15 hrs ago
UPDATED: Hilary Clinton supporters line up for tickets to upcoming book-signing
R.J. Julia Booksellers took orders for hundreds of copies of Hillary Clinton's "Hard Choices" this morning, setting the stage for the potential Democratic presidential candidate's upcoming book-signing at the store, a shoreline institution.
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22 hrs ago
Have Video & Editing Experience?
Waterford-East Lyme Animal Control made the following query via Facebook : "We are looking for someone with a handheld video camera and editing software or capabilities, looking to make an educational video and could use some technical assistance.
Bangor Daily News
15-month-old dies after being left inside parked vehicle
A 15-month-old boy died after being left inside a parked car Monday night in Ridgefield, the latest in a string of similar cases in the state and country that have put a spotlight on the danger of leaving children in hot vehicles.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
The Greenwich Daily Voice
Ridgefield Police Investigate Death Of 15-Month-Old Boy In Hot Car
Police in Ridgefield confirmed Tuesday that they are investigating the death of a child left in a hot car Monday.
Old Saybrook: Preserve The Preserve
Many residents and visitors treasure this region's shoreline not because of what people have built here, such as housing developments, highways, shopping centers and factories, but for what they've preserved.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Two Black Kitties Need a Home
Two black kittens - one male and one female - are looking for their forever home.
Waterford Green Party cites areas of growth
Last week, party member Bill Collins won the state party nomination for the 38th District representative seat, making him the town party's first candidate for office.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Lobsterfest, arts & crafts show in East Lyme feed body and soul
Artist Fran Henderson of Truro, Mass., works on an oil painting inside an antique window frame while showing her work Saturday at the 54th annual Arts & Crafts Show at the East Lyme Town Hall grounds.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Stonington finance director to depart, bound for Waterford
For the fourth time in eight months, a high-ranking Town Hall employee is leaving to take a new job, this time longtime Director of Finance Maryanna Stevens.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Rainy Weather Soaks Holiday Campers
Downpours drenched Rocky Neck State Park in East Lyme but dozens of campers brave the wet weather they would not let the rain ruin their holiday plans Wet weather soaked beaches and campgrounds across the state this Fourth of July, but it didn't stop some from heading outdoors.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
The Hartford Courant
Major Sewer Project Planned In Old Lyme
The town and its beach communities are close to an agreement on a major project that would install sewers for the town's thousands of summer homes.
CT Parks May Fill Up on July Fourth Weekend
It may be impossible to find a parking spot at state parks this holiday weekend, with summer heat and July Fourth celebrations calling people toward pools and recreation spots.
Fourth of July parades, music and more
Independence Day festivities ratchet up for the weekend, with parades aplenty around the area.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
On Monday U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney successfully displayed the substantial local and state support for a proposed upgrade of rail lines that run through Connecticut from New London harbor north to the Massachusetts border.
East Lyme to hold hearing tonight on weekend water use restrictions
A public hearing tonight will consider weekend water restrictions that would go into effect Friday but may not be needed for the entire summer.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
State announces distribution centers for potassium iodide pills
Distribution of more than 1 million potassium iodide pills for those who live or work within the 10-mile Emergency Planning Zone around the Millstone Power Station in Waterford has begun, the state Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection announced Tuesday.
Ritter, Formica qualify to apply for public campaign financing for 20th state Senate race
Two candidates for the 20th district state Senate seat, state Rep. Betsy Ritter and East Lyme First Selectman Paul Formica, a Republican, have reached the required thresholds to apply for campaign finance grants through the state's Citizens' Election Program, according to the candidates' campaigns.
East Lyme man pleads guilty after second oxycodone arrest
A 21-year-old East Lyme man who was rearrested in April while awaiting resolution of a pending illegal prescription drug case pleaded guilty Tuesday in New London Superior Court to two counts of possession of narcotics with intent to sell.
Police investigating potential 'road rage' incident in East Lyme
Police are investigating a potential road rage incident that happened Friday night that resulted in the serious injury of one of the drivers.