Snow, snow and more snow - but not a record for the region

So far, Groton has received 53.25 inches of snow, more than doubling the average winter snowfall of 23.2 inches of snow. But the snowfall totals didn’t break the 1995-1996 record when Groton received 71.4 inches.

Angelo Santaniello, retired state Supreme Court justice, dies at 90

Santaniello was appointed Circuit Court judge in 1966 and judge of Common Pleas in 1971, and sat as a Superior Court Judge from 1973 to 1985. Then-Gov. William A. O’Neill appointed Santaniello to the state’s highest court in 1985. In 1987, Santaniello stepped down from that position to become a senior associate justice, which is a part-time position.

Primary medical care getting renewed interest in region as mandatory insurance increases demand

"Nationally, there is renewed interest in primary care," said Kent Stahl, vice president for physician network development for Hartford HealthCare. "We want to build a system that supports primary care, because that's the key to value in health care."

March comes in like a lion covered in snow

Sunday's snow is expected to give way to sunny skies and milder weather today.

Stonington among towns to oppose tax break for golf courses

First Selectman George Crouse and chief elected officials from several other communities have opposed a proposed General Assembly bill that would reclassify golf courses as open space, a move that would dramatically lower their assessments and the taxes they pay.

Proposal for senior housing in Norwich dropped for good

A controversial plan for an active-adult community in Taftville between Hunters Road and Merchants Avenue has been abandoned, and this time it cannot be resurrected.

Stonington first selectman wants to add five jobs

In his first proposed budget as first selectman, George Crouse recommended last week that the town add or fill five full-time positions.

Home-schooling parents upset with Newtown panel proposals

Parents’ rights organizations from across Connecticut, including home schoolers, contend they would be treated unfairly by some public policy recommendations prompted by the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Knitted socks for needy students come in from around the world

At Carmen Arace Middle School in Bloomfield knitted socks have become part of the fabric of the community for fashion-conscious students.



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Are you saddened by the news of the likely move of the Pawtucket Red Sox?





I don't know


Remember the longest game in 1981?


I remember it as a kid; it's an institution.


What's the big deal? It's just moving down the street.


Where they're moving on the Providence waterfront will be great.


The new park will be a boon to game attendance.


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