Fordan Bonardi left his house just before 6:30 a.m. Monday, setting out to complete what has become a Veterans Day ritual.
The statue recognizes women's involvement in the military, said state Sen. Cathy Osten, who served on active duty in the Army for four years.
Tom Williamson, who earned five Purple Hearts and was seriously injured several times in combat, recently had to have his injured leg amputated after battling years of infections.
City of Groton Mayor Keith Hedrick and U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, will address attendees. Courtney will talk about new resources available to so-called Blue Water Navy vets
Mark A. Tuohy, who helps ensure Groton-based submarines are ready to go to sea, is being recognized by the Naval Submarine League for outstanding achievement.
Brian Gates said financial problems that led to a foreclosure action are in the past and that a resolution of the town’s suit alleging zoning violations is imminent.
Expect to see snow in the air Tuesday, but not much on the ground.
The ordinance modification was passed 5 to 1, with one selectman, Rose Ann Hardy, voting against it.
Residents gather at the Niantic Liberty Green for a Veterans Day ceremony sponsored by the East Lyme Veterans Council Monday.