MYSTIC — Because Stonington has no 90-day demolition ordinance, it was legal for the Whaler’s Inn to demolish its buildings on Cottrell and Haley streets and to propose a three-story restaurant and parking lot for the properties.
STONINGTON — “Stressed spelled backwards is desserts,” proclaimed one classroom door at Mystic Middle School. How to ease stress? Spend time with friends, exercise, meditate, laugh, breathe, eat well, lots of rest, go on a run, were a few of the suggestions.
MYSTIC — Lots of people Uber to the train station or airport, but for Mystic passengers who ride in Old Blue, it’s a journey of positivity, laughter and human connection that’s spreading across Instagram and around the world.
MYSTIC — Old Mystic Fire Chief Kenneth Richards Jr. has been appointed to serve on the National Fire Protection Association’s Standards Council, the highest U.S. authority overseeing firefighter standards and practices.
STONINGTON — A deputy chief at the Old Mystic Fire Department has been indefinitely relieved of duty following an alleged domestic incident that took place at his home earlier this month.
CRANSTON — Renee Petrone has lived along the Johnston border in western Cranston for the past 15 years. She had given wind turbines little thought in that time. That changed in November, when Petrone and her husband returned home from a two-week vacation to find 519-foot-tall wind turbines s…
GROTON — Naval Submarine Base New London, as well as naval bases and installations throughout the continental United States, will conductsecurity force drills and training in February.
MYSTIC — Beginning Monday, the Mystic Aquarium is offering weekday complimentary admission to government employees whose jobs are affected by the government shutdown.
WESTERLY — Leadership of the Westerly Police Department continued to dominate the headlines in 2018.
STONINGTON — Neither snow nor rain will prevent local officers from donning a Santa cap in an effort to help those in need on Saturday.
STONINGTON — An effort by Connecticut law enforcement officers to "be hairy for charity" proved more productive than expected, producing a total of $91,126 in donations that will be given to the Connecticut Cancer Foundation.
STONINGTON — Residents had an overwhelmingly positive response to plans to beautify the Velvet Mill district of Mystic at a meeting held by the Mystic River Boathouse Park Implementation Committee and the Board of Selectmen Saturday morning at Stonington High School.
MYSTIC — Dignitaries from several First Nations, Canada, Great Britain and the United States will gather at the Mystic Seaport Museum Saturday morning for the opening of an extraordinary arctic exhibit that will be on display in only two American museums.
Christmas trees were sprouting up along the shores of the Mystic River this week, with some atop the masts of sailing vessels, and some on docks.