Support slips for cruise ships in New London

The Connecticut Cruise Ship Task Force, whose mission was to promote New London as a stop for cruise ships, no longer exists.

USS Missouri escorted home to Groton

A patrol boat from the U.S. Navy's Coastal Riverine Squadron 8 raced up the Thames River while escorting the attack submarine USS Missouri en route to the submarine base Friday.

Local veterans inducted into Class of 2014 Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame

Edwin Francis Atkins of Montville, Samuel Báez of Waterford, a U.S. Navy veteran and Robert T. Getman, of Old Lyme, a U.S. Coast Guard veteran who was honored posthumously were among 10 veterans inducted into the Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame...

NFA shines light on alumni veterans

About 100 veterans and around 50 active-duty military members were recognized Friday night before Norwich Free Academy’s football game as part of NFA Shines, a celebration of the newly installed, state-of-the-art permanent field lights that...


New president charting a fresh course at Mitchell College in New London

The new Mitchell College president is helping to brand the small liberal arts college as a "high touch" college option.

Legendary Revolutionary War ship may be found

The local woman leading the search for John Paul Jones’s Revolutionary War ship the Bonhomme Richard in the North Sea, said her team has made the most promising find of its nine-year effort.



Malloy could become the parks governor

Gov. Dan Malloy could create a legacy with a vibrant new park system in eastern Connecticut.

Does Thanksgiving mark the Pequot massacre in Mystic?

Some research points to a connection between the Pequot massacre in Mystic and Thanksgiving.


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Groton woman charged with unemployment compensation fraud

Authorities on Friday arrested a Groton woman on charges she illegally collected more than $11,000 in unemployment compensation benefits.

Chicken coop fire extinguished in Gales Ferry

Firefighters extinguished a chicken coop fire today that had threatened to extend to the adjoining home at 1013 Long Cover Road in the Gales Ferry section of town.

State's Attorney said trooper justified in shooting Waterford man

New London County State’s attorney Michael Regan ruled that State Trooper Bryan Fahey took appropriate action when he shot and wounded a 44-year-old Waterford man after the man rammed police cruisers in an attempt to escape.