Boating on the Black Hall River


A skiff motors through the waters of the Black Hall River in Old Lyme, Monday.

DEEP questions proposed location for USS Groton sail

A joint committee of town, city and other officials want to locate the sail of the town's namesake submarine on the lawn of Groton Heights, but a DEEP commissioner says it belongs by the Thames River.

Riverside Park, Veterans Field master plans presented to City Council

The City Council on Monday night got a glimpse at what two of the city’s parks could look like and how they could be used if New London approved millions of dollars of restoration work.

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Meetings for the week of July 5

Municipal meetings from around the region for the week of July 5.

Norwich ready to embrace artist Ellis Ruley as a native son

Efforts are coming together this summer designed to ensure that African-American artist Ellis Ruley is celebrated as a talented native son and is included in heritage tourism promotions.

Crowds flock to Dunes Beach Park in Misquamicut

Crowds flock to the water off Dunes Beach Park in the Misquamicut section of Westerly Friday. The National Weather Service forecasts clouds and rain for July 4th with the sun returning Sunday.

Two women arrested after man is stabbed in New London

Police arrested two New London women Saturday night following a domestic dispute that sent one man to the hospital with a stab wound, police said.

State police release details of pedestrian fatality in Preston

State police in Montville said a pedestrian who was killed early Friday was in the travel portion of Route 2 when he was struck by two cars.

Police nab second suspect in Norwich home invasion case

Norwich police have arrested a second man in connection with an armed home invasion on April 24 on Reynolds Street.

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UPDATED: Search for baby in river is a recovery operation

Police searching for 7-month-old child of man who jumped off bridge into Connecticut River

Connecticut institutions reconsider honors for those linked to slavery

To rename or not? After shooting, institutions reconsider honors for figures tied to slavery

Connecticut sweet corn early thanks to new farming techniques

First crop of Connecticut-grown sweet corn ready for holiday weekend due to growing techniques

Supreme Court ruling on threats may affect Connecticut case

Connecticut man charged in judge threats case using recent US Supreme Court ruling

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