- CONCERN ABOUT ATTEMPTED CHILD ABDUCTIONS Residents in the Crystal Avenue neighborhood of New London are being a little more cautious after reports of two attempted child abductions over the past two weeks.Â Â City police say a black male driving a silver four-door Honda, possibly with Florida license plates, approached a 12-year old boy Tuesday afternoon near State Pier Road, grabbed the boyâ€™s wrists, and dragged him toward a parked car.Â Â The boy ran away.Â The post WEDNESDAY EVENING UPDATE appeared first on 98.7 WNLC.More »
- STEFANOWSKI VS LAMONT Connecticut businessman Bob Stefanowski has won the Republican nomination for governor, defeating four fellow contenders in Tuesday’s election, including the GOP’s endorsed candidate. A political newcomer from Madison, Stefanowski is a former GE executive who pitched himself as Bob the Rebuilder in his TV ads and who has pledged to eliminate the state’s personal income tax. He will face Greenwich businessman Ned Lamont in November. GRISWOLD HIGH GRAD WINS AG NOMINATION State prosecutor Sue Hatfield has won the Republican nomination for attorney general.Â Â The post WEDNESDAY MORNING UPDATE appeared first on 98.7 WNLC.More »
- STAY HERE!! Pleas are madeÂ today to keep a New London father from being deported to his native Colombia.Â Â Julian Rodriguez and his wife emigrated to the Whaling City in 2000 to avoid guerilla violence.Â Their 14-year son is undergoing treatment at the Connecticut Childrenâ€™s Medical Center in Hartford for a rare genetic blood disease.Â He and his mother are also part of a major research study of the illness.Â Julian is now facing a September 12th deportation unless a waiver is grantedÂ by U-S immigration officials.Â The post TUESDAY EVENING UPDATE appeared first on 98.7 WNLC.More »
- The music icon got her start in the church with her father as her singing coach.
- She was an 18-time Grammy winner and the first woman to be inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
- Franklin sang at Martin Luther King Jr.’s funeral as well as at the inauguration of Barack Obama.
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