New London County stories
Jitters about new classes, excitement about new teachers and confusion about bus schedules – all the hallmarks of the first day of school — were manifest at Clark Lane Wednesday morning.
Stonington Recreation Administrator Joe Mendonca Jr. has informed the town that he will resign on Sept. 12.
The city plans an appeal of a decision by state labor officials that directs the city to rehire fired former recreation director C. Roger Moss, according to Norwich Human Resources Director Brigid Marks.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has acquired 50 acres in Whalebone Cove from The Nature Conservancy that will be added to 66 acres there already owned by the service as part of the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge.
The findings of the New London Board of Education's investigation into superintendent appointee Terrence P. Carter are scheduled to be made public at this evening's board meeting.
A total of 13 events have been found.