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Premium Content Maynard opponent finds himself in an awkward position

For Republican Kevin Trejo of Groton, the task of unseating popular state Sen. Andrew Maynard would be a difficult one under normal circumstances.But that task has been made even harder by the...


Premium Content Eastern Savings Bank hosts Norwich chamber gathering

The Greater Norwich Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a Business After Hours Event Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Eastern Savings Bank, 1 Slater Ave , Jewett City. GNACC members pay $10...


Premium Content Celebrate the harvest in the Last Green Valley

The Last Green Valley, Inc. will host its ninth annual Tastes of the Valley on Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Mansion at Bald Hill, 29 Plaine Hill Road, Woodstock.


Premium Content State police remove grenade without incident in Jewett City

Bomb technicians from the state police Emergency Services Unit responded Thursday morning to Leon's Auction House at 2 Wedgewood Drive in Jewett City after a grenade was found in a toolbox that was...


Premium Content Soccer teams test NFA field's new lights

High school boys’ soccer teams from Ledyard, Griswold and Norwich Free Academy were the first athletes to play games under the newly installed permanent lights at the NFA athletic field...


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Premium Content New London mayor's no-show delays Fort Trumbull talks

The debate over a possible change of control of some parcels of land at Fort Trumbull appears to be at a standstill until the issue works its way through the City Council’s committee process.


Premium Content Ocean Beach packs up for the season

Jeff Mullen, owner of Action Amusements, cleans the canopy for the car and motorcycle ride while he and his employees work on breaking down and cleaning the rides Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 for the end of the season at Ocean Beach Park in New London. (Dana Jensen/The Day)


Premium Content Water taxi survey available through midnight Sunday

Of the 179 people who responded thus far to the online survey about the pilot water taxi service on the Thames River the last two weekends, 98 percent said they enjoyed the ride and 95 percent said they would ride it again to visit area attractions.


Premium Content Montville full-day kindergarten boosts literacy skills

Data from Montville schools’ first year offering full-day kindergarten show improvement in early literacy skills among the town’s kindergarteners.


Premium Content 3 recent inspections worry Millstone safety committee

A citizens’ panel charged with overseeing safety related issues at Millstone Power Station grilled representatives of the nuclear power plant Wednesday about whether three recent special inspections by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission signal a systemic problem there.


Regional Sports

H.S. roundup: Old Lyme girls cruise to 7-0 win over Westbrook

Hannah O'Brien and Maddie Ouellette scored two goals apiece as Old Lyme High School rolled to a 7-0 victory over Westbrook in a Shoreline Conference girls' soccer match on Thursday.

Mitchell's Roberts to retire after 28 years as men's soccer coach

Dean Roberts, who guided the Mitchell men's soccer program from the junior college ranks into a a four-year NCAA Division III program, will retire after this season, his 28th at the school.

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