New London, Norwich, Preston receive grants for brownfield studies
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, left, Mayor Deb Hinchey, center, and City Manager Alan Bergren, right, look across the Thames River at the edge of a brownfield site in Norwich Wednesday, April 16, 2014.
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Senate's Top Democrat Seeking Quinebaug Presidency
Senate President Pro Tempore Donald E. Williams Jr. said Tuesday that he is a candidate for the presidency of Quinebaug Valley Community College, a small state college with campuses in Danielson and Willimantic.
Kindergarten registration to be held in Preston
Preston Public Schools will conduct kindergarten screening and registration for the 2014-2015 school year April 22 and 23 at Preston Veterans Memorial School, 325 Shetucket Turnpike.
Lost history, Seaside's sad saga
Unfortunately, it appears one of our primary motivations for supporting a long-standing and long-troubled proposal for redeveloping the Seaside Regional Property in Waterford - preservation of its historic structures - is off the table.
Police logs - April 4
Tiffany Wells, 29, of 16 Meryl Court was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to drive in the proper lane on a multiple-lane highway and failure to have stop lamps or turn signals.
Preston residents quickly approve new plow truck and state $5 million demolition grant
About 15 residents Thursday approved the purchase of a new plow truck to replace a plow truck that broke down during the winter and also formally approved accepting a $5 million state grant awarded in February to continue the demolition of the buildings at the former Norwich Hospital property.
Preston board to review budget
The Board of Finance on Monday will review details of the proposed $3.3 million 2014-15 general government budget that calls for a 4 percent, $127,049 spending increase.