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Serial burglar's life of crime detailed at federal sentencing

Premium Content Bridgeport - Serial burglar Mark T. Missino's life of crime, as told by his lawyer when Missino was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court to 17 years in prison, began...

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Norwich Public Utilities ready to build natural gas fueling station

Premium Content Norwich - Norwich Public Utilities announced today that preliminary design work on a new natural gas fueling station has been completed, and the project is slated...

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At future playground in Mystic, a celebration of a life lost at Sandy Hook

Premium Content UPDATED 6:34 p.m. Lynn McDonnell etched her daughter's name and the words “Peace,” “Love” and “Aloha” in wet cement on Thursday near...

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UPDATED: Mystic Aquarium awarded National Medal for Museum and Library Service

Premium Content U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., joined Mystic Aquarium officials Thursday morning to announce that the aquarium received the National Medal for Museum and Library Service, making it the only...

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Slight water hazard

Premium Content Cyrus Hotchkiss, 7, of Narragansett, R.I., receives instructions on his golf swing from his grandfather, Art Hotchkiss, while hitting balls into Beebe Cove in Noank Wednesday. Hotchkiss said at low...

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Ledyard Town Council cuts $500,000 from education budget

Premium Content Following outspoken criticism of an 8 percent tax rate hike at Monday’s public hearing of next year’s spending plan, the Town Council voted Wednesday to reduce the Board of Education...

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L+M invites donors to talk about strike, proposed tax on hospitals

Premium Content Lawrence + Memorial Hospital has invited 750 past and current donors and others to private forums next month to talk to them directly about recent controversial issues, including a proposed property...

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Preparing seed bombs at Avery Point for Earth Day

Premium Content Tabitha Jacobs, left, and Tiffany Rich, students at UConn's Avery Point campus and members of the campus environmental club, Eco Husky, make "seed bombs" Wednesday as part of the club's annual Earth...

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Teen Safe Driving For Parents With Tim Hollister

Tim Hollister, who lost his 17 year old son Reid in a car accident. Is a national speaker and authority for teen safe driving.


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State to make bonus striped bass vouchers available beginning May 1

Premium Content A striped bass voucher allows an angler to retain a single small striper measuring at least 22 inches but less than the standard minimum legal length for striped bass, 28 inches.

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Red Cross awards $1.05 million to support Sandy recovery

Premium Content The funds will support the unmet recovery needs of Connecticut residents affected by Sandy and who are primarily living in cities and towns without local Long Term Recovery Groups, according to a...

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FBI releases heavily blacked out Sandy Hook records

Of the 175 pages released in response to a Courant Freedom of Information request, 64 were completely redacted and most of the other 111 pages were heavily redacted.

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Schooner and sentinel

Premium Content The schooner Mystic Whaler passes Ledge Light at the mouth of New London Harbor on Monday en route to New London's City Pier. The Whaler spent the winter at Mystic Seaport.

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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...

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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.

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Premium Content Police logs - April 24

Jason Murphy, 38, of 14 Hillcrest Ave., Ledyard, was charged Wednesday with criminal attempt to...

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Alexandra A. Aponte, 24, of 69 Branford Ave., Groton, was charged Monday with driving under the...

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Premium Content East Lyme teen reported missing

Police have issued a Silver Alert for a 15-year-old boy reported missing today from East Lyme.

Premium Content Brush fire damages Housing Authority equipment in New London

City firefighters extinguished a fire Thursday that damaged a utility trailer and scorched a wooded...

Premium Content Police investigate vandalism at Camp Claire

As volunteers converge on Camp Claire this weekend for an annual cleanup day to ready the...

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Premium Content Man to serve 7 years, register as sex offender for juvenile sex assault

A former resident of Gales Ferry pleaded guilty today in New London Superior Court to sexually...

Premium Content Jury selection underway in Norwich murder case

Daquan “Q” Holmes, 27, is accused of fatally shooting Johnny Amy, 25, on Franklin...

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