Blumenthal, Murphy stump for 'clean' homeland security funding

If Congress doesn’t meet its Feb. 27 deadline to fund the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Secret Service reform won’t happen and terrorists who are moving back and forth between Europe, Syria and Iraq may be able to gain easier access to the United States, U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy said Friday.

Coast Guard museum project may be picking up steam

The chairman of the National Coast Guard Museum Association has purchased the historic Union Station in downtown New London for $3 million, a sale viewed as necessary for the proposed museum to move forward.

 Deed for the sale of New London's Union Station

New London Police union asks for ouster of police community relations member over letter

The local police union wants the City Council to remove a member of the Police Community Relations Committee for an alleged anti-police bias they say is evidenced by a letter to the editor published in The Day.

 New London Police Union letter requesting Wraight's public relations committe removal

Dominion shows off new emergency operations center

The region's political leaders and public-safety officials went on a Dominion-led tour today of a new 18,000-square-foot emergency operations center completed last month on Stott Avenue in the Stanley Israelite Business Park.

Beechwood rehab center not accepting new patients due to confirmed flu case

Director of Nursing Leslie Merwin said a female patient began showing minor symptoms of the virus on Wednesday that intensified Thursday. She said the patient is now receiving treatment at Lawrence + Memorial hospital.

Police say DNA links Norwich man to 2009 assault and rape

Norwich Police have charged a Norwich man in connection with the alleged rape of a woman more than five years ago in an alleyway behind a business off Central Avenue.

State Bond Commission to vote on $100 million Norwich grant/loan package for sewer plant upgrade

Norwich is in line to receive $20 million in grants and $80 million in loans from the state to fund the $100 million planned sewer treatment plant upgrade project, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Thursday.

Mohegan Sun announces positive financial results for quarter

Mohegan Sun's parent company posted a healthy increase in revenue during the quarter that ended Dec. 31, it announced Thursday.

Charter Oak Federal Credit Union will award more scholarships

Charter Oak Federal Credit Union will increase scholarships in New London and Windham counties.



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Region storm-tested

State and region have improved their ability to deal with these major storms.

A better punishment

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Too much tolerance of Saudi abuses

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