Kelo v. New London: 10 years later

Fort Trumbull neighborhood remains vacant a decade after city took land

Fort Trumbull neighborhood remains vacant a decade after city took land

The dispute resolved by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2005 pitted the city and the New London Development Corporation against seven property owners who did not want to sell their 15 combined properties on the Thames River peninsula.

GALLERIES: Kelo v. New London: 10 years later

Group is planting fruit trees, vegetables on Fort Trumbull eminent domain land

A loose-knit group of local activists with a rebellious streak announced last week that it had begun secretly planting apple trees and some vegetables on city-owned land at Fort Trumbull.

John Paul Stevens, longtime leader of Supreme Court's liberal wing, dies at 99

John Paul Stevens, a moderate midwestern Republican and former antitrust lawyer from Chicago who evolved into a savvy and sometimes passionate leader of the Supreme Court's liberal wing and became the third-longest-serving justice on the high court before his retirement in 2010, died July 16 at a hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 99.

14 years after Kelo, a phoenix stirs

A new proposal for apartments has promise but puts new emphasis on a conflict of interest at the Renaissance City Development Association.

'Little Pink House' movie revives eminent domain fight that put New London on national stage

The use of eminent domain by New London has been revived by the making of Jeff Benedict’s book, "Little Pink House," into a movie showing across the region this weekend.

Hollywood film paints New London pink

The stars were out for the world premiere of the newly released movie “Little Pink House,” based on New London’s Fort Trumbull eminent domain fiasco that ended in 2005 with a United States Supreme Court ruling in favor of the city.

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