House approves bill that could lead to casino

The state House of Representatives has passed a bill that would enable the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes to establish a joint business entity that could eventually pursue a casino project in a municipality willing to host it.

Presidential Scholar from Old Lyme hopes to help others as a doctor

While Eric Pan’s high achievements have earned him awards, the relationships he’s built during high school are what stand out most to him.

New London school board again approves agreement with Garde Arts Center

The Board of Education on Thursday night narrowly approved a memorandum of agreement with the Garde Arts Center and the state to outline the parameters of operation of a visual and performing arts magnet high school at the downtown performing arts center.

Suspected serial robber charged with another convenience store robbery

State police arrested Tuesday suspected serial robber Timothy J. Foye with the April 6 robbery of the Henny Penny convenience store on Route 12 in the Gales Ferry section of town.

Norwich Adult Education graduates overcome hardships to earn diplomas

Norwich Adult Education awarded 36 diplomas to graduates in three programs Thursday.

 Norwich Adult Ed graduation

State troopers honored for efforts to combat heroin in Griswold

Town officials gathered at Town Hall on Thursday to honor the efforts of state police to combat the heroin problem plaguing the small town.

Waterford names new interim superintendent of schools

The Waterford Board of Education on Thursday announced that beginning July 1, the interim superintendent of schools will be H. Kaye Griffin, who has served as interim superintendent in Salem, Sterling and Fisher's Island.

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New London budget plan backslides on fiscal responsibility

The council ignored warnings of a baked-in budget deficit, but the mayor in large part has himself to blame.

Maynard must decide fitness to serve

Still recovering the effects of a serious brain injury suffered in a fall last July, Sen. Maynard is not the legislator he was.

Chamber hit jackpot with Etess selection

Mitchell Etess perfectly matches the Citizen of the Year criteria: “a person who has made significant contributions to the region’s civic and business life.”

Isn't Mumford Cove tax break enough?

Groton would not allow either Groton Long Point or Mumford Cove to be built today with their residents’-only beaches.

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Pequots and Mohegans: What a difference a few hundred years can make

The Mashantucket Pequot Museum tells a history of when Connecticut's two gaming tribes were at war.

We've all been having a ball around here, thanks to Etess

It would be an otherwise inconspicuous concrete wall, except for what’s written on it:...

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