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    Welcome to The Day's special section, More than a Month: Pride. The More than the Month quarterly editions are designed to take a deeper look at historically marginalized...

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    This is the last engagement column of the year, and it's designed to whet your appetite for our upcoming holiday series.   "Season's Eatings" starts Christmas Eve and exp...
    What began in 2008 as a modest, compact holiday giving appeal by The Day newsroom, "Make A Difference," returns today for the 14th year. By the end of the first season Ma...
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    FISH TALES: LIFE ON THE SEA

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    ALL-AREA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES
    Bill Middleton has three restaurants in Mystic and by the end of the year will open a fourth and he’s predicting a very busy year ahead. “Tourism is coming back. We are s...
    Ledyard — For graduating Ledyard High School senior James Tillman, the past four years have been filled with numerous accomplishments, and some challenges. Tillman, 18, h...
    Connecticut reported its first case of COVID-19 on March 8, 2020. In the year since, we’ve lost grandparents, mothers, fathers, siblings and friends. They loved to dance,...
    In the spring, Lauren Gee was making regular trips back and forth between Connecticut and New York transporting the dead as the director of her family's funeral home. The...

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    AGENCY: Care & Share of East Lyme WHO: Joseph, age 38, and Chloe, age 32, and their three children ages 13, 9, and 18 months THEIR SITUATION: Joseph and Chloe have been t...
    New London — In the spring of 2018, amid a national conversation splitting communities into pro- and anti-immigration camps, residents carrying "New London stands with im...
    When we tell the story of 2020, we do so in language rarely used previously: pandemic, distance learning, self-quarantine, WFH, social distancing, curbside pickup, Zoom. ...
    At last count, 31 states plagued by high rates of COVID-19 infections crowded Gov. Ned Lamont’s travel advisory, which isn’t all that advisory any more. On Tuesday, he ma...
    Editor's note: Today we remember the lives of three local men who died from COVID-19. Contact Julia Bergman at j.bergman@theday.com if you'd like The Day to write abo...
    Norwich — More than a dozen state, local and tribal officials and volunteers flanked a podium Friday in the Council Chambers to stress the importance of the 2020 U.S. Cen...
    In 1998, 14 percent of Connecticut's workforce was over age 54, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. That figure rose to 20 percent by 2008, and now it's at 27 ...
    The Day's annual Make a Difference series begins its 12th year today, marking more than a decade of community generosity for neighbors in need. The client selected last y...
    About the series: This part of the state has some of Connecticut's biggest and most popular tourist attractions. But in this occasional series we're going to bring yo...
    Montville — Sam Davis learned early on that failure — even consistent failure, say, seven times out of 10 — could help him succeed. “Three for 10 is a great batting avera...