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May 22, 2013; Updated: 12:43 pm
Vice President Joe Biden told the 227 graduates they will confront challenges unimaginable years ago, from the stateless actors that seek to do great harm, the large growth in piracy and human trafficking and the new need for complicated operations...
May 22, 2013; Updated: 10:27 am
John Constantine, a deckhand on the lobster boat Sara Elizabeth, strings bait Tuesday at the town dock in Stonington.
May 22, 2013; Updated: 9:59 am
A trio of girls row their way up the Mystic River passing Mystic Seaport and the privateer Lynx on a warm and sunny Tuesday afternoon. The Lynx is visiting the Seaport as part of the boat's swing up the East Coast, ending at a tall ships festival in...
May 22, 2013; Updated: 11:54 pm
The Renaissance City Development Association and Riverbank Construction are trying to figure out what to do next, days after Riverbank’s proposed housing development in Fort Trumbull fell apart.
May 22, 2013; Updated: 11:52 pm
There is excitement, some skepticism and many lingering questions about the city’s planned transition into an all-magnet school district.
May 22, 2013; Updated: 11:50 pm
Proposed changes to a town ordinance would leave the two registrars of voters without medical and disability benefits when their terms end in 2014.
May 22, 2013; Updated: 11:48 pm
Stonegate Village owner Third Garden Park LP and the Planning and Zoning Commission appear ready to settle after the owner filed a lawsuit against the town in August.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 10:28 am
As advised by the town attorney, the Board of Selectmen Tuesday night put off voting on whether to support a bill that would create a special taxing district for the state-owned Seaside property.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 10:01 am
Founder and vice president Shirley J. Gillis cites a lack of funding and an inability to attract new leadership among the reasons for the decision to close the facility as of June 30.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 12:01 am
Residents approved both the 2013-14 budget and a proposed $6.3 million police station at the annual referendum Tuesday night.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 11:40 pm
With a special permit and site development plan approvals now in hand, advocates of the Chelsea Gardens botanical garden plan to launch a major capital campaign to raise the $20 million needed for the first phase of the project on 80 acres at the...
May 21, 2013; Updated: 11:38 pm
The City Council, for the third and final time Tuesday, approved the 2013-14 budget of $82 million.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 10:35 pm
Millstone Unit 3 began producing power again early Sunday morning after a 35-day shutdown for refueling, but not until after a problem with instruments that monitor the equipment that controls the nuclear fission reaction was corrected.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 10:34 pm
The Groton Town Council voted Tuesday night to send two measures forward to voters at referendum: one to modernize the Groton Town police station and a second to extend utilities up Flanders Road to the Interstate 95 interchange.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 10:31 pm
The Ice Rink Authority needs more information from the manufacturer of the existing cooling system before determining whether the rink can reopen in the near future, authority Chairman Francois “Pete” Desaulniers told members Tuesday.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 7:46 pm
St. Germain is an English language arts teacher at Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School, with a teaching career spanning nearly two decades.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 6:51 pm
The program will be presented by Dr. Sandeep Varma, medical director of the arthritis center. He will educate participants about the signs and symptoms of lupus and treatment.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 6:47 pm
Krista Bachl, doctor of audiology, will present information regarding hearing loss and aging. The presentation provides guidance about when it’s time for a formal hearing evaluation.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 6:45 pm
Residents may drop off prescription medication, including controlled substances, over-the-counter medication, vitamins and supplements, and pet medication. No identification is required and the drop-off is free.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 12:47 pm
New London -- Michael Fishbein, Ph.D., has been named Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, Mitchell College has announced.
Fishbein, who starts this week, most recently served...
May 21, 2013; Updated: 12:23 pm
Hartford — Niantic, the seaside village in East Lyme, emerged as the favorite Connecticut locale among Facebook voters who participated in the Connecticut Office of Tourism’s Fan-Favorite Town promotion.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 10:10 am
Groton - The City Council approved a budget Monday night of $16.9 million for the coming fiscal year, which will hold the tax rate stable at 4.5 mills.
Councilors approved the budget...
May 21, 2013; Updated: 12:05 am
With assurances from the mayor that he supports City Council's proposed $82 million budget, the council approved the 2013-14 spending plan for the second time Monday.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 12:04 am
A developer is interested in converting the Richard R. Martin Neighborhood Center into affordable senior housing.
May 21, 2013; Updated: 11:59 pm
Tammy Schrapfer and Kyle Holland carry their daughters, Desirae, 2, and Cynthia, 3, on their shoulders as they leave Poquonnock Plains Park Monday in Groton.