Voila: New London is saved
Earlier this year, in welcoming the new president of Connecticut College, Katherine Bergeron, to New London, I suggested she might want to have lunch with Mayor Daryl Finizio, to help warm up town-gown relations.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Building a U.S. military for the future
In its overall approach and philosophy, the military portion of President Barack Obama's budget proposal is sound.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Hong Kong: A Very Reliable Jurisdiction
It is possible to incorporate a limited company in Hong Kong in just one week with a share capital of only US$1.
KBE Building Corp. Completes Construction of Groton Commissary to...
KBE Building Corporation has completed construction for a $14.5 million, 57,000 square-foot commissary in Groton, Connecticut.
Sex charges dismissed when alleged victim declines to testify
New London Superior Court Judge Hillary B. Strackbein dismissed sexual assault charges against two men with prior sex assault convictions Monday after the alleged victim, a teen-age boy, decided he did not want to testify at trial.
Disabled Vet Has Car Stolen, Still Told to Pay Taxes On It
The attack submarine USS Virginia departs Naval Submarine Base New London to begin her first scheduled full-length deployment, October 2009.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Call to Artists: Latin Network for the Visual Arts Accepting...
The Latin Network for the Visual Arts invites Latin artists to submit artwork to be considered for Latin Views 2014, its 7th and final Biennial Exhibition at the University of Connecticut's Avery Point Campus in Groton at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art in the historic Branford House Mansion.
Noank School Groton Community Garden Project Meeting
There is a meeting scheduled on the Noank School Garden proposal, open to the Public and Town Officials, on Thursday March 13, 2014 at the Groton Public Library from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.
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Reader Submitted: Call For Artists
Call for artists: Art on Groton Bank is holding its 8th annual outdoor art show on the grounds of Bill Memorial Library, 240 Monument Street, Groton, on July 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine.
Read Across America event at Avery Point is real page-turner for youngsters
University of Connecticut Avery Point campus student Stephen Strosser, left, of New London, dressed as the Cat in the Hat, attempts to fix his hair and hat as he sits with Rafael Perez of Waterford, dressed as Jonathan the Husky, the UConn mascot, while participating Sunday in a Read Across America event in the Branford House at the school's Groton ... (more)
Dog abandoned in Groton finds home with Westerly family
Julie Reay-Kaytor of Westerly with "Latte," a pit bull abandoned on Dec. 30 in Groton.
Groton sees increasing demand for a soup kitchen
The demand for free food has gotten to the point that the Department of Human Services and at least one church believe Groton needs a soup kitchen.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Police logs - March 2
William J. Popp, 33, of 57 Gorton St., Apt. A3, New London, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended license, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to obey a traffic control signal, possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
UPDATED: No one hurt in fire in Groton home, but pets perish
Two people were displaced after a fire heavily damaged about 50 percent of a home on Pleasant Valley Road North this morning.
Proof magnet school concept works
Southeastern Connecticut residents have many reasons to be proud of the 3-year-old Marine Science Magnet High School located in Groton.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Updated: Stonington man dies from injuries sustained in Route 2 accident
A 53-year-old Stonington man who was the co-owner of a local hearing aid business died Thursday at Rhode Island Hospital from injuries he sustained Sunday when he was struck by a vehicle on Route 2 in North Stonington.
State Bond Commission approves funds to repurpose two Pfizer buildings, start bioscience center
The State Bond Commission allocated funds Friday to repurpose two buildings on Pfizer Inc.'s Groton campus, create a bioscience center in one of those buildings, and improve Norwich's wastewater treatment plant and public housing.
A bridge to nowhere in Old Mystic
The historic flood of March 2010 forced the closure of a small bridge on North Stonington Road in Old Mystic, cutting off one of the access roads to the Old Mystic Fire Department.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Town police seize drugs, arrest Groton man at hotel
Groton With a narcotics-related search and seizure warrant in hand, town police raided a room at the Rodeway Inn on Thursday where they said they seized heroin, crack cocaine and marijuana packaged for sale.
Class size scrutinized at Fitch High in Groton
Superintendent Michael Graner said he would review staffing levels across the district after a taxpayer group complained about underenrolled classes at Robert E. Fitch High School and the Board of Education asked him to look into it.