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    Norwich Sea Unicorns will stay at Dodd Stadium in 2025

    Norwich Sea Unicorns will stay at Dodd Stadium in 2025
    The Norwich Sea Unicorns will play at Dodd Stadium at least through the 2025 season after a lease extension was announced Tuesday night.

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    A $396,960 state grant will enable Mitchell College to improve trails at a 26-acre public park in New London.
    The Day had filed a request for the footage but the police department refused to release it. The Day then filed an appeal with the commission seeking release of the video.
    Norwich made its pitch Wednesday to be considered a key part of the state’s celebration of the nation’s 250th anniversary in 2026.
    The State Office of the Attorney General is reviewing a tribal member’s claims of “ongoing problems and inconsistencies” in tribal elections.

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    Penn Summerhill and his brother Warren, visiting from Colorado, look for hermit crabs at Esker Point Beach in Groton on Wednesday.
    Two restaurants on Bank Street are gone. One is being transformed into an art gallery and apartment space, while another, opened just more than a year ago, now sits vacant.
    Four local police officers, including police Chief Michael Finkelstein and the highest ranking woman in the department, are the target of a state police internal affairs investigation.
    The New London Housing Authority has hired Norbert Deslauriers who will oversee the group’s four affordable housing complexes.
    A Friday voter registration session in New London will examine electors’ qualifications.

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    Firefighters from Norwich, Waterford and Griswold were among 19 members of the Connecticut Interstate Fire Crew who were mobilized Tuesday to help fight wildfires in Redmond, Oregon.
    The 459-foot-long Wind Scylla wind turbine installation vessel dwarfed smaller sailing vessels as it made its way up the Thames River on Tuesday.
    The U.S. House of Representatives on Monday passed a water infrastructure bill that allows for the expansion of a pier at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton to accommodate the newest fast-attack submarines.
    The ordinance will increase parking fines from $25 to $50, expand police authority to ticket cars parked in the town’s right of way and give the police commission the authority to institute paid parking.
    The 20-year-old yoga studio headed by Trish Reyburn was forced out of its longtime headquarters on State Street last month as the building owner decided to convert the space to apartments.
    Petitioners are again collecting signatures hoping to further decrease the New London city budget, though the mayor said another petition won’t be considered.
    A new Waterford policy requires residents and non-residents to have a beach sticker to get into the park on weekends and holidays. That different than weekdays when people can buy a daily pass.
    U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-Second District, joined other Democrats who praised Biden’s decision to step aside as an act of patriotism and dedication to country.
    Scaffolding remains around the tower at St. Mary Church at 70 Central Ave. in Greeneville, but the $2 million project to restore the tower that had been in danger of collapse is done.
    A vacation house caught fire in the White Sands Beach neighborhood of Old Lyme on Saturday after an electric golf cart went up in flames, according to Fire Marshal David Roberge.