WWII heroes to give congressional gold medal to Ohio museum


Doolittle Raiders' congressional gold medal to be given to Air Force museum in Ohio

Institute honoring the late Sen. Ted Kennedy to be dedicated today in Boston

Full-scale replica of US Senate the centerpiece of building honoring the late Sen. Kennedy

Two bodies found at NYC explosion scene

Emergency workers found two bodies Sunday in the mass of rubble left behind when three apartment buildings collapsed during an apparent gas explosion and fire in Manhattan’s East Village, police said.

Drownings along Rio Grande spike after enforcement surge

Drownings along Rio Grande spike as immigrants wade into weed-choked canals to avoid detection

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Charles E. Shain Library at Connecticut College reopens early after $10 million renovation

With its modern chairs, large windows for natural lighting, group study rooms and high-end computers, the library's $9.875 million design is meant to create "a starting point for community on the campus."

Volunteer highlights ongoing need in Vanuatu

A Groton native and Peace Corps volunteer has a direct connection to the Tropical Cyclone Pam disaster and is focused on helping the area recover.

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Wife who doesn’t enjoy sex got bad wedding day advice

DEAR ABBY: I’ve been married more than 20 years and have three children.

Stonington step dancer qualilfies for international competiton

Piper Doyle, a Stonington resident and a fifth-grade student at Mystic Middle School, has recently qualified to compete at the World Irish Dance Championships in Montreal. She began taking lessons at the age of 4 and has been competing at dance...

ECSO performs Mozart concert Sunday at the Cathedral of Saint Patrick

The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, along with the Norwich Diocesan Choir and the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Chorus, held a Palm Sunday performance of Mozart's Requiem in D minor, K. 626, at the Cathedral of Saint Patrick

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There goes Sen. Formica, down Ritter's Seaside hole in Waterford

Sen. Paul Formica seems clueless about what's been going on at Seaside.

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Overnight fire in New London displaces 13

A fire that broke out around 1 a.m. at 62 Jay St. displaced 13 residents and injured one.

Police Logs - March 30

Groton City A 15-year-old juvenile was charged Sunday with interfering with a police officer. Groton Town Samuel R. Carter, 25, of 325 Huntington St., New London, was charged Saturday with...

Groton sub base briefly placed in lockdown Saturday

The U.S. Naval Submarine Base was placed in lockdown briefly Saturday morning after a report of “suspicious vehicle activity” near the main gate on Route 12.

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