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Port Authority has applied to demolish part of historic pier

The Central Vermont Railroad Pier, in the center of a $93 million port transformation being planned...

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Police logs - July 23, 2019

Arrests by state police and local departments around the region.

Siblings accused in Lindquist family killings appear in court

Sergio Correa, flanked by his defense team; Joseph E. Lopez Sr., Jessica Luu-Missios and Maureen Murphy from the public defender's office, appears in court Monday, July 22, 2019.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Sergio and Ruth Correa were brought to New London Superior Court Monday in preparation for a probable cause hearing next month on charges they killed three members of the Lindquist family and torched their Griswold home in December 2017.

Police Logs - July 22, 2019

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LOCAL NEWS

Puerto Ricans in New London call for resignation of island's governor

Anna Agosto, right, and Daisy Lopez, left, both of New London, join other members of the crowd as they sing along to a song during a rally in support of Puerto Rico on Monday, July 22, 2019 at the Whale Tail in New London.  The local event was part of sweeping protests across the country demanding the resignation of Puerto Rico's  Governor Ricardo Rossello. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Waving flags, holding signs and chanting, more than 100 members of the city’s Puerto Rican community rallied on Monday to call for the resignation of Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rossello.

Preston Republicans endorse candidates for fall election

Preston Republicans on Monday endorsed candidates for first selectman and town clerk/tax collector not named Robert Congdon and Hattie Wucik for the first time in two decades.

NORTHEAST

Con Ed defends decision to shut off power

Con Edison is defending its decision to shut off power to thousands of New Yorkers amid the weekend's high temperatures

Police: 3 dogs die after being left in hot vehicle

Police in Rhode Island say three dogs left in a vehicle on a day when temperatures soared into the 90s have died, and their owner is facing charges