Mitchel Ray, incumbent tribal council treasurer, and Derrick Strong, president of tribe's nonprofit foundation, will compete in September.
In late morning on Friday, July 16, the tents began to pop up in Maples Farm Park, and the vans and the trucks full of produce and crafts pulled into their assigned spaces.
Not even a pandemic could stop Connecticut College’s Summer Civic Leaders program from doing good this year, as 13 students spent six weeks working to support a variety of local organizations.
While researching “A Rebellious Woman,” my new historical novel, I learned some amazing facts about what it was like to be a “lady” in 1860s America.
The 290th birthday of what some historians consider to be the true first leader of the fledgling United States of America was noted in a wreath-laying ceremony in Norwich.
He’s vivacious, enjoys sunshine from his multi-story cat condo, and doesn’t mind if a human lets him lick the plate.
Fishermen and residents gathered in the rain Sunday to remember the 41 Town Dock fishermen lost at sea and to pray for the success and safety of current fleet members.
The Luce Bros. menhaden processing plant once stood where the Rocky Neck State Park pavilion is now located.
Hilary Evans has been nominated to fill a vacancy on the Town Council.
Joshua Brown made it clear when he was named the city’s poet laureate earlier this year that he was looking inspire tough conversations.
Stonington Town Dock wholesalers and retailers sell the catches of local fishermen to local residents, restaurants and markets across the Northeast.
More than 20-something antique and classic boats floated in the sunshine on Mystic River on Saturday for the annual Antique & Classic Boat Rendezvous.
A lot of restaurants get their seafood from Sea Well, but there are a lot of other places depending on the type of restaurant and type of fish they're seeking.
Students in Ledyard's two elementary schools will be spending an extra half-hour in class each weekday during the upcoming academic year.
A fire broke out in the kitchen at the McDonald's restaurant at 406 Coleman St. on Saturday night.
A woman was shot Saturday morning in New London, according to police.
A family that was missing on a Lantern Hill hiking trail was found safe after a police search Saturday afternoon.