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    Swabs face the challenges of Sea Trials
    Whether struggling to carry a 40-foot log, or a pair of inflatable boats, or mastering the obstacle course, or their marching drills, the incoming members of the Coast Gu...

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    East Lyme ― The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is investigating a report that a coyote was poisoned in the area of Dodge Pond near the Town Hall. In t...
    Groton — The Town Council is working towards creating a property tax abatement program for the surviving spouses of firefighters, emergency medical technicians and polic...
    New London ― The wind was light and the sky partly sunny Friday as a mix of people sailed aboard the Coast Guard training ship Eagle into City Pier: swabs and Sea Scouts...
    Day at the Beach Editor's Note: Welcome to our annual summer series. This year, we asked readers to tell us about their favorite beach destinations within drivin...

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    Stonington ― Police have arrested a Velvet Mill business owner following an investigation into unwanted sexual contact with a woman at the Velvet Mill in June, according...
    New London native Larry Rachleff, the former music director of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, the longtime music director of Rice University’s Shepherd School s...
    Groton ― Electric Boat announced Friday it was awarded a modification of a previously awarded Navy contract for engineering, technical, design, and planning yard support...
    Mohegan ― Mohegan Sun generated net revenues of $236.5 million in the three months that ended June 30, a 7.5% increase over the same period the previous year, officials ...
    News: Affordable and safe housing is a basic need for every member of our community, and yet it’s in short supply in our region and state. The Day wants to be part of th...

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    Mystic – The CEO of Mystic Aquarium is out. The aquarium made the announcement in a late-afternoon Thursday press release that Steve Coan “is completing his tenure” afte...
    Stonington ― First Selectwoman Danielle Chesebrough on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding between Stonington and Westerly regarding a project that will link t...
    Norwich Free Academy marching band members gathered at the school Thursday during their first week of band camp to get ready for their season. Band director Kristen Mot...
    New England state officials and others learned about nationwide election cybersecurity concerns during a workshop Thursday afternoon. The University of Southern Californi...
    On July 26, The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern CT Foundation granted a $2,000 scholarship to Sawyer Hakkinen-Hendrick, a June graduate of Ledyard High School. Hakkinen-H...
    Imagine departing the planet in an eco-friendly way like people did up until the 1840s and being able to bury your small pet alongside you in your cemetery plot situated ...
    Day at the Beach Editor's Note: Welcome to our annual summer series. This year, we asked readers to tell us about their favorite beach destinations within drivin...
    New London — From her prison cell some 4,500 miles away in Russia, Brittney Griner left a lasting impression on those facing homelessness in the city Thursday morning. In...
    Nationally, the average price of a gallon of gasoline dropped below $4 Thursday for the first time since March 5, while it remained well above that level throughout Conn...
    The Clark family of West Hartford spent some time Wednesday crabbing while staying with family in Groton Long Point for the week. Lily, 6, said they have been having fun...