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Premium Content Lieutenant governor candidate Somers denounces prisoner early-release program

Heather Somers, of Groton, also wrote to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy Tuesday and called for the “immediate removal” of Michael P. Lawlor, the governor's undersecretary for criminal justice and...

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Premium Content Attendees of aerospace summit in Groton think sky's the limit for industry

One hundred and sixty people from as far away as Europe and Israel are expected to attend today’s Aerospace and Defense International Trade Summit at which Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will give the...

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Premium Content Science test scores of fifth-graders raise some concerns in Groton

Groton fifth-graders fell below the state average in meeting performance goals in science on the Connecticut Mastery Test, and results showed wide differences in achievement among the town's schools.

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Premium Content Neighbors back Noank restaurant in dispute

Noank residents post signs supporting Ford's Lobsters, which is appealing a cease and desist order.

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Premium Content Courtney, Blumenthal, tout next-generation ballistic-submarine program at EB

Members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation vowed today to continue to press for funding for the nation’s next-generation ballistic-missile submarines, calling the $80 billion...

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Premium Content Lieutenant governor candidate Somers denounces prisoner early-release program

Heather Somers, of Groton, also wrote to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy Tuesday and called for the “immediate removal” of Michael P. Lawlor, the governor's undersecretary for criminal justice and policy planning, who helped design the so-called Risk Reduction Earned...

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Premium Content UPDATED: Preston residents approve playground plan

Voters tonight overwhelmingly approved a $126,861 new playground for the Preston Veterans' Memorial School in a turnout that was better than expected for the one-issue referendum.

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Premium Content More arrests likely in Stonington car theft investigation

Stonington — Police are continuing to investigate a rash of car burglaries early Monday morning after they apprehended a local man who along with a group of other youths were allegedly entering cars in Pawcatuck.

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Premium Content 37th House District debate canceled as candidate declines invitation

The 37th House District debate planned for 7 p.m. Oct. 6 at the East Lyme Library has been canceled. Republican candidate Elbert M. Burr declined the invitation to debate, pointing to a busy schedule.

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Premium Content L+M joins six other nonprofit Connecticut hospitals to form 'Value Care Alliance'

Lawrence + Memorial Hospital has joined with six other independent, nonprofit hospitals and physicians in forming the Value Care Alliance to “provide efficient, coordinated, high-quality care for the communities they serve,” according to a news release.

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Premium Content Local roundup: Black Hall's Rainaud looking to finish strong

Adam Rainaud of Black Hall Club shot a 2-under-par 68 to lead a field of 47 at the Connecticut PGA Professional Championship at Wintonbury Golf Course. The final round of the 36-hole championship is...

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Premium Content H.S. soccer roundup: Extra effort gives victory to the Waterford boys

Daniel Castelpoggi ended the 10-minute overtime session with 7 minutes, 24 seconds remaining, scoring on an assist from Max Wolfley to give the Waterford High School boys’ soccer team a 2-1...

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Deborah Straszheim covers Groton. Contact her at d.straszheim@theday.com or (860) 912-9938.

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