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Summer sounds in Groton

Premium Content Revelers dance out the month of July on Thursday as the sun sets at Esker Point Beach in Groton and the band Sunday Gravy performs in the Summer SoundWaves Concert Series. Next week marks the final...

Firm founded by Heather Somers didn't meet investment goal

A company founded by Republican lieutenant governor candidate Heather Somers benefited from a $1 million equity investment from the state in 2000 meant to spur job creation - a goal that was never...

Command handoff in New London

Premium Content Capt. Andrea M. Marcille, right, the former Coast Guard Leadership Development Center commanding officer, pins a command pin on her relieving commanding officer, Capt. Gregory D. Wisener.

Montville losing four, maybe five, police officers

Premium Content Since June, one Montville Police Department officer has left, three more are on their way out the door, and the status of a fifth officer is up in the air, according to Lt. Leonard Bunnell.

NORWICH JOINING NATIONAL NIGHT OUT EVENT SET TUESDAY

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Norwich - The 31st Annual National Night Out event, sponsored by the Norwich Police Department, will take place Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Shop Rite Supermarket parking lot, 624 West...

AUTHOR OF 'FOOD IS MEDICINE' TO SPEAK, PART OF FUNDRAISER

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Groton - Dr. Brian Clement, director of the Hippocrates Health Institute, will give a talk titled "Survive or Thrive," about enhancing longevity and healing disease with healthy foods from...

ENSLOW CAMPAIGN FILES 2ND COMPLAINT IN DISTRICT 47 RACE

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The campaign of Noah Enslow in the Aug. 12 Republican primary for the 47th District state House of Representatives nomination filed a second election complaint Thursday against opponent Doug...

UNIT 2 AT MILLSTONE BACK ON LINE AFTER FOUR-DAY SHUTDOWN

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Waterford - The Unit 2 reactor at the Millstone Power Station began producing electricity again about 8 p.m. Wednesday, after being shut down for four days.

Plant spokesman Ken Holt...

Premium Content Enslow campaign files second complaint in District 47 race

The campaign of Noah Enslow in the Aug. 12 Republican primary for the 47th District state House of Representatives nomination filed a second election complaint Thursday against opponent Doug Dubitsky alleging he misused a public access cable...

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Raw video: Foley press conference turns heated

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley and State Senator Cathy Osten get into a heated dispute over the Fusion Paperboard plant closing during Foley's press conference in Sprague Tuesday July 29, 2014.


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State unemployment insurance tax stokes complaints

Nearly 100,000 employers in Connecticut are about to get sticker shock as the state mails annual tax bills to pay interest on its $433 million federal loan for unemployment benefits for workers let...

McKinney, GOP candidate for governor, critical of Foley promises

Premium Content On Thursday, state Sen. John McKinney, R-Fairfield, held a press conference in Stratford to explain a plan to eliminate the state income tax for tax filers who earn less than $75,000. The plan would...

McKinney seeks to eliminate income tax for middle class

Premium Content Republican gubernatorial candidate, state Senate Minority Leader John McKinney of Fairfield announced a plan to eliminate state income taxes for income tax filers who earn under $75,000 in fiscal...

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Riding the Westerly rabbit

Kristen Maciorski, right, snaps a photo of her daughters, Kali, 6, and Kyla, 2, on the Runaway Bunny sculpture in Westerly's Wilcox Park on Friday while Amy Sherman, left, steadies her daughter,...

Outcry, action against harassment grows at Comic-Con

Mariah Huehner attended her first Comic-Con as a newly minted comic book editor a few years ago, looking to network with artists. But at a nighttime party in a hotel by the bay, she realized that...

Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ will stay in New York City

It's not really a surprise, but it's official anyway: "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" is staying in the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City.

When Colbert takes over from David Letterman...

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Michael Evans, 46, of 43 Long Hill Road, Groton, was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct and...

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Jeffrey Esernia, 24, of New Britain was charged Sunday with breach of peace.

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Premium Content Police warn Jewett City residents of phone scam

State police said they have received numerous complaints from Jewett City residents about a...

Premium Content Woman held in assault of elderly man in Waterford

Wendy Lynch of 17 Redden Ave. pleaded not guilty to second-degree assault on an elderly person and...

Premium Content Norwich police seek suspects in armed robbery at beauty supply shop

Police continued their investigation late Wednesday into an armed robbery at a beauty supply shop...

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Premium Content Lawyers to meet with New London high-rise tenants as lawsuit heads to trial

Members of the Reardon Law Firm are holding an informational session at the Thames River Apartments...

Premium Content State Supreme Court upholds bank negligence in St. Bernard School embezzlement

The state Supreme Court has upheld a 2012 jury finding that Bank of America's negligence enabled a...

Premium Content DEFENDANT PLEADS GUILTY BEFORE TRIAL IN BANK ROBBERY CASE

Jerry David Thompson pleaded guilty this morning to robbing the Citizens Bank in downtown New...

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