The City Council postponed final action on the proposed 2020-21 budget to allow more time to deliberate on difficult possible budget adjustments to the city manager’s proposed $131.9 million combined school and city budget.
Several school districts have asked NFA for budget relief in the coming year, citing increased costs due to COVID-19.
Organizers hope to start the CT Elite Baseball Association LLC. later this month to fill the void left by the Connecticut State American Legion cancelling its season due to COVID-19.
The Rotary Club of The Stoningtons and Daughters of the American Revolution donate maks to various groups.
The Rotary Club of Mystic has awarded $17,600 to seven area 501(c)3 organizations in its 2020 spring grant cycle.
A summer photo contest will showcase children ages 5-18 who live or go to school in Stonington, North Stonington and Groton making and wearing face masks, as protection against COVID-19.
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Gov. Ned Lamont reported Sunday that over the past 24 hours another 32 people have died due to the COVID-19 virus but hospitalizations decreased by 52.
Waterford First Selectman Rob Brule is among those expressing frustration about what they say is a breakdown of communication between the state Department of Public Health and southeastern Connecticut communities.
More than 30 Maine business owners have joined a federal class action lawsuit over the governor's decision to delay the reopening of restaurants in Cumberland, York and Androscoggin counties to stop the spread of the coronavirus
The town has announced that Town Hall will reopen to the public on June 8 while the transfer station will be returning to normal hours with no appointments on Monday.
The town will hold a virtual public hearing on the proposed 2020-21 budget of $20.6 milion and its a .79-mill tax rate increase on Monday at 6 p.m.