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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 $179,900 which is roughly $107/per square foot. More New London information.

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6 hrs ago | LocalOnlineNews.tv

Chester Resident Headlines Storytelling Festival - Apr. 25-26

Chester resident Tom Lee is one of four headliners for the 33rd Annual CT Storytelling Festival held at Connecticut College in New London.

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10 hrs ago | TheDay.Com

Good Friday walk stresses unity

As the bells of the city's churches tolled at noon on Good Friday, about 60 people gathered at St. Sophia Hellenic Orthodox Church to observe the 12 stations of the cross by walking with a crucifix to 12 different churches and other places of note in New London.

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14 hrs ago | The Day

Lending growth lifts Chelsea Groton profits

Chelsea Groton Bank saw its profits increase by 17 percent last year, according to financial results released Thursday, thanks largely to one of its best years ever for loan originations.

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19 hrs ago | The Day

Minor injury reported in New London fire

City firefighters made quick work of a fire on the third floor of a multi-family residence at 47 Eastern Ave. on Thursday night.

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20 hrs ago | TheDay.Com

Mayor Finizio unplugged

What a treat to see it at the base of State Street, its gold figurehead almost poking into the downtown, framed on one side by the red brick of Henry Hobson Richardson's masterpiece, Union Station.

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Yesterday | TheDay.Com

Howard Street parking lot added to plans for New London Shaw's Cove

The Shaw's Cove area could be the site of significant development in the next year, with a 450-space parking lot now proposed down the street from a planned retail and residential complex announced last fall.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

The Day

East Lyme negotiating boardwalk repairs with Amtrak

The revetment project, which involves a sloped area of rocks and concrete, will have the effect of protecting Amtrak's train track from another storm surge like the one that occurred two years ago when Superstorm Sandy barreled into the region, destroying the boardwalk.

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TheDay.Com

Region's job numbers can't keep pace with state's in March

Connecticut gained nearly 5,000 jobs in March, but the Norwich-New London area was not so fortunate, according to employment statistics released today by the state Department of Labor.

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The Day

Waterford underbilled Crystal Mall for sewers

The Utility Commission neglected to charge meters at four properties, including Crystal Mall, for sewer service as far back as 2009, resulting in $128,000 in back charges.

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The Day

Satti clear choice in state Senate race

Three years ago, Mayor Finizio energized the New London Democratic Party in an unprecedented way, but the election process was a fractious one.

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The Day

New London police investigating armed robbery

New London City police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at around 9:20 p.m. Wednesday at the Galaxy Convenience Store at 121 Montauk Ave., at the corner of Orchard Street.

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The Day

Church stages tale of 'Everyman'

Kara Jones, from left, of Pawcatuck, as "Good Deeds," Jason Rusk of Groton as "Kindred," and David George of Pawcatuck, as "The Older Everyman" rehearse their roles with fellow cast members.

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The Day

Grasso students wow judges in trade competition

Ciara Hamilton of New London colors a client's hair in the cosmetology shop at Ella T. Grasso Southeastern Technical High School in Groton earlier this month.

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TheDay.Com

Police logs - April 17

Jerry Lee Rodgers Jr., 23, of 159 Shaw St., Apt. 2, New London, was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Day

Adventures in kimchi, part II

Add the gochugaru gradually if you're not sure how spicy you want your kimchi to be.

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The Day

Three New London teachers named to state "Dream Team"

Three New London teachers were named Wednesday to the Connecticut Dream Team, a group of 97 teachers from 86 schools who will develop resources to help other teachers implement the new Common Core State Standards.

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The Day

Armed man attempts to rob New London convenience store

New London A man armed with a semi-automatic handgun attempted to rob the Quick Mart convenience store at 61 Walden Ave. this morning, police said.

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TheDay.Com

Montville water custoners could see rate increase

Montville The Water Pollution Control Authority has proposed a slight increase to the water rate, the first increase to customers in four years, according to WPCA administrator Brian Lynch.

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TheDay.Com

Defense attorneys: Chyung murder case will be overturned

Attorneys for Chihan Eric Chyung, who was found guilty by a New London jury last month of fatally shooting his newlywed wife, are seeking to overturn the conviction based on their claim that the jury verdict contains inconsistent findings concerning Chyung's state of mind.

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TheDay.Com

'Pig out on Reading' in New London

Daisy II, a 51 2-year-old male pot-bellied pig, and his owner, Farmer Minor, of Bristol, pay a visit Tuesday to the Public Library of New London.

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