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Legislation would facilitate creation of regional dispatch center
The New London mayor and the first selectmen from Waterford and East Lyme waited at the state Capitol for more than three hours to ask state legislators to support a bill that would give the three municipalities the ability to create a regional dispatch center.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
East Lyme commission OKs sewage capacity for Landmark development
The Water and Sewer Commission adopted Tuesday an official resolution stating that it would allow 13,000 gallons per day of sewage capacity for Landmark Development's proposed housing complex in the Oswegatchie Hills.
State program assists its 1,000th business
The state's Small Business Express Program, which has pumped more than $7 million into southeastern Connecticut's economy, reached a milestone over the past few weeks by helping fund its 1,000th company statewide.
$43.34 million school budget passed by East Lyme Board of Education in 6-4 vote
After much discussion, the Board of Education approved Monday a $43,342,767 budget for 2014-15, representing a 3.34 percent increase over this year.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Police investigating burglaries from East Lyme to Rhode Island
Groton Town police say they are working with other local law enforcement agencies to solve a recent rash of commercial burglaries.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Firefighters put out car fire that broke out during Guard training in East Lyme
East Lyme Firefighters on Friday were called out to extinguish a car fire that occurred during training exercises at the Stone's Ranch Military Reservation.
Salem Board of Finance approves $2,500 for Economic Development Commission
The Board of Finance approved a $2,500 budget for the Economic Development Commission Thursday, an increase from last year's $1,500 but far lower than the $10,000 requested.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Police logs - March 6
Claude Milton Adams, 25, of 1 Boston Post Road, Old Lyme, was charged Saturday with third-degree larceny and fourth-degree larceny.
Line-dancing lineup in East Lyme
From left, Suzanne Guida of East Lyme, instructor Carla Chacho of Montville, Toni Leland of Uncasville, and Barbara Wilder and Meg Tucciarone, both of East Lyme, participate in a line dancing class Wednesday at the East Lyme Senior Center.
East Lyme's Osaka a culinary getaway
A look at Osaka's storefront in East Lyme doesn't inspire much. It's part of a plaza of equally common-looking businesses, and Osaka's name only intrigues the casual passerby.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Fire damages garage at Niantic landscape business
East Lyme Firefighters have extinguished a blaze that damaged a two-bay garage at Hayes Services LLC, a landscaping, dumpster and plowing company headquartered at 15 Colton Road.
Health districts urge Norwich to ban tobacco from city parks
Officials from the Uncas and Ledge Light health districts are asking Norwich officials to consider making city parks tobacco free to reduce health risks and provide a positive role model to children.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Police logs - March 2
William J. Popp, 33, of 57 Gorton St., Apt. A3, New London, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended license, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to obey a traffic control signal, possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Towns readying for new round of nuke pills distribution
A survey of 210 households in six towns this fall showed that a significant percentage of the respondents lack information about potassium iodide pills that protect against radiation that would be released in a severe nuclear power plant accident.
Winter means business for Niantic boatseller
Don MacKenzie stands at the wheel of a 25-foot Grady-White powerboat Tuesday at his business, Boats, Inc., in Niantic.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
New London Elks to honor local firefighters Sunday
The New London Lodge of Elks is hosting its annual Firefighters Day on Sunday and will give out regional firefighter and paramedic of the year awards.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Backlash among school officials over new teacher evaluations
School administrators and Board of Education members made their displeasure with Connecticut's new teacher evaluation requirements known to state legislators Tuesday during a breakfast sponsored by the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education.
East Lyme commission comes up with sewage capacity for housing plan
Under an order from a judge in an appeals case, the Water and Sewer Commission determined Tuesday the specific sewage capacity it would grant a proposed residential complex in the Oswegatchie Hills.
Water hazard in Niantic
Bruce Bentley of East Lyme practices his golf swing on the beach at McCook Point Park in Niantic Tuesday.