• Ames Room Exhibit 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mystic
  • Books by the Banner 10 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Groton
  • Preschool Drop-In Story Time 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Mystic
  • Annual Juried Show 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mystic
  • Heritage walking tours 11 a.m. - Noon Stonington Borough
  • A Celebration of the Battle of 1814 exhibit Noon - 4 p.m. Stonington
  • Noank Summer Art Exhibition 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Noank
  • DIY-ology Thursdays 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Groton
  • Sciencetellers: Dragons and Dreams 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Mystic
  • STEMtastic Thursdays 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Groton

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  • Editorial: Tempering war on gun makers   Published Jul 24, 2014
    This editorial appeared July 14 in the Meriden Record-Journal. Moving forward, Connecticut politicians would do well to strike a balance between regulating gun manufacturers and encouraging their economic output. Business still boomed in this state for gun makers even after … more ...
    A little more than 18 months ago, in November 2012, the North Stonington School Committee decided to rebuff a petition that lobbied for the closure of Wheeler High School. The committee voted at that time to reaffirm its commitment made … more ...
    Stonington Superintendent of Schools Van Riley earned high praise from the Board of Education during his recent job performance review. And that’s good news, since the superintendent earns more than $175,000. Superintendent salaries are often a focus point in small … more ...
    The Town of Groton budget process has just ended, and every year I come to the same conclusion, that Groton taxpayers have no say regarding how their tax dollars are spent. The Board of Education, Town Council and RTM increase … more ...
    Could it have turned out any better? A unique restoration project five years in the making with the future of an institution on the line. A forecast of rain on one of the biggest parades this town has seen in … more ...
    Welcome addition for senior care   Published May 8, 2014
    News that Masonicare of Connecticut is coming to Mystic is good news one a few fronts. The facility, as initially proposed, call for creation of a senior-living community on 18 acres with 81 independent-living units, 50 assisted-living units, and 48 … more ...
    Coming together for a great cause   Published Apr 30, 2014
    This weekend the towns of Stonington and Groton came together for a cause that extends well beyond the realm of Mystic. In an outstanding show of support, hundreds of people arrived to help with the construction of a new playground … more ...
    Mystic poised for a very good year   Published Apr 23, 2014
    As winter reluctantly releases its grip on the area, signs of spring are in the air, and in more ways than one. Despite frigid winds coming off the water, downtown Mystic was alive last week, with pedestrians flooding the now-widened … more ...
    Two great events planned for Mystic   Published Apr 16, 2014
    This week a tip of our hat goes to the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce and Olde Mistick Village. The two organizations went out of their way, on their own volition, to accommodate almost all of the merchants in Mystic … more ...
    Irish parade a rite of spring   Published Apr 10, 2014
    It never ceases to amaze us that the annual Mystic Irish Parade has become such a popular event, but then again, it is much more than just a simple parade. First, a parade is only as good as its organizers … more ...

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    All of us in this corner of the world are blessed to have living among us Maggie Jones and Sidney Van Zandt — women who love the natural world around us and are passionately committed to its preservation. We enthusiastically … more ...
    It is an ever-changing world we live in, one that moves faster and faster with each passing day. The result is that, for the most part, people must constantly review and evaluate the technology they use as well as how … more ...
    Educate yourself on school project   Published Mar 27, 2014
    In North Stonington, the Board of Education has approved a plan that would renovate the town’s three schools (see story on page A1). The total price tag is $50 million but it’s projected that the town would be responsible for … more ...
    Less than one month ago, the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce announced that its popular Taste of Mystic event, usually held the weekend following Labor Day, would not be held. Jim Bates, chairman of the board for the chamber, explained … more ...
    Less than one month ago, the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce announced that its popular Taste of Mystic event, usually held the weekend following Labor Day, would not be held. Jim Bates, chairman of the board for the chamber, explained … more ...
    A few changes for the better   Published Mar 11, 2014
    By now we’re sure you are aware that there have been some changes at the Mystic River Press, the most obvious being that we have stopped running the Currents center tabloid section. The reasoning for this is twofold. Currents was … more ...
    Yankee frugality up on Route 2   Published Mar 4, 2014
    With the bulk of the fiscal year over, North Stonington appears that it will be in good shape when it closes the books on the 2013-14 budget year. That was the assessment by Daniel Spring, chairman of the Board of … more ...
    Last year the Downtown Mystic Merchants came into their own. After braving a streetscape project and repairs to its famous drawbridge for three arduous years that sometimes felt like an eternity, the merchants came out of the starting blocks running. … more ...
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