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Premium Content Taking the plunge in Griswold

Payton Mercier, 13, of Plainfield, left, and Takiya Holden, 12, of Griswold cool off Friday by plunging into the waters of Glasgo Pond in Griswold.

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Premium Content Botelho named Director of Marketing at Crystal Mall in Waterford

Debbie Botelho has assumed the position of Director of Marketing and Business Development at Crystal Mall. She will be responsible for all business development, media, events and...

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Premium Content Mellon settles backhoe vs. motorcycle lawsuit

A Plainfield motorcyclist who suffered serious injuries after his motorcycle collided with a backhoe operated by Lyme resident Timothy Mellon in December 2009 has received a $1.3 million settlement,...

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Premium Content Currier promoted at CorePlus Federal Credit Union

Raymond J. Currier has been promoted to Executive Vice President/Chief Operations Officer for CorePlus Federal Credit Union, based in Norwich.

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Premium Content UPDATED: Man lighting fireworks hit by shrapnel in Plainfield

A Sterling man who was lighting fireworks was sent to the hospital Thursday night after a piece of shrapnel from a cluster of bottle rockets hit him in the chest, according to police.

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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 alleging he misused a public access cable television show.

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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 properly report campaign expenses.

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Premium Content Two swimming areas closed amid water quality concerns

Swimming areas at Mashamoquet Brook State Park in Pomfret and Burr Pond State Park in Torrington are closed after failing water quality tests, the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection announced today. 

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Sun finds a sense of urgency in win

San Antonio — Chiney Ogwumike had 24 points and 12 rebounds and the Connecticut Sun fended off a late rally to beat the San Antonio Stars 89-79 on Friday night.

New faces at Fenway following trade flurry

Boston — If Yoenis Cespedes didn't know much about the Boston Red Sox while growing up in Cuba, he found the perfect person to teach him all about the history...

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