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No peeking, voters: Supreme Court keeps Trump taxes private for now

The Supreme Court, Wednesday, July 8, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Trump is the only president in modern times who has refused to make his tax returns public, and before he was elected he promised to release them.

Council of Governments awarded grant to study parking in Groton City, as Electric Boat expands

The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments was awarded a grant to study parking in the City of Groton as Electric Boat expands.

OSHA probe of death of L+M nurse's aide could take six months

Michael Graveline, left, puts his hand on his daughter Felicia's shoulder after she spoke May 30, 2020, during a rally about her mother, Elva, who was a Lawrence + Memorial Hospital nurse's aide who died of COVID-19. The rallly was held on the lawn of the Harbor School in New London to raise concern of the lack of protective equipment, employee safety and also to honor Elva Graveline. It was organized by the AFT union health care workers employed by Yale-New Haven Health. Investigators from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Hartford office met with Lawrence + Memorial Hospital representatives following the May 19 death. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

An agency database shows an investigation, or "inspection," involving a “fatality or catastrophe” was opened at L+M on May 26, a week after Elva Graveline died of COVID-19 complications.


East Lyme Board of Finance postpones police building decision to July 20

The board originally was set to hear and consider a presentation from the committee tasked with planning renovations Wednesday, as well as decide on whether to approve the money needed to complete the project.


New COVID-19 cases inch up, hospitalizations hold steady

Gov. Ned Lamont's office on Thursday reported an additional 101 cases, five deaths and two hospitalizations.


Is East Lyme price gouging on nonresident beach passes?

The town is charging nonresidents for a limited number of daily passes as much as residents pay for seasonal passes.


Stonington school board chooses new chairman after resignations

The Board of Education on Thursday night chose member Farouk Rajab as its interim board chairman.


North Stonington seeking occupant for old middle school

The space, with a total of 26,322 square feet, includes 16 classrooms and a cafeteria.


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