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The Day, New London, Conn.Ledyard was capable of scoring fast, three goals in the final 2 minutes, 36 seconds of the third period, for instance. That gave the Stonington High School boys' lacrosse team somewhat of a quandary at times on Tuesday afternoon. The Bears, playing...
The Day, New London, Conn.Every year for the past four years, sophomores at Ledyard High School have been given an assignment to explore an issue many people find hard to talk about -- their personal experience with mental illness. "Mental illness is part of every family, but so...
The Day, New London, Conn.One week before the spring recital, seven young ballerinas stand in formation, awaiting their cue. In the back, Sofia Priebe -- at 4 feet, 8 inches -- is the second-tallest girl in her class at Mystic Ballet. Where the others stare measuredly ahead,...
The Day, New London, Conn.An affordable housing development for seniors on Church Hill Road will move ahead thanks to a $250,000 loan announced Friday by the state Department of Economic and Community Development. The Church Hill Woods project is planned on about 15 acres of...
The Day, New London, Conn.Though the Town Council scrapped a $45 million middle school renovation last week after Superintendent Mike Graner told councilors the state would reject it, Graner now says that decision was made based on incorrect numbers he gave a state education...
The Day, New London, Conn.Longtime Zoning Officer Joe Larkin, who has been involved in a number of high profile controversies over the years and recently served a two-week suspension for an undisclosed reason, has been hired by the Town of Ledyard to be its full-time zoning and...
The Day, New London, Conn.A Ledyard police officer who learned Monday that he was fired from the police department after being arrested twice is vowing to get his job back. James Grzesiak, 48, who had been in the department for 19 years, was arrested in October and January. He...
The Hartford CourantState residents who want to file civil lawsuits but can't afford a lawyer can represent themselves, in some cases without paying fees associated with filing a suit. But with such cases topping 4,000 over the past five years, a lawmaker has proposed...
The Day, New London, Conn.The Town Council voted unanimously Wednesday night to scrap a $45 million renovation of Ledyard Middle School, a project they'd approved just two weeks ago. In the weeks leading up to the project's approval by the council, several councilors voiced...
The Day, New London, Conn.The Town Council will host a public hearing on the 2013-14 budget tonight at 7 in the Ledyard High School auditorium. The $50.1 million proposal is 2 percent more than this year's $49.16 million spending plan. The tax rate, though it will not officially...
The Day, New London, Conn.A couple approached the Nutmeg Building & Remodeling table a bit tentatively Saturday during Eastern Connecticut's Premier Home Show at the Mystic Marriott. They wanted to know if the Ledyard-based company could help them with some minor home repairs....
The Day, New London, Conn.Early returns in online voting for the state's favorite town show southeastern Connecticut locales are garnering strong support, as might be expected. After all, tourism officials are always saying they consider the region the state's tourism hub....
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