- EB EXPANSION DETAILED Electric Boat last night unveiled plans for an $850 million project to expand and improve its Groton shipyard. It will include a new construction bay to build a new class of ballistic-missile submarines. It plans to construct a floating dry dock to accommodate this work in its south yard. The intent is to bring many of the materials into the site by water to help reduce congestion on roadways and construction traffic. The post FRIDAY MORNING UPDATE appeared first on 98.7 WNLC.More »
- DREDGING FUNDS EXPECTED The State Bond Commission is expected to vote on a measure today that would award New London a $5 million grant-in-aid for dredging If awarded, the grant-in-aid will be used to finance maintenance of dredging along selected areas at the State Pier in New London. SEWER WORK IMPACTS TRAFFIC Today, Norwich Public Utilities is repairing a 15-foot section of damaged sewer line that is under the road at approximately 110 Main Street. The post THURSDAY MORNING UPDATE appeared first on 98.7 WNLC.More »
- MITCHELL BANNED A member of the New London Housing Authority Board of Commissioners is being barred from authority property and tenants. The authority claims mayoral appointee Kathleen Mitchell is interfering in the daily operations of the authority. Mitchell has been given a warning letter that says she could be removed as a commissioner. Less than a year ago, the authority board tried to get rid of Mitchell but Mayor Michael Passero didn’t act. The post WEDNESDAY MORNING UPDATE appeared first on 98.7 WNLC.More »
- The company released an apology.
- Grammy winner Jack White donates $30,000 to help restore a house in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and featured in 1983’s “The Outsiders”
- Sotheby’s is auctioning off the collection.
- Rippon tried out a magic trick of his own on Blanchett, star of “The House with a Clock in Its Walls.”
- The first show was taped this day 51 years ago.