Salvation Army revives Boys & Girls Club in New London

Girls in the new Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of New London, from left, Amani McClellan, 12, Jaivana Monplaisir, 10, Diana Coronado, 13, and Edwina Wallace, 13, joke around after finishing their lunch Tuesday, July 23, 2019, during a local history program at the New London Historical Society's Shaw Mansion. The Salvation Army has revived the Boys and Girls Club that had closed with the shuttering of the Thames River Apartments on Crystal Avenue last year. The program at the Shaw Mansion has the children studying their personal family history and will culminate with the Aug. 8 opening of an exhibit of personal

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of New London County, a partnership between the two nationally affiliated groups, has opened in New London.

As other states require consent for pelvic exams, Connecticut bill stalls

Connecticut was one of more than a dozen states to introduce a prohibitive bill, but it didn't go anywhere this session.

After 56 years, retired submariner says undisclosed records could provide other causes for Thresher sinking

The USS Thresher. On April 10, 1963, the submarine sank approximately 220 miles east of Cape Cod. Everyone aboard — 16 officers, 96 sailors and 17 civilians — died. (Courtesy of Naval History and Heritage Command)

Family members of those lost are apparently mixed on whether they’d welcome a re-examination of the submarine’s sinking.


Norwich utilities commission appoints Chris LaRose as general manager, approves contract

The 'acting' title was removed from new Norwich Public Utilities General Manager Chris LaRose’s title Tuesday, with an approved three-year contract.


Preston Democrats endorse candidates for fall election

Preston Democrats endorsed Sandra Allyn-Gauthier as the party's first selectman candidate Tuesday.


Trump proposal would cut food stamps for at least 11K Connecticut residents

Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-3rd District, a champion of the SNAP program, said about 500,000 children would lose access to school meals if the rule were implemented.


Libertarian, petitioning candidate added to Norwich City Council ballot

Two-time Libertarian mayoral candidate William Russell and petitioning candidate Rebecca Melucci will be on the Norwich Nov. 5 election ballot for City Council.


Rob Simmons and wife to run for Stonington school board

Four days after announcing he will not seek re-election as first selectman, Rob Simmons and his wife, Heidi, and Emma Burnside were endorsed Monday by Republicans to run for the Board of Education.


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