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Lamont Wise, 35, of 19 Pratt St., 1st floor, New London was charged Monday with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct.
Though the mayor, U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney and his staff, and representatives of the U.S. Postal Service have met twice in the last month to discuss the status of the post office building on Masonic Street, which has been for sale since 2012, no buyer has been identified and a sale does not appear imminent.
Too many unanswered questions about costs have doomed, for the time being, a request to appropriate $300,000 for a new surveillance camera system in the city.
Sean D. Elliot has been appointed to be the chair of the National Press Photographers Association's Ethics & Standards Committee, NPPA president Mark Dolan announced today.
About a dozen people walking from Western Massachusetts to Washington, D.C., made a stop Monday morning in New London, where Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio greeted them.
Connecticut veterans who plan to attend the upcoming 10th annual Heroes 4 Hire Career Fair are invited to the Connecticut Department of Labor's American Job Centers at 1 p.m. today for a workshop on how to prepare for a career fair and follow-up with potential employers.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) March 10--GROTON -- With its longtime director less than three weeks from retirement, the Office of Planning and Development Services has become the subject of much debate recently with town councilors and merchants among those saying the department needs to change the way it does business.
Tom Spinnato, center, of New London, charges into the water wearing a mermaid costume Sunday during the annual Penguin Plunge at Ocean Beach Park in New London, to benefit the Special Olympics.
Eric Anderson, 28, of Chicopee, Mass., was charged Saturday at Mohegan Sun with breach of peace and third-degree assault.
Blake Lamothe, right, addresses a group gathered in October 2012 at the Palmer Steaming Tender Restaurant on Depot Street, which he owns, signaling a special passenger train trip from New London, Conn., to Brattleboro Vt.
The northeast district of the city, which includes Hodges Square, Riverside Park and the surrounding neighborhood, is home to about 3,000 residents and another 3,000 students, cadets and faculty at Connecticut College and the Coast Guard Academy.
Ron Gaska and Sir Jasper want to get rolling again and may be able to as a result of a crowdfunding effort intent on raising the $3,600 necessary to repair belts and wheels on Gaska's custom-made, motorized wheelchair.
Dick Campo of Waterford, drummer and founder of the Dick Campo Big Band, plays his Gretsch drum set, resembling the color scheme of a 1957 Chevy, at his home in Waterford on March 6. Yeah, yeah, yeah, John, Ringo, George and Paul.
The city will see a 10 percent increase in the cost of its liability and auto insurance policy and an increase in its deductible for that policy to $500,000, the city's finance director said Friday.