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    East Lyme Shauna Clemons, 27, of 158 Hawthorne Drive, No. 14, New London, was charged Friday with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault. Aboubakar ...

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    Norwich ― Police said a 24-year-old Norwich man is facing charges after a domestic incident and subsequent escape from police in March. Elijah Agosto, whose last known a...
    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...
    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...

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    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...
    WASHINGTON — FBI agents removed 11 sets of classified documents — including some marked top secret and meant to only be available in special government facilities — from ...
    Drumroll, please! On Sunday, after months of fundraising, community listening sessions, planning, research, interviews and editing, The Day is publishing the first set o...
    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...
    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...

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    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...
    Chautauqua, NY — Salman Rushdie, the author whose writing led to death threats from Iran in the 1980s, was attacked Friday as he was about to give a lecture in western Ne...
    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...
    WASHINGTON - House Democrats on Friday are expected to approve a sweeping package to lower health-care costs, combat climate change, raise taxes on some large companies ...
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    Groton Town Scott A. Panganiban, 43, of 180 F St., was charged Wednesday with second-degree breach of peace, second-degree strangulation/suffocation, and first-deg...
    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...