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Public Library of New London trying not to let a tight budget slow it down

Premium Content The Public Library of New London continues to do a lot with a budget and staff that have shrunk in the last few years.


Easter sunrise in Norwich

Premium Content Worshippers gather atop Meetinghouse Rocks at the Avery Memorial Chapel of First Congregational Church of Norwich for Easter sunrise services Sunday in Norwich. The Rev. William Dunlap led a service...


Work begins on playground tribute to Sandy Hook victim

Premium Content A crew of volunteers poured the foundation this weekend for the playground that will be built during the next seven days as a tribute to Grace McDonnell, 7, one of the 20 first-graders who died in...


Coalition targets suicide with sign

Premium Content A suicide prevention sign will be erected at the New London entrance to the pedestrian walkway over the Gold Star Memorial Bridge over the Thames River, thanks to a Connecticut College initiative.


Mystic food impresarios can't stop thinking big

Premium Content Daniel Meiser, the co-owner of the Oyster Club and The Engine Room restaurants in Mystic, is expanding his local ventures to include a butcher shop and possibly a shellfish growing operation and a...


New Norwich station takes spot on AM dial

Premium Content Kevin Harkins has started a low-power radio station in Norwich that broadcasts information about local events, attractions and history.


Mother, son struggle after losing home to fire

Premium Content Two months after a fire destroyed their home, Ken Willett, 56, and his mother Rosa “Toni” Photie, 87, are still piecing their lives back together. They say community support and a sense...


Nature center programs help celebrate earth week

Premium Content The Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center will sponsor three Earth Week events this week in conjunction with the StoneRidge community.


Premium Content Empty Bowls event April 29 at Stonington High

Stonington High School's Empty Bowls event on April 29 will raise money for Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center Food Pantry and the school’s Helping Haiti Orphanage Project.\n

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Gales Ferry House Fire

The Gales Ferry Fire Department battles a wind driven house fire on Chapman Lane Monday April 14, 2014.

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NOAA: Be on the lookout for seal pups

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is asking residents of coastal New England to be wary of seal pups on local beaches.


Not all in R.I. want university cops armed

The University of Rhode Island's plan to arm campus police is drawing mixed reviews from students and faculty, with some saying it's long overdue at the nation's only public university where campus...


New Haven teams canvass campaign aims to halt killing of city's children

"We want to stop the senseless violent crimes that have been stealing our children from New Haven families, stealing life itself from young people in our city, and stealing all the potential...



Final Poirot mysteries to air this summer

This summer, actor David Suchet will complete a task 25 years in the making when the final adaptations of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot mysteries are aired. However, if fans want to see...


On the waterfront in New London

Premium Content The Sea Majesty from Panama is guided Monday by a Thames Shipyard tugboat in New London Harbor as they pass in front of Waterfront Park in New London.


CNN unveils new prime-time lineup

CNN unveiled a new prime-time schedule to advertisers Thursday that further moves the cable channel away from a reliance on hard news and political chat.

Most significantly, CNN is getting...


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Premium Content Police logs - April 21, 2014

Emile Tsuma, 31, of 510 Thames St., Groton, was charged Sunday with second-degree breach of peace.

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Alixzandra O'Neil, 25, of 13 Brainard St., New London, was charged Friday with second-degree...

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Richard Delossantos, 50, of 15 Memory Lane, Waterford, was charged Friday with driving under the...

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Woman says beau stole her dog, TV on 1st date

No stolen hearts on this first date. Instead, a New Jersey woman says a man she met on a dating...

Premium Content Minor injury reported in New London fire

City firefighters made quick work of a fire on the third floor of a multi-family residence at 47...

Premium Content Crash damages utility pole in Norwich

A crew from AT&T was working to replace a utility pole late Friday following a motor vehicle crash...


Premium Content Local lawyer still committed to public housing class-action

Eight years after a class-action lawsuit was brought on behalf of the tenants of the Thames River...

Premium Content Court document details Norwich rape case

A 32-year-old Norwich man accused of sexually assaulting a woman he picked up at Mohegan Sun last...

Premium Content Defense attorneys: Chyung murder case will be overturned

Attorneys for Chihan Eric Chyung, who was found guilty last month of fatally shooting his wife, are...

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