Mystic Seaport historian Fred Calabretta takes us on a high-seas adventure as he delves into the fascinating world of 19th century whaling, particularly the largely...
Fitch head football coach Mike Ellis and Montville head football coach Tanner Grove talk about their impressions of their teams after the first two weeks of the season.
This week, we discuss the ECC’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad weekend, Shelton, Enfield, and The Day Top 10 state coaches’ poll.
It’s the debut of the Lonesome Podcast, a discussion of Connecticut high school football and companion piece to the Lonesome Polecat, North America’s most beloved blog. We discuss St. Joseph’s rout over New Canaan,...
After several years away from the game, Jack Cochran will be back on football sideline as an assistant coach at Killingly this fall. Cochran, who won eight state championships as a head coach at Bloomfield, New Britain and New London, talks about...
Who will be number one in the first state poll? Which ECC teams will make the playoffs? How do Killingly and Fitch match up against the rest of the state? Ned Griffen, author of The Day’s Lonesome Polecat football column, has the answers.
U.S. Coast Guard Academy head football coach Bill George talks about preparing his team for the upcoming season, and how Coast Guard athletes balance the rigors of a military academy with the expectations of being on a college football team.
Questions persist after children playing in the woods find Cirioni's remains in 2012.
Mystic native Jade Huguenin and historian Martin Smith talk about their new book, “Postcard History: Mystic” as well as plans for an Aug. 18 panel discussion about Groton and Mystic history.
Keith talks with Clay Killingsworth, the third new coach in three years at Ledyard after Jim Buonocore stepped down to become athletic director. Killingsworth talks about his early meetings with the team, and their new “hold the rope”...
Erika Cirioni's remains are found in the woods in Montville.
Erika Cirioni was 26 when she went missing on New Year's Eve 2006.
Fingerprints not taken, scene not secured. Body exhumed four months after murder.
Keith talks baseball with Rob Bono, head coach of the Mystic Schooners in the New England Collegiate Baseball League.
In days after the murder, dogs, divers, helicopter and FBI assist in investigation.
Case Unsolved: The Murder of William Spicer, Episode 2
Spicer was a businessman, landowner and member of one of Groton's oldest families.
Author Ken Keeley talks about his new book, “A Pictorial Journal of Ocean Beach Park,” recalling the New London beach’s early days as a fun spot for the wealthy, along with its evolution into a honky-tonk area.
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