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New London, Connecticut is located in New London County. Zip codes in New London, CT include 06320. The median home price in New London is $175,000 which is roughly $113/per square foot. More New London information.

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Checking out the classic lineup in New London

Joann Appleton of Pawcatuck takes a look at a 1940 Ford Opera Coupe during the weekly classic car cruise night Monday at Ocean Beach Park in New London.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Patch.com

15 Men; One Gun; Four Arrests

A concerned person called 911 at approximately 6:03 p.m. Friday, July 18, due to a large crowd in the area of 195 Colman St., New London.

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TheDay.Com

New London police ID victim in fatal motorcycle crash

Police have identified the motorcyclist who died in a crash on Bank Street Saturday as 51-year-old Donna Starzecki of Shelton.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

The Day

New London school board to proceed with Carter contract vote

The Board of Education will go forward with its scheduled vote Monday on the contract for newly hired Superintendent Terrence P. Carter despite questions about whether he misrepresented his academic record, according to board Chairman Margaret Curtin.

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Patch.com

Fatal Motorcycle Accident in New London

New London police are investigating a fatal motorcycle accident that happened on Saturday afternoon along Bank Street, WFSB 3 reports.

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The Day

Man recounts day he forgot baby in hot car while at ShopRite in New London

Brian Pavao sat on the front step of a Groton apartment Friday evening, gently bouncing on his knee the 7-month-old baby he put in grave danger when he left her in the car in the ShopRite parking lot in New London on the afternoon of July 1. Laughing nervously, like he said he did after a police officer told him Sage was alive and breathing, the ... (more)

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

The Day

New London police arrest four, find fake gun after large gathering

Police said they arrested four men and found a facsimile firearm after responding Friday to a report that a large crowd that had gathered in the area of 195 Colman St. and a man was flashing a gun.

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The Day

Motorcyclist taken to hospital following crash on Route 1 in New London

New London A motorcyclist was taken to the hospital following an accident on Route 1 in front of the Mike's Famous Harley-Davidson store this afternoon.

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The Day

Incoming superintendent's qualifications questioned on eve of contract vote

In this July 2, 2014, Day file photo, Incoming New London Superintendent of Schools Terrence P. Carter takes part in a meet-and-greet gathering at Port-n-Starboard at Ocean Beach Park in New London.

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The Day

Young actors make history come alive at Hempsted House

Actors from local middle and high schools portray people who lived and worked in New London in the 1700s and 1800s on City Pier in New London during Sailfest on July 12. From left, Malaya Coleman, 12, of Groton portrays Mary Hempstead, Joan Miller, 18, of Montville, portrays Stephen Hempstead, Mikayla Brucoli, 12, of Waterford portrays Martha ... (more)

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Reader Submitted: National Theatre of the Deaf Annual Summer at...

For Immediate Release Contact: Kate Munsell, media@ntd.org July 15, 2014 National Theatre of the Deaf Annual Summer at Hygienic Event in its Third Year this Summer 2014 New London , CT: The National Theatre of the Deaf is pleased to announce the Third Annual Summer at the Hygienic event this August 17, 20, and 24. Performance times will be at 1pm ... (more)

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New London police detain a dozen men

New London police along with Waterford and Groton City police detained about a dozen men and took several into custody at the parking lot of the former Port City Auto at the intersection of Coleman Street and Walden Avenue Friday.

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The Hartford Courant

Connecticut Seeks Aid For Cross-State Freight Plan

With hopes of building freight traffic through New London 's port, the state is sponsoring the New England Central Railroad's bid for federal aid to improve its rail line to Massachusetts.

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The Day

Fire damages two small boats at Capt. Scott's in New London

A small boat was badly damaged and another has minor damage after a fire broke out on the first vessel while it was docked in Shaw's Cove downtown.

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The Day

New London police investigate car versus pedestrian accident at ferry terminal

Police are investigating a car versus pedestrian accident that occurred in the parking lot of the Fishers Island Ferry terminal.

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The Day

Friday Night Fun and Silly Hat Parade at Ocean Beach

The annual Costume or Silly Hat Parade, a New London tradition led by Grand Marshall Tony Pero, takes place at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Ocean Beach Park.

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The Day

New London begins long process to hire police officers

The New London Police Department is hoping the arrival of an estimated 30 potential recruits on Saturday is a step toward replacing the tide of officers who have departed in recent years.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

The Day

State adds 1,700 jobs in June

Connecticut's unemployment rate reached its lowest point since December 2008 last month, falling to 6.7 percent, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.

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7th Regiment Free Performance

The 7th Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps will perform its 2014 show, "Alexander's Legacy" in exhibition on Sunday, July 20, 2014 4:45 PM New London High School football stadium 490 Jefferson Avenue New London, Connecticut Enjoy some free family fun :-) The 7th Regiment Alumni Association is hosting a food drive the day of the performance.

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The Day

A blast from the past in East Lyme

A photograph of the damage caused by the Hurricane of 1938, taken at the corner of Main Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in Niantic, with the Morton House to the left, is one of many historical photographs on display at the East Lyme Public Library.

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