WXLM 980 AM 7 Governor Winthrop Blvd, New London, CT06320 From news to sports, WXLM keeps the chatter going. The talk radio station has a community focus with local news and…More sports discussions as well as weather and traffic alerts, resident profiles and restaurant reviews. Other programs include political commentators and religious shows.
Yankee Remodeler of New London 95 Truman St, New London, CT06320 Yankee Remodeler of New London is a residential and commercial renovations business. It offers general…More contracting, custom milling and woodworking, ADA compliance, weather stripping, stone fabrication, and all kinds of other custom projects. A gallery of completed work is available to view on its website.
West Marine 351 N Frontage Rd, New London, CT06320 West Marine has all-weather gear, maps, electronic navigation tools, kayaks, repair manuals, hardware, sports clothing,…More sunglasses, paint, cleaners,winterizers, fish finders, binoculars, audio equipment, and so much more. Come in and let Al or John help you with all your boating wants and needs.
WICH 1310 AM 89 Broad St, New London, CT06320 As "Personality Radio," WICH has broadcast local talk shows since it was founded soon after World War II. In addition to…More a mix of music, the station has radio hosts who incorporate local news, weather and sports. The Broad Street location is a satellite office of the Norwich-based Hall Communications.
Upper Deck Cafe 123 Pequot Ave, New London, CT06320 Sausage and biscuits, scrambled eggs, fresh-made blueberry muffins, cookies and a cup of coffee are some of them items…More featured on the Upper Deck's menu of comfort food. Customers can enjoy breakfast outdoors on the Upper Deck's seasonal upper deck, which opens in May. When the weather cools down, diners can enjoy an ocean view from inside the restaurant.
Lyman Allyn Art Museum 625 Williams St, New London, CT06320 Sandwiched between the Coast Guard Academy and Connecticut College, the Lyman Allyn Art Museum is a Neo-Classical…More structure which almost seems orphaned from one of the campuses. Named in honor of a whaling captain whose daughter left $1 million toward the foundation of the museum upon her death in 1926, the museum weathered the Great Depression to open in 1932 with only 13 objects. Today, it hosts between 12,000 and 14,000 pieces of American fine and decorative art as well as European prints and paintings. The museum also holds revolving exhibits, lectures, and children's activities and is open free of charge to New London residents.