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Premium Content 3 Republicans running for 47th District nomination

Doug Dubitsky of Chaplin and Noah Enslow and Michael Meadows, both of Sprague, are vying for the Republican Party nomination in the Aug. 12 primary to run for state representative from the 47th...


Premium Content Enslow campaign files second complaint in District 47 race

The campaign of Noah Enslow in the Aug. 12 Republican primary for the 47th District state House of Representatives nomination filed a second election complaint Thursday against opponent Doug Dubitsky...


Premium Content Sprague's Enslow files complaint against opponent Dubitsky in state House race

The campaign manager for Republican 47th District state House of Representative primary candidate Noah Enslow has filed an election complaint against opponent Doug Dubitsky for allegedly failing to...


Premium Content Flash flood watch remains in effect

A flash flood watch remains in effect until 2 p.m. today, the National Weather Service said.


Premium Content Local businesses attend “Discover Connecticut” event in D.C.

Beltane Farm of Lebanon was among 25 farms and businesses that represented the state in the first "Discover Connecticut" event at the capitol in Washington, D.C.


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Premium Content North Stonington selectmen seek update on plans for new fire station

Facing questions from other selectmen about the status of the town’s plan for a new fire station, First Selectman Nicholas Mullane said he will ask the Emergency Services Building Committee to attend next week’s Board of Selectmen meeting.


Premium Content Montville school hopes to keep $185,000 left over from 2013-14

Superintendent Brian Levesque anticipates that the district will have about $185,000 in unexpended funds from the 2013-14 school year, and said he hopes the district may keep the unused funds in reserve for the 2014-15 school year.


Premium Content Norwich Board of Ed member resigns

Republican Board of Education member Lynn Norris has resigned from the board, effective immediately, citing "personal endeavors."


Premium Content Comments on Coast Guard Museum environmental impact evaluation due Monday

Public comments about the Environmental Impact Evaluation of the proposed pedestrian bridge that would provide access over Water Street to the planned National Coast Guard Museum are being received through Monday.


Premium Content An ice-cold challenge for New London's Mayor Finizio

NEW Standing under the whale tail statue on Parade Plaza on Tuesday afternoon, Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio prepared to take the plunge.


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Greenville (N.C.) rallies late to beat Waterford

Glen Allen, Va. Waterford was ahead by a run going into the bottom of the seventh inning and only needed three outs to secure its first win of the Babe Ruth League 13-year-old World...

Local roundup: Fuentes, Pankake lead Tigers to victory

Norwich - Steven Fuentes was 4-for-5 and Joey Pankake drove in three runs as the Connecticut Tigers beat the Aberdeen IronBirds 11-1 in a New York-Penn League baseball...

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A total of 8 events have been found.

"The Little Mermaid" Screening — 7:30 pm; Wed., Aug. 20

Summer of Science Movie Series — 5:00 pm; Wed., Aug. 20

One Book, One Region Book Discussion — 6:30 pm; Thu., Aug. 21

Meet Derron Wood — 5:30 pm; Fri., Aug. 22

Guided Tour of Connecticut College Arboretum's Caroline Black Garden — 10:00 am; Sat., Aug. 23

Schemitzun at the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Mashantucket Reservation — 10:00 am; Sat., Aug. 23

The Executive Session — 5:00 pm; Sat., Aug. 23

La Amistad 175th Anniversary Commemoration, Aug. 25, N.London — 6:00 pm; Mon., Aug. 25