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  1. Howard Veisz, a retired corporate litigator from New York, took an interest one day in a boat moored on the Mystic Seaport waterfront, a 1926 wooden lighthouse tender from Denmark, Gerda ...

  2. Business Briefs

    The Day3 days ago

    Recent projects include the adaptive reuse of Holdredge... in Pawcatuck. Local Realtors convened in Norwich recently for the Eastern Connecticut Association of Realtors to install its ...

  3. After hours of scrambling up and down ledges, bushwhacking through underbrush and clambering over stone walls in flurries and sub-20-degree temperatures, our group reached an apparent impasse ...

  4. Mystic — For Jason DiCarlo, the barber-customer bond is so strong that he felt he was "cheating on" his barber when he had to get one of his twice-monthly cuts elsewhere. The white lettering ...

  5. Stranded beluga will remain in captivity

    Peninsula Clarion3 days ago

    Health and Stranding Repsonse Program, the calf less than one month old when he was stranded. The calf has been under constant care at the Alaska SeaLife Center for over three months ...

  6. If 500 other like-minded persons would do the same, Discovering Amistad would have $100,000 and be a viable and valuable source of pride for each of us and Connecticut in general. Moving ...

  7. A Mystic Aquarium researcher is working to shorten that journey and bring down the mortality rate by figuring out how to breed them in labs. There are many reasons why researchers have ...

  8. “I am very concerned,” said Chris Lamb who runs Connecticut Animal House, a non-profit rescue group.

  9. The colonial collision

    Newsday6 days ago

    A watercolor made before 1664 shows New Amsterdam on the southern end of Manhattan between 1650 and 1653. At left is Fort Amsterdam and its windmill tower. The two powers were the Netherlands ...

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