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Gov. Ned Lamont is at war with New London

Flash forward to the fall of 2020, with planning underway for Lamont's $157 million rebuild of the...


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Death row defender found work, friendship in New London after capital punishment repealed

Public Defender Fred DeCaprio poses for a portrait Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, at his office at New London Superior Court. He spent most of his 30-year career defending people facing the death penalty, including serial killer Michael Ross, and now is retiring. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Public Defender Fred DeCaprio always came back to New London because of the special bonds he has with current and former co-workers.

Judge to Correa: You can have trial sooner with three-judge panel

New London Superior Court Judge Hunchu Kwak on Wednesday offered Sergio Correa the option of a bench trial, with a panel of three judges presiding, after denying the triple murder suspect's latest motion for a speedy trial.

Police logs - Sept. 24, 2020

Arrests by state and local police around the region.


Pine Point student creates website for small business owners

Thirteen-year-old Yash Naik of Mystic, left, with one of his clients, Art Cost. Naik helped Cost get a Paycheck Protection Program loan from the government. (photo submitted)

Thirteen-year-old Yash Naik of Mystic is currently working with five to 10 business owners to help them secure Payment Protection Loans during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Volunteers put together picnic tables for Norwich schools

Community volunteer Zechariah Stover uprights a newly assembled picnic table Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, at Wequonnoc Magnet Elementary School in Norwich. He joined Family Resource Center coordinator Cindy Beauregard and Norwich Public Utilities employees Tom Gaedreau and Shawn Paradis to assemble the 10 tables delivered to the school.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Volunteers have been assembling picnic tables for students to use for outdoor activities at city schools amid the coronavirus pandemic.