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6 hrs ago | The Day
Brown is a fundraising campaign specialist for United Way and holds a bachelor's degree from Norfolk State University.
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10 hrs ago | The Day
It's not an official world record. Not yet. What Groton's Chris Annino did Saturday in the parking lot at Ocean Beach Park in New London - pulling a 3,000 pound automobile via a shoulder harness for 1 mile - still has to be certified by folks like the Guinness Book of World Records.
11 hrs ago | Free Republic
Daryl Justin Finizio, the recently elected Democratic Party Mayor of New London, Connecticut has apologized to the families and homeowners who lost their homes as a result of the city's decision to condemn properties in the Fort Trumbull area of that city.
14 hrs ago | The Day
The report released by the state Department of Labor showed a more than 10,000 decline in Connecticut employment in January, which prompted a leading business group to brand it as "some of the worst news we've seen in quite some time."
18 hrs ago | TheDay.Com
Children of all ages are invited to the Faery Tea Party and Children's Fashion Show this Sunday at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London.
22 hrs ago | The Day
No listening party is complete without cupcakes, and Straight to VHS' recent gathering at the Telegraph record store in New London was no exception.
The University of Connecticut plans to spend $10 million of its NextGenCT funding to demolish a vacant building that divides the Avery Point campus in two.
The accident was reported at 2:53 p.m. in the area of 274 Connecticut Ave. The unidentified juvenile, who police said was alert and conscious, was taken by ambulance to Lawrence + Memorial Hospital for treatment.
A New London man arrested last year as part of a far-reaching narcotics investigation was sentenced Friday to time served, or about 80 days in prison, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Travis Clark, left, account manager, and Rob Kitzmiller, right, hardscape crew leader, of Hyde Park Landscape Inc., work on the garden display of their booth while vendors prepare Friday for opening night of the 33rd Annual Southeastern Connecticut Home Show at the Connecticut College Arena and Athletic Center in New London.
Timothy D. Bates and Steven Spellman, both of Noank, have been nominated by Gov. M. Dannel Malloy today to serve as Superior Court Judges.
Principal Tim Smith strives to make every new student feel immediately welcome at Pawcatuck Middle School.
Valerie A. Tamano, who for 30 years has worked in New London Public Schools, announced this week that she will retire June 30. Tamano, the manager of the district's executive support services, submitted her letter of retirement March 10 and made public her decision at Thursday night's Board of Education workshop.
The Board of Finance took its first look Wednesday at the 2014-15 proposed education and town budgets, which together represent $65,854,620 or a 4.24 percent more than this this year.
New London Fire destroyed a ground floor apartment and smoke damaged another at the Nutmeg Woods apartment complex on Thursday, displacing tenants from at least two apartments.
Erin Ailworth and Deirdre Fernandes report. Democratic candidates for governor back a law that a powerful union supports, even if it might increase government costs.
It's only fair that each community in southeastern Connecticut has a reliable Indian restaurant.