Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Click here for a Q & A with Scott Bates, former chairman of the Connecticut Port Authority, about the growing role of the state’s maritime industry.
Category: Maritime Industry
The U.S. Coast Guard ran an enlisted training facility at Groton's Avery Point campus from 1942-1967.
Banjos, mandolins and ukuleles were produced by Groton’s Bacon Banjo Co. from 1920-1938.
Electric Boat Expects to Hire 14,000 Workers in the Next 12 Years
The average travel time for employees commuting to Groton is 19 minutes.
Groton is home to the only regulation size outdoor roller hockey rink in Connecticut.
Built between 1826 and 1830, Groton's granite obelisk is the oldest of its type in the Country
Mystic Pizza was the inspiration for the1988 film that launched Julia Roberts' career.
In 1954, Electric Boat launched the USS Nautilus, the world's first nuclear powered submarine
A 1916 Donald Ross design, Shennecossett is ranked by Golf.com as a top 50 course for under $50
In 1800's, Groton mathematician Nathan Daboll and his family published the New England Almanac.