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  1. Groton Town police make 4 arrests after recovering stolen vehicleRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | TheDay.Com

    Groton - Town police on Monday recovered a stolen vehicle and made four arrests while conducting a surveillance operation outside a local hotel. Police, who did not name the hotel, said they were working with the Regional Community Enhancement Task Force when a vehicle caught their eye.


  2. While Somers writes, her representatives workRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | The Day

    I read state Senator Heather Somers' op-ed, “ Bypass plan blocked, next stop the budget ,” , about the Republican view of the budget for Connecticut. Somers stated, "Pick up the phone, plead that your legislators come back from vacation, return to Hartford and get to work." Just for the record, my two state representatives for Groton, Chris Conley and Joe de la Cruz, took time off from their full-time jobs and spent all day at the Capitol working on the budget.


  3. Police logs - July 21Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | The Day

    David Crumb Jr., 53, of Springfield, Mass., was charged July 14 with breach of peace and interfering with an officer. Charles J. Lecourt Jr., 53, of 360 Thames St., Apt.


  4. Helicopter carrying WWE's Shane McMahon makes emergency ocean landingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | TheDay.Com

    In this May 21, 2010 file photo, Shane McMahon, right joins his mother, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Linda McMahon, center, and his sister Stephanie, at the Connecticut Republican Convention in Hartford, Conn. On Wednesday, July 19, 2017, a helicopter with Shane McMahon aboard made an emergency landing in the ocean off New York's Long Island.


  5. State employees overwhelmingly ratify concessionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | The Day

    Unionized state employees have voted overwhelmingly to ratify the concession deal negotiated with the administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, shifting the focus to a closely divided General Assembly, where Republicans say they will attempt to reject an agreement worth an estimated $1.57 billion over two years. The State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition announced late Tuesday morning that 85 percent of the votes cast were in favor of accepting concessions that will freeze wages and 83 percent backed increased contributions for health and pensions and other benefits-related concessions.


  6. CT Port Authority to move headquarters from Hartford to Old SaybrookRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | The Day

    Old Saybrook - The Connecticut Port Authority is moving its headquarters from Hartford to Old Saybrook, the "heart of Connecticut's maritime economy," board Chairman Scott Bates said. The port authority, a quasi-public agency established by law in 2014, is responsible for developing and marketing the state's three deepwater ports in Bridgeport, New Haven and New London, as well as its smaller harbors, and promoting its maritime economy.


  7. Beverage industry working to stop fees in any budget dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | The Day

    With no state budget in place yet in Connecticut, at least one group is stepping up efforts to make sure some ideas floated during the regular session don't find their way into a final deal. A coalition calling itself "Keep CT Affordable," an initiative partly funded by the American Beverage Association, has been using social media this summer to help persuade state lawmakers not to resurrect proposals such as a higher handling fee on returnable bottles and cans; an expansion of the bottle redemption law to include teas, juices and sports drink; and the imposition of a state excise tax on sugary drinks.


  8. Eno retires as Lyme first selectman; Mattson replaces himRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | The Day

    From left, Steven Mattson, Parker Lord, Ralph Eno, and Rosie, Eno's dog, Monday at Lyme Town Hall. Lyme - Steven Mattson, a selectman for the past 13 years, was sworn in Monday as the town's new first selectman, as Ralph F. Eno Jr. retired after more than two decades of leading the town.


  9. Program that teaches people with disabilities bike riding comes to East LymeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | The Day

    East Lyme - When Laurie LaTerza's daughter, Sofia, got up on a bicycle by herself last summer, the sense of accomplishment and independence she felt was huge, her mother said. "She was all smiles," said LaTerza, a Guilford resident.


  10. Waterford's Lewis pitching in for the SchoonersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 30 | The Day

    Mystic Schooners pitcher Connor Lewis, the former Waterford High School standout, warms up before a NECBL game against the Vermont Mountaineers on June 14 at Fitch High School in Groton. Groton – Connor Lewis took a hard punch to the gut during his New England Collegiate Baseball League debut on opening night earlier this month.


  11. Aetna to leave Connecticut headquarters for New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 29 | TheDay.Com

    Insurance giant Aetna made it official on Thursday, announcing it will move its headquarters to New York City beginning in late 2018 after nearly two centuries in Hartford, Connecticut. Mark Bertolini, Aetna's CEO and chairman, said New York City is a "knowledge economy hub" and a driver of innovations.


  12. Malloy protects jobs by signing casino billRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 28 | The Day

    What appeared at times to be a political long shot became reality Tuesday when Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed into law a bill that authorizes the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes to jointly develop and operate the state's third casino. Malloy played this one smart, helping to unobtrusively guide legislation by sending signals of what he would accept and sign but choosing not to strongly advocate for any proposal, recognizing his support could become a political liability.


  13. Local roundup: Schooners edge Gulls on Johnson's RBI single in 10thRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2017 | The Day

    Groton - Cam Johnson singled home Andruw Gazzola in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Mystic Schooners beat the Newport Gulls 2-1 in a New England Collegiate Baseball League game on Saturday night. Gazzola singled to lead off the inning and, two outs later, scored on Johnson's hit.


  14. Hartford firefighter killed in 2014 blaze had drugs, alcohol in his systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2017 | The Day

    HARTFORD, Conn. - A recently obtained state toxicology report shows the Connecticut firefighter who died while battling a house fire in 2014 had alcohol and marijuana in his system.


  15. Malloy preparing to run state without new budget in placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2017 | The Day

    Hartford - Connecticut legislators still have hope of reaching a budget agreement before the state's fiscal year ends next week, but Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Wednesday he is moving ahead with preparations to run state government without a final plan in place. The Democrat sent a letter to state lawmakers outlining the "principles" behind how he will maintain essential state services and obligations using his executive authority.


  16. Sandy Hook families given too much deferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2017 | The Day

    Deference to the families of the schoolchildren and educators murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown in 2012 has gone much too far. The latest manifestation of this deference was the decision of Connecticut's only NBC television affiliate, WVIT-TV30 in West Hartford, not to broadcast Megyn Kelly's Sunday night interview with Alex Jones, provocateur of Infowars and promoter of the allegation that the school massacre was a hoax.


  17. Students out thousands of dollars after Connecticut flight school closesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2017 | The Day

    In this Wednesday, June 14, 2017 photo, Arslan Mamiliyev, who was training to become a commercial pilot at the American Flight Academy in Hartford, Conn., stands outside the building where the school was located. He and other international students are suing the school, saying they lost thousands of dollars and are being forced to leave the country after the school closed following two fatal plane crashes.


  18. Rhodes Scholar seeks to save Connecticut's capital cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 22, 2016 | The Day

    Rhodes Scholar Luke Bronin graduated from Yale Law School, served as a U.S. Navy intelligence officer in Afghanistan and worked as a senior Treasury Department aide when the Obama administration was trying to prevent a repeat of the Wall Street credit crisis.  But the 36-year-old mayor of Hartford, Connecticut, may be facing his most difficult challenge yet: saving the distressed capital city from financial collapse. Hartford, where a third of its 123,000 residents live in poverty, faces a $50 million deficit, nearly 10 percent of its budget, and may not receive a lifeline from the cash-strapped state.


  19. Doctors, lawyers and lawmakers team up to take on opioid crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2017 | The Day

    Hartford - Connecticut lawyers who are dealing with opioid addicts in their practices and neighborhoods have joined forces with lawmakers and doctors to shape the state and federal response to the epidemic. Last year, 917 residents died of accidental opioid overdoses in Connecticut.


  20. River pilgrimage takes paddlers on 400-mile spiritual questRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2017 | The Day

    In this June 3, 2017, Elizabeth Stevens paddles along the western edge of the First Connecticut Lake near the headwaters of the Connecticut River, northeast of Pittsburg, N.H. Episcopal dioceses in New England have organized a 40-day "River of Life" pilgrimage of canoeists and kayakers of all faiths along the 400-mile river, trading cellphones for paddles to partake in a spiritual journey. Charles Montgomery welcomed the challenge of hiking the steep terrain of the Connecticut River headwaters in remote northern New Hampshire, admiring the birds, the plants, the woods.


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