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'First lady' of L+M lent sympathetic ear to unhappy patients
This is the modest reason Swann gives now for joining the hospital staff as a floor secretary - the position now known as health unit coordinator - on Dec.
Tue May 21, 2013
Waterford selectmen table Seaside taxing district vote
Waterford - Under advice from the town attorney, members of the Board of Selectmen Tuesday evening tabled a vote on whether to support the introduction of a legislative bill that would create a special taxing district for the state-owned Seaside property.
Thu May 16, 2013
New London police on verge of new era in radio communication
Contractors are on the roof and digging into the walls of the New London Police Department this month to install wiring and antennas as part of a $2.38 million investment in a radio communication system overhaul.
Sat May 11, 2013
Poquonnock Bridge residents move to oust six members of fire district board
Taxpayers in the Poquonnock Bridge Fire District have assembled a slate of candidates to try to oust six members of the current board of directors.
Henry Gardiner's was a life marked by quiet generosity
Henry Gardiner III, whose ancestors were Puritans who settled in Waterford before the United States was even a country, was a taciturn Yankee who quietly helped his community throughout his entire life, donating time, money and land.
Thu May 09, 2013
Waterford seeks volunteer firefighters
Waterford and many other towns are looking for a few good men and women interested in fighting fires.
Three-year Niantic River Bridge project almost done
Only the finishing touches remain - painting, paving and putting up fencing, Andrew R. Ingram, an engineer of structures for Amtrak, said Tuesday.
Wed May 08, 2013
Niantic River bridge to close overnight May 15-16
The state Department of Transportation announced today that it will perform routine maintenance on the highway bridge between Waterford and East Lyme starting 8 p.m. May 15 through 4 a.m. the following day.
Police say suspect arrested in sweep used car business to launder drug money
Erick J. "Jay" Torres, arrested during last month's major drug sweep, was licensed by the state of Indiana to run an automobile auction company named "A Greater Way," but authorities say it was just a front for his drug-dealing business.
Tue May 07, 2013
Waterford giving away 40 bike helmets at Helmet Rodeo Saturday
The Recreation and Parks Commission will give away 40 new bike helmets on Saturday as part of its Helmet Rodeo.
Millstone seeks OK for warm Sound water
Connecticut's nuclear plant has asked federal regulators for permission to use water that's warmer than what forced it to shut last summer.
Sat May 04, 2013
New London Fire Department rescues 2 from burning house
City firefighters rescued two people from a burning house at 23 Moore Ave. early today and brought the two-alarm fire under control before it could spread to nearby buildings.
Thu May 02, 2013
Woman extradited to face 2011 manslaughter charge
A Massachusetts woman who failed to appear in New London Superior Court on manslaughter charges last fall because she was incarcerated in her home state on methamphetamine trafficking charges has been returned to Connecticut.
Wed May 01, 2013
The Hartford Courant
Reader Submitted: Middlesex Community College Veterans' Club Raised...
The MxCC Veterans' Club, for the past three semesters, have been having hot dog sale fundraisers on campus to raise money so they could sponsor a Memorial Tree for one of the 64 men and women who were killed in Iraq and Afghanistan fighting the war on terror.
Waterford's Harkness in bloom
Barbara Yates of New London pauses to enjoy the warmth of the sun Tuesday by the field of blooming daffodils at Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford.
Group hopes to save Cohanzie School in Waterford
Pointing to a faded, torn picture of her father on the steps of Cohanzie Elementary School in the late 1920s, Kathleen Reagan addressed a group of people on Tuesday that she hopes will help save the school from eventual demolition.
The music is back at Harkness
After three years of small-steps planning and abbreviated events calendars, the "Bring Our Music Back - Summer Nights at Harkness" concert series has announced a wildly diverse and expanded 2013 season.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Upcoming Thames Street work in Groton fuels optimism, concerns
Alice Mabry and Bryan Fowler head to their Thames Street home Monday after stopping to talk to neighbor Janet Coburn, at rear, now talking to customers Robert Kent and Bill Martin at her Mud Turtle Cafe.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Police logs - April 28
John S. Ray, 53, of 100 Burgess Place, Groton, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Nuke waste indecision
Through continued indecision the Obama administration is making the decision to permanently store highly radioactive nuclear waste not at one or two strategically located sites, as would make sense, but at more than 100 nuclear plant locations across the country.