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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...


Premium Content Partner school districts to discuss NFA issues looking ahead to future contract

The eight partner school districts that have Norwich Free Academy as their designated high school plan to hold joint discussions on what they see as common issues they would like to see addressed in...


Premium Content Norwich Free Academy expanding its marketing

A growing push to market Norwich Free Academy to prospective students in an increasingly competitive high school environment along with a desire to better promote the Slater Memorial Museum has led...


Premium Content A weedy paddle on Beachdale Pond in Voluntown

Tyler and Heather Barber and their children, Derek, 10, Alexsa, 5, and Emmalyn, 3, set out in their canoe for a paddle on Beachdale Pond in Voluntown on Monday.


Premium Content Connecticut Water profits rise

Clinton-based Connecticut Water Service said its first-half profits this year of $10.5 million represented a substantial increase from the $6.9 million net income reported the previous...


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Premium Content Sen. Murphy to hold town hall meeting in Norwich

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy will hold an open town hall style meeting at Norwich City Hall from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday to discuss upcoming work in Washington, D.C.


Premium Content DEEP: Bobcat that attacked Bozrah woman was rabid

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said Tuesday that the bobcat apparently involved in an attack on a woman in Bozrah this weekend tested positive for rabies.


Premium Content ‘Beatlemania’ fundraiser coming to Stonington High

The national touring production “Beatlemania the Stage Show” will perform at in the Stonington High School auditorium on Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. to help raise money to support the school’s music program.


Premium Content Malloy touts record Shore Line East ridership for month of July

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Monday that Shore Line East ridership set a record in July with 63,959 passenger trips.


Premium Content La Grua Center to feature program on fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer

The personal life of late fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer, was not as well known as her vibrant, colorful floral prints. \nBut on Saturday at 1 p.m., the La Grua Center Lecture Series in the borough will present a discussion by author Kathryn Livingston who has written a...


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Top seeds Williams, Djokovic advance to U.S. Open quarters

New York - Serena Williams' name had just been announced as the winner at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Monday afternoon when Novak Djokovic, the No. 1 seed in the men's draw, seemed to wake to...

Sky, Fever are going the limit

Rosemont, Ill. - Courtney Vandersloot and her Chicago Sky teammates would prefer to take the lead early on. Instead, they have been rallying from big deficits in the WNBA playoffs.


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A total of 8 events have been found.

Ledyard Fair — ; Sat., Sep. 6

Boogie in the Backyard — 4:30 pm; Sun., Sep. 7

Coast Guard Band Chamber Players — 2:00 pm; Sun., Sep. 7

Ledyard Fair — ; Sun., Sep. 7

Rreception Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Nautilus — 3:00 pm; Sun., Sep. 7

This Old Hat, Patriots of Liberty — 1:00 pm; Sun., Sep. 7

UConn Master Gardeners Annual Fall Garden Day — 10:00 am; Sun., Sep. 7

Survive or Thrive — 7:00 pm; Tue., Sep. 9