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Support for New London pedestrian walkway plan varies

Premium Content The proposal to tear down the Greyhound bus station to make space for an elevated walkway over the railroad tracks is being met with acceptance among several of the key players downtown, but other aspects of the overpass are not meeting with universal support.


Fishing, then cutting bait in Groton

Premium Content Michael Lowry of Groton and his sons Ryan, 11, left, and Nathan, 9, fish for snapper blues Tuesday near the outlet from Palmer Cove in Groton. Lowry says the juvenile fish will be bait for his planned fluke fishing trip this weekend off Block Island.

Stonington shouts down proposed nuisance ordinance as 'overkill'

Premium Content A large and sometimes raucous crowd at Tuesday night’s town meeting overwhelmingly rejected a proposed ordinance that could have dramatically curtailed ATV, dirt bike and other recreational vehicle use in many residential areas.


Ledyard's 'cluster' plan means some longer walks to school bus

Premium Content For some students heading back to school today, the most essential school supply may be a good pair of walking shoes: new bus routes could have them walking as far as 3 miles to catch the school bus.


Two retirements add to Groton vacancies list

Premium Content Two longtime administrators — the director of finance and the assistant town manager — are retiring from Groton, leaving four key positions open in town.

New London schools make changes in after delay; second bus added for students at Early Childhood Center

Premium Content The first day of school Monday lasted longer than it should have for some preschool and kindergarten students at the district’s new Early Childhood Center at Harbor School.

World War I: The Cost of Freedom

SEARCH for your southeastern Connecticut ancestor who fought in World War I. Readers may submit biographical information and photos, which will be added to an interactive database.

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