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    Civil lawsuit documents detail a New London tree collapse that caused serious injuries to a man and led to recent calls to eliminate a set of tree maintenance standards.
    State and federal lawsuits could be coming East Lyme’s way after the Zoning Commission again rejected a proposal for a 24-unit affordable housing development on Boston Post Road.
    Arrests by local and state police departments in the region.
    Norwich, New London and Preston are seeking state funding for major projects through the Community Investment Fund.

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    Pickleball is burgeoning at the Ocean Community YMCA, which has hired a part-time pickleball coordinator, started clinics and opened 13 courts at its branches in Mystic and Westerly.
    State officials since 1982 have been trying to get the town to stop polluting groundwater, surface water and tidal water in the beach areas, but sewage installation comes at a high price to homeowners.
    A public art group hopes to install a nearly 30-foot sculpture at Ocean Beach Park. The proposal comes after two other giant statue plans failed to gain traction.
    With the hiring boom at Electric Boat, developers are proposing and building new housing but some workers say they are struggling to find housing at a reasonable price.
    Stained glass talk in Westerly June 23 Behind the locked doors of Westerly’s Woodlawn Cemetery’s mausoleums lie more than 1,200 stained glass windows chronicling stained ...

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    A woman found bloody and unconscious in a Ocean Avenue parking lot Friday night is in critical condition as police search for information.
    This is the second year Pete’s RV, a family owned business with nine locations that started in Burlington, Vt., has put on an RV show and sale at the mall.
    A Groton company celebrated 25 years in business on Tower Avenue, marking the opening of a new building housing a 33-foot training tower.
    Claims of intimidation and harassment led New London Superior Court Judge John Newson on Thursday to issue a warning to Vullnetar Balidemaj.
    A new program in which participating employers, the state and employees will share the cost for childcare will be piloted in New London County.
    A three-judge panel on Friday found a New London mother charged in the strangling death of her 4-year-old son to be not guilty of murder by reason of mental disease or defect.
    Arrests by local and state police departments in the region.
    The Board of Police Commissioners is calling on the state police to conduct an internal investigation into whether procedures were followed related to domestic violence allegations against Chief Michael Finkelstein.
    READCO Property Management LLC of Old Lyme has been bought out by multifamily-home specialist and project partner Trio Properties LLC of Glastonbury.