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North Stonington residents will go to the polls Monday to vote on the proposed budget for 2017-18. The budget will make its appearance for a... [Read More]
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New First Selectman Mike Urgo hopes to better communication, attract businesses and soften the tax burden in North Stonington during a time of transition... [Read More]
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It's been half a year since Lynn Goodwin and Kim Welch opened the Route 2 production facility for their company Farmtrue, and they're amping up... [Read More]
The Wheeler Library will hold craft days during library hours from Nov. 27 to Dec. 23 at the library, 101 Main St., North Stonington. [Read More]
Two of five Soay sheep that live at Wychwood Farm in North Stonington, seem to draw the attention of a great number of motorists, bicyclists... [Read More]
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The author who spun a best-selling series of novels and a blockbuster musical from his re-imagining of a classic book will appear Sunday, Nov. 19,... [Read More]
The Planning and Zoning Commission lasy week voted unanimously to change the zoning along the western end of Route 2 from residential to Resort Commercial... [Read More]
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Students in North Stonington are ready to help rebuild and are headed to Texas. [Read More]
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Students at a school in North Stonington are ready to help rebuild, as they travel to Texas. [Read More]
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Michael Urgo, a Farmers Insurance agent who is unaffiliated but ran with the endorsements of the Democratic Town Committee and the Independent Party, won... [Read More]
A two-car crash has closed the left lane of Interstate 95 south between exits 92 and 91, according to the state Department of Transportation. [Read More]
After three decades of stability, this small rural town faces upheaval. [Read More]
First selectman candidates Asa Parker, a Republican, and Michael Urgo, an unaffiliated candidate, and selectmen candidates Bob Carlson, a Republican, and... [Read More]
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Among selectmen and first selectmen candidates in North Stonington, there is frustration that the state has been fiscally unfair to the town and that, as... [Read More]
When it comes to restoring power and clearing downed power lines from Sunday night's storm in Stonington and North Stonington, it's a tale of two... [Read More]
Ledyard and North Stonington schools will reopen today — just two hours later than usual. [Read More]
A meet and greet for first selectman and selectman candidates will be held at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at Wheeler Library, 101 Main St., North... [Read More]
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Nearly 60,000 Connecticut customers remain without power Tuesday morning following a Sunday night storm, according to state utility companies.As of 10:30 a.m., Eversource reported 54,612 total... [Read More]
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With new election rules in place, it's... [Read More]
In an election year characterized by few candidates, the two Board of Selectmen candidates are running unopposed. [Read More]
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