2015 BLIZZARD

Towns, hospitals getting ready for the storm

Lawrence + Memorial Hospital in New London opened its emergency command center this morning, and hospital officials are planning a noon meeting to make decisions about storm staffing, surgery rescheduling and other issues, Mike O'Farrell, hospital spokesman, said today.

Impending blizzard brings big rush to local businesses

It's not just bread and milk that people are stocking up on in advance of the impending blizzard.

UPDATED: Malloy declares state of emergency, issues travel ban

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has declared a State of Emergency in preparation for the coming blizzard, which is anticipated to heavily impact the state tonight through Tuesday.

Blizzard is coming, and it's a big one

The blizzard that is expected to bury the state in 2 feet or more of snow beginning today has the potential to be among the top five biggest winter storms on record, a National Weather Service meteorologist said Sunday.

Norwich still benefits from Main Street program

It’s been nearly five years since Norwich lost its status as a full-fledged member of the Connecticut Main Street Program that provides economic development consulting, workshops, promotions and awards for member downtowns, but city officials have now found a low-cost way to join the program.

Volunteers brave winter weather for annual count of bald eagles

Dozens of volunteers across Connecticut braved freezing temperatures to conduct the annual mid-winter bald eagle survey earlier this month.

Montville eyes new school buses

The school system is looking to begin to replace its fleet of school buses using a combination of grants and local funding, according to Superintendent Brian Levesque.

Bill would let municipalities charge hotel tax

State Rep. John Scott, R-40th District, has introduced a bill that would allow municipalities to charge their own hotel and restaurant tax.

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Benefits of supporting the public library

Increased financial support for the Public Library of New London is long overdue.

Reform campaign law for governor's race or drop it

Fix it if possible, but don't hold another election for governor under these rules.

Say it ain't so, Tom

A simple solution to the Deflate-gate controversy: Don't allow NFL teams to supply their own footballs.

Saudi shame

Saudi Arabia's actions are hypocritical.

LETTERS

New London is a great place to live

Wright brothers were the first to fly

Finizio has done an outstanding job

COLUMNS

Courtney still at work to set the abolition vote record straight

U.S. Rep. Courtney will release an online guide to Connecticut's vote on abolition.

Emperor Malloy protects realm

Allegations raised by utility regulators were serious.

Can Pats fans really handle the truth now?

This is, roughly, Day Seven of deflated footballs making national news. Now there’s some kind of...

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