Ledyard Middle School Trimester 1 Honor Roll
A donation of $15,000 was made during the summer; another $15,000 contribution was made in November.
Brothers Emmett Boyle, front, 11, and Elliott, 8, of Stonington were trying to see who can go higher on the swings Thursday at the borough playground.
Connecticut State Police on Thursday announced the promotion of two troopers who formerly served as commanding officers at Troop E in Montville.
Gov. Ned Lamont announced Wednesday the state was approved for a federal disaster declaration for damage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias.
Citing NCDC's leadership transition and a desire to allow businesses with ties to NCDC apply for COVID-19 relief grants, the city will oversee the grants.
Scheduling options include a website and a phone number, but due to high demand and limited vaccine availability, those eligible may have to wait for a spot to open.
The Day is working on a story about how U.S. Postal Service delays have affected southeastern Connecticut. We want to know about your experience.
A member of the Groton Middle School community has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been instructed to isolate at home.
Superintendent of Schools Van Riley's plan comes after two years of budgets that showed decreases.
Friends Pat and Corinne Ingellis of Old Saybrook and Pat and Eileen Howley of Rhode Island have been finding ways to see each other safely during the COVID-19 pandemic, Eileen Howley said.
The play, which has won a Tony on Broadway, explores the origin story of Peter Pan.
Best Cleaners, with a location in Old Lyme, recently completed its 12th annual Coats for Connecticut drive, collecting and cleaning more than 11,000 donated jackets to give to families in need.
Megan McDuffee of Groton says there is much she is thankful for.
A total of 17 positive cases have been reported in the New London school district from Monday evening through Wednesday morning.
State police at Troop E said K-9 Yorik and his handler found a man who allegedly tried to break into a woman's car Wednesday night, and a woman with dementia who wandered off Thursday morning.
Officers found $560 in counterfeit bills in Anthony Woods’ possession, police said.
A fire late Tuesday severely damaged a multifamily home on Colman Street, displacing the residents.