Finizio orders Police Chief Ackley to return to work Tuesday

Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio has ordered police Chief Margaret Ackley, whom he placed on paid administrative leave about 10 months ago, to return to work Tuesday morning, the city's attorney said Friday.

80 feet above the ground, daredevil Nik Wallenda promotes Foxwoods shopping mall opening

Famed aerialist Nik Wallenda walked a tightrope strung 75-80 feet off the ground for 711 feet between the Rainmaker parking garage and the new Tanger Outlets at Foxwoods mall Friday.

Naturalization ceremony makes 19 new U.S. citizens in ceremony at USS Nautilus

The 19 new citizens originally came from Brazil, China, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Romania and the United Kingdom.

UPDATED: Three groups 'intervene' in proposal for Oswegatchie Hills

The East Lyme Zoning Commission voted Thursday to recognize three groups as intervenors in an application to develop an affordable housing district in the Oswegatchie Hills.

Blunt language used to educate teens about dating violence

The typical rapist is a creepy older guy who drives around in a van and targets pretty young girls who wear sexy clothes, right? Wrong.

Groton holds first community forum on new school construction plan

Residents on Thursday heard a summary of the $94.8 million proposal to upgrade Groton's public schools by building one new middle school and two new elementary schools.

Casino opponents take aim at altered bill

As amended, the bill would authorize the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes to jointly solicit proposals from municipalities interested in hosting “a possible casino gaming facility.” Before any such casino could be developed, the General Assembly would have to approve it.

Next BRAC should be smooth sailing, sub commander says

The commander of the U.S. Naval Submarine Base said Thursday that he is bracing for another round of defense-base closures, though the Navy believes realignment will be more likely than shutdowns.

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Release Lanza papers

This puzzling secrecy has been an embarrassment to the state

Heeding Obama's climate warning at academy graduation

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President Barack Obama will be the keynote speaker at the academy’s 134th commencement ceremony.

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