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Premium Content Police logs - Sept. 16

James M. Turner, 61, of 11 Norfolk Court, Groton, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to obey a traffic control signal.

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Premium Content Charter revision panel to hold hearing Wednesday in Stonington

Residents will have their first opportunity to tell the Charter Revision Commission what changes are needed to the town charter when the commission holds a public hearing Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the...

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Premium Content September Art After Dark is tonight in Mystic

Mystic Arts Center will host Art After Dark tonight, featuring live music by Josi Davis and Hot Damn! and live art by Mary Ann Horrigan.

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Premium Content Crash leads to congestion on I-95 South in Groton

Groton - A one-car crash on Interstate 95 South, between exits 90 and 89, has forced emergency responders to close one lane of the highway this afternoon.

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Premium Content Canada wreck may be ship that attacked Stonington

The British warship whose bones were recently discovered in an icy northern grave may have been among those that attacked Stonington 200 years ago.

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Premium Content Water line break closes portion of Depot Road in Montville

Depot Road at Route 32 is closed as work crews repair a water return line that leads to the sewage treatment plant.

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Premium Content Farewell to Old Glory

Floyd Pfaff furls one of the 117 U.S. flags on Monday that lined the New London Waterfront Park for the Connecticut Maritime Heritage Festival this past weekend. Pfaff said he started taking down the flags a little after 7 a.m. and was wrapping up around 9. The flags are...

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Premium Content Massachusetts gaming panel wants to hear more from Mohegan Sun

Mohegan Sun and Wynn Resorts will get another chance to address the Massachusetts Gaming Commission this morning about their competing proposals for a Boston-area casino.

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Premium Content Sex offender house surprises Norwich

The recent discovery of an apartment building housing serious sex offenders released from prison on Broad Street rekindled a controversy that first emerged last summer, with residents and city officials complaining that the city is being unfairly targeted by state programs.

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Premium Content Fort Trumbull proposal sent to council panel

The City Council on Monday night voted unanimously to send to its Economic Development Committee the mayor’s request for authorization to, on behalf of the city, take title to parcels of land on the Fort Trumbull peninsula from the Renaissance City Development...

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Stonington Sports

Premium Content H.S. roundup: Stonington, Valley/OL open with football wins

Amadi White threw five touchdown passes in his first varsity start and Stonington scored touchdowns on its first six possessions en route to a 48-7 season-opening football victory over Woodstock...

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Premium Content H.S. soccer roundup: Wheeler boys nip St. Bernard 1-0 in ECC Small

T.J. Condonís first-half goal stood up, leading Wheeler High School past St. Bernard, 1-0, in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division boysí soccer match on Friday.

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Stonington Town Directory

Important Numbers for Stonington
Emergencies: 911 The bishop blesses the vessels of the Stonington fishing fleet.
Non-Emergency Numbers:
Police:  (860) 599-4411
Town Hall:  (860) 535-5050
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Joe Wojtas covers Stonington. Contact him at j.wojtas@theday.com or 860.701.4494.

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