department has entered an agreement with Ledyard’s police department to combine the efforts of each town’s special res...
    Old Lyme ― Artists and volunteers set up their pieces for the Wee Faerie Village at the Florence Griswold Museum on Thursday. Friends Dawn Bisharat, of Madison, and Mic...
    Mystic ― Crew of the sailing vessel Alvei spent Thursday unbending the sails Thursday at Schooner Wharf in Mystic. The Alvei, a main topsail schooner captained by Geoffr...
    Mystic ―Shipwrights work on the retired New York City fireboat Gov. Alfred E. Smith hauled out at Mystic Seaport Musem’s Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard Thursday. ...
    New London ― Local playwright Lydia Blaisdell will hold a three-day workshop of her script, “gerstl took the easy way out,” at The Eugene O'Neill Theater from Oct. 7 to 9...
    New London ― The Hispanic Alliance of Southeastern Connecticut will host a conversation with three Latin American artists for Hispanic Heritage Month. The event will be ...
    Stonington ― The town has put out a call to local artists to help design the future Veterans Memorial, to be located on the grounds of the police department. The eight-si...
    CTPharma Norwich LLC of Chicago received approval this week for a retail cannabis store at the former site of West Side Medical Center, a walk-in medical clinic at 606 W. Main St.
    Mystic resident Linda Johansen said she’s always had a life of service, from serving in the Coast Guard to working as a teacher in East Lyme. Johansen, who is retired, st...