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The New London Moose Lodge is establishing a fine reputation for its charitable Poker Runs. Back in April, the lodge conducted its first Poker Run and raised money for the Gemma E. Moran United...


Premium Content Water restored following water main break in Bozrah

Water was restored late Tuesday night to more than 200 Bozrah customers who lost service after a 30-inch cast iron water main broke early that morning, a Norwich Public Utilities official said...


Premium Content Norwich Public Utilities reports water main break in Bozrah

Norwich Public Utilities is working to repair a water main break on Fitchville Road that was reported at about 9:20 a.m. today and could take up to 24 hours to repair, utility officials said.


Premium Content Lamb's 'Wishin and Hopin' takes us back to '64

Behind Norwich Free Academy's Cranston Hall on Friday, the buffed and polished parked cars were vintage. The assembled kids looked like proper 1960s Catholic-school students — the boys in...


Premium Content Courtney promotes need to refund Export-Import Bank

Hartford - For Nick Vasile, controller at the Gilman Brothers foamboard manufacturing plant in Bozrah, doing business overseas without the protection of the Export-Import Bank of the United...


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Premium Content Ledyard Public Schools announce free, reduced lunch policy

Ledyard — Ledyard Public Schools today announced its policy for determining eligibility for free or reduced price meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs or free milk served under the Special Milk...


Premium Content Carter cover letter mirrors one from man seeking job in Michigan in 2011

A cover letter submitted in 2011 by Frederick Charles Clarke, then a candidate for the superintendent job in Rochester, Mich., contains a similar passage.


Premium Content Charles W. Morgan arrives in New London

With little fanfare, the Charles W. Morgan arrived early this morning at City Pier, the last stop for the whaling ship before it returns home to the Mystic Seaport.


Premium Content State waits on Carter's certification application to be superintendent

The state Department of Education has put on hold its review of Terrence P. Carter’s application to become a certified superintendent until the Board of Education’s investigation into his background is complete.


Premium Content Swimming area at east end of Rocky Neck closed

East Lyme – The swimming area at the east end of Rocky Neck State Park is closed after it failed water quality tests, the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection announced today.


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Premium Content Local roundup: Gerber leads Tigers past Spinners 11-3

Lowell, Mass. - Michael Gerber had three hits, including a two-run triple in the first inning, with three runs and three RBI as the Connecticut Tigers bashed the Lowell...


Premium Content Local roundup: Perry ousted in quarters at Connecticut Amateur

North Stonington — Phil Perry of Black Hall Club lost in the quarterfinals of the 112th Connecticut Amateur golf championship Thursday at Lake of Isles.


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A total of 6 events have been found.

The Jim Lafayette Memorial Series of Writers of Science Fiction and Fantasy — 6:30 pm; Wed., Jul. 30

Washington Park Concert — 6:30 pm; Thu., Jul. 31

Betty Buckley — 9:30 pm; Fri., Aug. 1

The Voice of Broadway with Betty Buckley — 7:00 pm; Fri., Aug. 1

Messages from the Other Side, Aug. 2, Waterford — 6:00 pm; Sat., Aug. 2

One Book, One Region Book Discussion — 6:30 pm; Wed., Aug. 6