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Lawsuits on guns and claims of selectman self porn
One of his clients is the woman who is suing the first selectman of Stonington, claiming he sent her a picture of his genitals.
Thu May 16, 2013
Stonington group's application to raise chicken issue
A Pawcatuck woman who is a principal in Chicken Lovers Urge Change , has filed an application to change the town's zoning regulations so residents can raise six hens, or two hens per household member on residential properties.
Tue May 14, 2013
Brewery Trail and a new ap all part of Beer Week
The legislature established the Brewery Trail and on Tuesday, during the state's Beer Week, got a look at the app.
Stonington woman is new director of state coalition to help homeless
Lisa Tepper Bates of Stonington, the executive director of the Mystic Area Shelter & Hospitality Inc., has been named the new executive director of the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness.
Mon May 13, 2013
Accident temporarily knocks out power in Stonington
Power was knocked out to a large section of Pawcatuck early this morning and a portion of Pequot Trail was temporarily closed after an SUV driven by a woman, who police say was intoxicated, struck a utility pole.
Sat May 11, 2013
Stonington police won't act to silence dirt-biking teen
Stonington Board of Police Commissioners Chairman Scott Bates said Thursday night that police will not take action to stop a teenager from riding his dirt bike on his family's Richmond Lane property.
Stonington paving plans outlined
The Highway Department and its subcontractors are scheduled to begin the first phase of the town's $3.5 million paving and road repair project next week.
Fri May 10, 2013
Anti-Dog Ban Bill Passes Connecticut House
The Connecticut House of Representatives has approved a bill that would block towns and cities from enacting breed-specific bans on dogs.
Police logs - May 10
Lori St. Jean, 46, of 368 Grindstone Hill Road, North Stonington, was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and driving with a suspended license.
Wed May 08, 2013
Students skipping dissections bill
Connecticut students who object to dissecting frogs, fetal pigs and other dead animals in science classes may soon be able to opt out.
Concerns about Plan for Using Sandy Relief Funds
Connecticut legislators today approved a state plan to use $72 million in federal Storm Sandy relief money primarily to rehabilitate housing that was damaged during the storm last November.
North Stonington residents speak out on future of YMCA property
Four days after the town officially filed a lawsuit against Van Brown, more than 100 residents at a special town meeting Tuesday night took just over two hours to make their case for what should happen next to the land at 96 Button Road.
Tue May 07, 2013
Union files new complaints against L+M
Two new unfair labor practice charges have been brought against Lawrence + Memorial Hospital over issues related to employees who work for Lawrence + Memorial Physician Associates, a hospital subsidiary.
North Stonington firefighters spend day battling brush fire
Firefighters from several area departments battle a brush fire spanning several acres in a wooded area off Pendleton Hill Road in North Stonington on Tuesday.
Chambers plan Friday fundraiser in Stonington
The Velvet Mill will be a potpourri of activity Friday when two local Chambers of Commerce get together for the second annual Fusion fundraiser.
New gym could signal an economic rebirth for Pawcatuck's vacant mills
Located in 5,000 square feet of the former Harris Graphics mill complex in Pawcatuck is a new business that town economic development officials hope is a precursor of things to come.
Mon May 06, 2013
Student's teach history with technology
The next time you take a stroll through downtown Mystic you may notice more than just sale signs on some storefronts.
Sat May 04, 2013
"Girl Rising" sends message of empowerment
At the heart of the documentary "Girl Rising" is this idea: educating a girl is a powerful force for change.
Mystic businesses welcome spring, end of construction
Mary Ellen Grills, left, owner of the Peppergrass and Tulip shop talks with Ali Kauffman, right, while sitting at Grills' craft table for kids during downtown Mystic's celebration of spring and near completion of construction in the area with businesses offering special promotions and events Saturday, May 4, 2013.
Raise a glass to clean water at the Knick
During their studies in geography class, seventh-grade students at the Pine Point School Stonington were concerned when they learned about the scarcity of running and sanitized water in other parts of the world.