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It's been an almost stunningly beautiful summer - moderate temperatures, plenty of blue skies, and very little of Satan's most loathsome meteorological foil: humidity.
Mystic Indoor Tennis, which closed down Aug. 1 in the midst of bankruptcy proceedings, is expected to reopen in the next two months under new ownership.
A judge in New London this week set a Dec. 9 date for a hearing on a motion for a preliminary injunction against Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio by New London Police Chief Margaret Ackley.
CreateHereNow is the name of the program run by the state department of Economic Development and the Connecticut Office of the Arts.
Edgardo O. Centeno of New London pleaded guilty Tuesday in Hartford federal court to conspiring to distribute cocaine in southeastern Connecticut.
As the 175th anniversary of its first stop in New London approaches, efforts are underway to make sure the schooner Amistad will be able to spend the weekend in New London.
New London A motorcycle versus car accident on Montauk Avenue Tuesday resulted in minor injuries for both the driver and cyclist, according to New London Police Captain Steven Crowley.
Accused killer Keith R. Delvalle has hired a private attorney who will be working with Delvalle to decide whether he wants a probable cause hearing in New London Superior Court.
Amanda Toler, 21, of 8 Holly Terrace, New London, was charged Monday with third-degree assault and breach of peace.
The announcement by Connecticut Education Commissioner Stefan Pryor that he will not serve past the end of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's first term has all the appearances of a political move intended to improve the governor's chances of having a second term.
Capt. Kevin Bentley, right, and mate Joe Brider, both of New London, measure the bigeye tuna caught by crew mate Philip Strickland, 73, of Groton in the foreground, helping gas up the boat, the Reelin, out of Capt.
Messiah Mims, 2, of New London swerves to avoid the hedgerow Tuesday as he drives his fancy set of wheels down the sidewalk along State Pier Road in New London.
An engineering and environmental analysis of the proposed bridge that would carry pedestrians across Water Street to the planned National Coast Guard Museum has concluded that the best location for the structure would be from Parade Plaza to the current site of the Greyhound bus terminal.
The Board of Education's investigation of Terrence P. Carter, the man unanimously appointed in June as the city's next superintendent, is on track to be completed next week, according to the board's attorney.
Governor Dannel P. Malloy, center, moves out of the way for patron Maurene Kennedy, right, a local artist who resides in Waterford, as she reaches into a cooler for a bottle of water at Muddy Waters Cafe in New London Monday, August 18, 2014.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 01:29 am
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