Time lapse: Printing press removal at The Day

The seven-month process of disassembling and removing The Day's printing press is condensed into a 35-second time-lapse video. A camera captured a picture every 10 minutes from April 7 to Oct. 24 to document the work in the pressroom at The Day's building in downtown New London.
The Day’s press went silent in August of 2011. The Day and The Times weekly publications are printed by the Providence Journal.

 Time lapse: Press removal at The Day

A ghoulish, howling Halloween in Norwich

Light rain and wind with temperatures in the low 40s couldn't deter trick-or-treaters determined to get the candy that was rightfully theirs.

Court affirms New London man's right to sue city

On Monday, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld U.S. District Judge Stefan R. Underhill's decision that the city is not immune from a federal lawsuit in which Daniel Golodner, a security contractor, claims New London stopped doing business with him in retaliation for suing the city for police...

Firefighters contain Lantern Hill fire

Firefighters from throughout the region worked to extinguish a brush fire Thursday night that had crept its way along a steep ridge near the silica mine between Lantern Hill and Wintechog Hill Roads.

Federal appeals court upholds Michael Thomas' embezzlement conviction

A federal appeals court has upheld former Mashantucket Pequot Chairman Michael Thomas' conviction and 18-month prison sentence on charges he embezzled more than $100,000 from the tribe that owns Foxwoods Resort Casino.

Trick-or-treater struck by car in Norwich

A young girl was taken to the hospital Friday evening after she was struck by a car while trick-or-treating with her parents, police said.

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38th District voters must choose among three good candidates.

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Contest for high profile vacancy should be a good one.

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