1 hr ago
There's a Santa after all
Don Dickens of Stonington, dressed as Santa Claus, leads children and parents from the picket line at L+M Hospital to Harbor School for a toy giveaway on Tuesday hosted by the United Labor Agency for the locked out nurses and technicians and their children.
5 hrs ago
Taking a closer look into Stonington fire
A firefighter uses a flashlight to size up blockage in a chimney that resulted in a fire Tuesday at 264 North Water St. in Stonington.
5 hrs ago
Stonington about to lose link to the sea that has endured for 134 years
Family-owned Wilcox Marine Supply, which began in 1879, will close early next year mainly because of increasingly strict commercial fishing regulations that have led to a dramatic decline in customers, according to owner Jeff Wilcox.
5 hrs ago
Stonington High principal to retire
Murphy, 63, said he plans to do more teaching at University of St. Joseph in West Hartford and spend more time with his grandchildren.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Winter storm prompts schools to close early
A snow storm that is expected to come later this morning has prompted many school districts to close early today.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Mexican restaurant plan to be heard in Stonington
The Planning and Zoning Commission is slated to hold a public hearing Tuesday night on a proposal to open a Mexicali Fresh Mex Grill in the small shopping center next to the police station on Route 1. The national chain would fill a vacant storefront that has been home to a string of unsuccessful restaurants for more than a decade.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Police investigate robbery at North Stonington hotel
State police are investigating an early morning armed robbery at the Cedar Park Inn and Whirlpool Suites located at 85 Norwich-Westerly Road.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Stonington Kids Need Boots. Can You Help?
The Santa Anonymous Boot program, sponsored in part by TVCCA's Retired & Senior Volunteer Program , provides new winter boots to eligible Stonington children.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Schools close ahead of impending snow storm
New London High School will dismiss at 11 a.m. ; Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School will dismiss at 11:15 a.m., and will serve lunch.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Victim Identified In Fatal Crash with School Bus on Pequot Trail
Stonington Police have identified the victim in Monday morning's fatal crash on Pequot Trail as Sarah Delano, 26, of Granite Street in Westerly.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Getting to the Core at Beyond the Barre
Beyond the Barre is owned by Patti Carter, the 53-year-old Stonington mom who's been in the fitness business for 25 years.
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Paraprofessional Test Offered at MMS Friday
If you've ever thought about working in education, this might be a good place to start.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Merrill House named to National Register
The James Merrill House at 107 Water St., Stonington, has been awarded a listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
Make Avery Point a legislative priority
Southeastern Connecticut has a veteran legislative delegation, which should translate into greater influence in the General Assembly.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
"Booms" in Southeastern Connecticut Were Earthquakes
The Weston Observatory at Boston College said it recorded two small earthquakes near Norwich on Friday.
Three-day silent auction to feature gingerbread Stonington landmarks
A three-day silent auction sponsored by the Stonington Historical Society and the Stonington Garden Club later this week will feature gingerbread replicas of town landmarks such as the Captain Nathaniel Palmer House, the American Velvet Mill, and the Old Lighthouse Museum, the latter complete with its proposed but controversial addition.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
What's Up This Week in Stonington?
The Stonington Free Library's first Winter Reading Challenge, called 50 To Grow On , begins Monday, Dec. 2. Featuring 40 books every parent should read to their child; the other 10 are up to you! Sign up at the library to get your list and reading log.
Avery Point boosters want bigger slice of UConn pie
Local lawmakers who secured $15 million in the last legislative session for renovations at the University of Connecticut's Avery Point campus in Groton are now focusing on improving the math, science and engineering facilities there.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
No Answers for Rattled Old Mystic, Groton Residents About Mysterious Booms
Old Mystic Fire Chief Kenneth Richards Jr.'s Lantern Hill Road home "physically shook," at 9:09 this morning: "That was the loudest, the first one."