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8 hrs ago | The Day
Crew members aboard the Freedom Schooner Amistad perform routine maintenance while docked at Long Wharf Pier in New Haven Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
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11 hrs ago | The Day
Moira O'Malley, right, of Stonington, reacts as Peg Moran of Friends in the Country of Pawcatuck, pulls out an iris from an arrangement during the Stonington Farmers Market at the Stonington Town Dock.
11 hrs ago | The Day
Vince Thompson and Friends perform live at the Hygienic Art Park in New London as part of The Day's weekly Live Lunch Break concert series.
14 hrs ago | The Day
For a small city, New London has its share of restaurants-as-town-hall-meeting-spots.
Kyle Seitz had a routine before going to work: dropping his son at day care, grabbing a cup of coffee, then heading to his job on Grove Street.
A Waterford father charged with leaving his two children in a dangerously hot car Tuesday was charged earlier this year with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs with the same two children in the car, according to a bail commissioner.
The state Board of Education this afternoon extended the term of the state-appointed special master tasked with overseeing the city's schools through the end of next June.
New London An 18-year-old city woman was arrested Wednesday after police said she stabbed a relative in the stomach.
Commander Gabrielle McGrath, in charge of the IIP stationed in U. S. Coast Guard Station New London, will explain the history of the patrol, how various countries work together, and how the technology has changed over the years.
Accounts of quality of life issues discussed at the June 20 City Council meeting elicit several thoughts.
The child was left unattended inside a parked vehicle for "an extended period of time," according to police.
John Morgan, 61, of Waterford, has been charged with risk of injury to a minor after reportedly leaving a 6- and 9-year-old in a hot car with the windows rolled up.
The questions of whether the city should repeal three ordinances - the authorization of $1.1 million in bonding, and the general government and education budgets for fiscal year 2015 - will be in the hands of voters at the November election.
Thomas H. Faria, who resigned in March as the chief executive officer of Sheffield Pharmaceuticals, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court today to a felony violation of the Clean Water Act for knowingly discharging untreated industrial wastewater to the New London sewage treatment plant from 1986 to 2011.
A police officer observed a Holyoke man allegedly attempting to steal a parked motorcycle in New London, Conn.
Moving Fiddleheads into the proposed Klewin development at Parcel J seems misguided.
Courtney Bitters, 31, of 23 Chase Oak Court, Groton, was charged Sunday with risk of injury to a minor, disorderly conduct and third-degree assault.
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