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May 19, 2013; Updated: 12:19 pm
It’s Crüe-lly ironic, of course. Peter Pan, the boy who could fly and who never aged: dead of a heroin overdose in the Chateau Marmont, 1983. It was the same year that Mötley Crüe, the most outrageous of hair-metal...
May 19, 2013; Updated: 11:59 pm
As the city makes its transition to an all-magnet school district, members of the Board of Education are seeking input from parents on the change and will welcome questions on magnet schools at a forum scheduled for Tuesday.
May 19, 2013; Updated: 11:51 pm
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May 19, 2013; Updated: 11:49 pm
Illustrator Tim O'Brien, left, delivers the commencement address Saturday as the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts hold a graduation ceremony for the Class of 2013 on the college's campus in Old Lyme. Recipients of bachelor of fine arts degrees are:...
May 19, 2013; Updated: 11:42 pm
More than 50 public agencies, hospitals and private companies offered screening and health information at the Total Life Expo on Saturday at Mohegan Sun.
May 19, 2013; Updated: 11:36 pm
Preston First Selectman Robert Congdon was taken to The William W. Backus Hospital, then flown by helicopter to Yale-New Haven Hospital, where he was in the intensive care unit from Thursday night until he was released Saturday, he said.
May 19, 2013; Updated: 11:29 pm
Thursday - Budget referendum, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., Community Center.
Monday - Mayor...
May 18, 2013; Updated: 11:41 pm
Lynn Malerba, the first female chief in the history of the Mohegan Tribe, urged the graduates of Mitchell College Saturday to never lose their enthusiasm for the things they love.
May 18, 2013; Updated: 12:07 am
The 2013-14 budget will go to a town vote at the annual budget meeting Monday. Next year’s town and education budget totals $32,853,111.
May 18, 2013; Updated: 12:06 am
The school district administration is proposing moving the Coastal Connections work study program to Niantic Center School and will hold an information session on the proposal Monday.
May 18, 2013; Updated: 12:04 am
A property owner is suing the town and a neighbor in an attempt to stop work on a wetlands remediation plan that he claims not only would not correct the problem, but would allow further encroachment onto a disputed right-of-way on his property.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 4:53 pm
First Selectman Robert Congdon, who also serves as the town's public works director, was hospitalized Thursday night after he was struck by a limb as he used a chain saw to clear a tree from River Road.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:24 am
A sea of white folding chairs takes over Tempel Green at Connecticut College Friday in New London, in preparation for college's 95th commencement Sunday morning.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:18 am
Hundreds of residents lined up along Misquamicut State Beach Friday morning for Hands Along the Sands, an event designed to show that the beach survived Superstorm Sandy.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 11:55 pm
During its regular meeting Friday, the RCDA said it was informed Tuesday that Riverbank Construction was no longer going to obtain financing from M&T Bank, headquartered in Buffalo, N.Y., and instead was going to fund the project itself.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 11:49 pm
The changes include new weekend train service to Old Saybrook; new weekday late morning service to Old Saybrook and New London; and two special Friday-only trains to and from Old Saybrook.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 6:59 pm
Over the past seven years and eight expeditions, the Ocean Technology Foundation has explored thousands of potential targets in the North Sea in an effort to find the wreck Bonhomme Richard, the flagship of Revolutionary War naval hero John Paul...
May 17, 2013; Updated: 1:41 pm
The first new construction in Fort Trumbull since the area became the focus of a national fight over eminent domain was delayed Thursday after developers apparently were unable to demonstrate financing for the $24 million Village on Thames project.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:36 am
The school district will save $500,000 in transportation and tuition costs when nine special education students graduate in June, and the district plans to spend that money on support staff for an additional special education program at the high...
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:33 am
Norwich Police Officer Anthony Gomes was one of four law enforcement officers honored Thursday for accomplishments and continued dedication to their jobs by the Norwich branch of the NAACP as part of National Police Week.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:33 am
The Board of Finance this week named Max Zachem, son of current member Kenneth Zachem, to fill a vacancy on the board that has been criticized in recent months from within and from outside town officials.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:22 am
Paul Urbanowicz of InCord Custom Safety Net Solutions of Colchester re-hangs the outfield netting on the softball field Thursday at Washington Park in Groton after replacing a section of the cable from which it was suspended.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:10 am
The Norwich Municipal Ice Rink cannot reopen for at least three weeks, and only then if pressure tests being done today on the more than 300 tubes in the cooling system come back positive.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:02 am
The authority would be empowered to charge property owners, including those who are tax-exempt, based on how much of their property is impermeable. The money collected would be applied to the cost of managing stormwater runoff.
May 16, 2013; Updated: 6:58 pm
During a jammed meeting Thursday night at which some people yelled from their seats and others walked out cursing, fire district taxpayers replaced three board members and approved spending a little more than half of what the board had sought.