• Art exhibition and sale 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mystic
  • Meet the Octonauts 10 a.m. - 4 a.m. Mystic
  • Holiday Gift Show 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mystic
  • Holiday Fundraiser and Pet Microchipping 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Groton
  • Harvest Celebration 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Mystic
  • Tree of Life 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Mystic

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  • STONINGTON – A public hearing on a mixed office and medical space proposed for the corner of Masons Island Road and Harry Austin Drive was … more ...
    STONINGTON — When Nov. 21 passes, it will mark 25-years since the disappearance of the Heidi Marie, a lobster boat that sailed out of Stonington. … more ...
    MYSTIC — Once again, local merchants have stepped up to the plate. Or the pole. After the theft of the American flag from the downtown … more ...
    Beatlemania benefit for band   Published Nov 20, 2014
    STONINGTON — The national touring production of the Beatlemania Stage Show will be performing live in concert at the Stonington High School Auditorium on Friday … more ...
    MYSTIC — Specifications have been submitted to the town’s Planning and Zoning Commission to renovate the Coogan Farm house and barn, the two structures located … more ...
    NOANK — A hearing regarding a request by Ford’s Lobsters to double its restaurant seating and expand its parking was continued to a later date … more ...
    MYSTIC — If you are struggling to make ends meet you are not alone; according to a recent study by the United Way of Connecticut, … more ...
    Care center breaks ground on expansion   Published Nov 17, 2014
    MYSTIC — Mystic River Residential Care is getting a major facelift. After an 11-year process of designs, approvals and financing, the renovations will result in … more ...
    Merchants donate to several causes   Published Nov 15, 2014
    MYSTIC — The Downtown Mystic Merchants, a nonprofit comprised of local merchants, recently donated to several other area charitable causes. Mystic Area Shelter and Hospitality … more ...
    Police Logs: Oct. 29 to Nov. 5   Published Nov 14, 2014
    Stonington Michael Joseph DeMarco, 34, of 31 Pleasant St., Westerly, was charged Oct. 29 with first-degree failure to appear in court. Robert C. Wade, 23, … more ...
    Man charged in shooting at SUBASE   Published Nov 14, 2014
    GROTON — A Norwich man has been charged in relation to an incident at SUBASE New London Thursday Nov. 13, which left two Navy police … more ...

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    GROTON — When Gracelyn Guyol first started her own local television series on holistic health, she knew it was an opportunity to disseminate valuable healthcare … more ...
    STONINGTON — It was hardly difficult to spot Henry Sawin on Friday at Deans Mill School. The third-grader donned big, round black-rimmed glasses and a … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — In the future, town officials will reiterate the Conservation Commission’s stance of not accepting conservation easements on behalf of developers. This issue … more ...
    Remembrance and Reunion after War   Published Nov 5, 2014
    MYSTIC — The loss caused by war is a very real and painful experience, not only for the soldiers but for those who remain as … more ...
    MYSTIC — The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Southeastern New England has been named the “Business of the Month” for November by the Greater Mystic Chamber … more ...
    STONINGTON — Olde Mistick Village will be offering new and expanded dining options after plans received approval of a special use permit from the Planning … more ...
    STONINGTON — Members of the Board of Finance agreed Wednesday to delay making a decision on the funding request for security upgrades at the district’s … more ...
    Time capsule to lend insight into WWI   Published Nov 11, 2014
    Editor’s Note: As we reported on Sept. 18, the Anna Warner Bailey Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently opened the contents of … more ...
    Business Briefs   Published Nov 11, 2014
    Charter Oak donates $24,500 Charter Oak Federal Credit Union approved nine grant requests in its third quarter, totaling $24,500. Grant recipients included the Center for … more ...
    GROTON – Speaking of behalf of the town’s elected officials, Town Mayor Rita M. Schmidt could not have been prouder of one of its true … more ...
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