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  1. New townhouses coming to downtown NianticRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Day

    Nine townhouses on the corner of Hope and Methodist Streets in Niantic are under construction and expected to be built by next summer. East Lyme - Nine condos, described as luxury townhomes, are slated to be built at 45 Hope St. in downtown Niantic by next summer.

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  2. Updated paving schedule for Grand Street area in NianticRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Day

    East Lyme - The town has provided an updated schedule for paving the rest of the Grand Street area. The town's paving contractor has notified the town that they are behind schedule on other jobs and therefore won't start paving the rest of the Grand Street area until Monday, Oct. 30, according to a town notice.

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  3. Consulting firm provides progress report on East Lyme redistricting studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 11 | The Day

    East Lyme - The consulting firm studying redistricting the town's elementary schools is slated to develop maps by early January that will show potential scenarios for redrawing elementary school boundaries. Milone & MacBroom provided the school board on Tuesday with a progress update on a study that is considering the community's demographics, birth rate and housing trends, student enrollment projections, and criteria identified by the board to develop potential redistricting options. The school board approved hiring Milone & MacBroom in August to conduct the study for $25,000, which includes workshops and community forums.

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  4. Police logs - Oct. 10. 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | The Day

    Thomas F. Rago, 45, of 207 Main St., Niantic, was charged Saturday with second-degree breach of peace and first-degree criminal trespass. Christopher N. Brand, 43, of 45 Corey Lane, Niantic, was charged Saturday with five counts of first-degree criminal trespass.

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  5. Sewing, English go hand in handRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | The Day

    New London Adult and Continuing Education students gather during a class in which Deb and Peter Alvord, owners of Shoreline Sewing Machine Co., appeared in an effort to translate sewing abilities into language skills. Front row: Zanaib Hbaish, Amal Kihlo, Fahima Jemmo, Lee Park, Ren Hu, Borgia Colon, Deb Alvord.

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  6. Police logs - Oct. 9, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | The Day

    Tyler A. Calzetta, 23, of 74 Laurelwood Dr., Niantic, was charged Sunday with possession of narcotics, possession of a controlled substance and possession of narcotics out of the original container. Chanel P. Ferguson, 19, of 120 Gallup Hill Road, Apt.

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  7. Shellfish farm opposition has genuine concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 7 | The Day

    In response to the Christopher Mullaney letter, “ Shellfish make river cleaner ,” , concerning a proposed oyster and shellfish farm in the Niantic River. Contrary to what he writes: opposition to the proposal isn't a “not in my backyard” issue.

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  8. Local CalendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | The Day

    BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CT Hurricanes baseball tryouts - Saturday, Oct. 21, 4-6 p.m., Dodd Stadium, Norwich. Contact: Scott Chiasson, [email protected] CT Nationals workout - Sunday, Oct. 29, at The PIT in Niantic.

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  9. Local CalendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | The Day

    BASEBALL/SOFTBALL Strength and conditioning - For baseball and softball for all ages at The Pit in Niantic. Free trial sessions Sept.

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  10. Police logs - Sept. 30, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | The Day

    Jacob R. Gergler, 18, of 1 High St., Niantic, was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct and criminal violation of a protective order. Santiago Cartagena, 59, of 103 Brookside Lane, Pawcatuck, was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended license, misuse of plates, failure to carry minimum insurance and failure to display plates.

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  11. Longtime lawmen retiring from stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | The Day

    Kenneth W. Edwards Jr. of New London, who retired as a New London police captain in 2007 and took a job as an inspector for the Division of Criminal Justice, turned in his badge and gun Thursday, ending a 35-year run in law enforcement. Robert E. Foltz, 56, of East Lyme, a judicial marshal for the past 20 years, turned in his uniform this week and left the courthouse on Huntington Street in New London.

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  12. Follow statutory process for shellfish applicationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | The Day

    Regarding Mr. Mullaney's letter, “ Shellfish make river cleaner ,” . Is he aware Waterford and East Lyme shellfish commission  exceeded their statutory and ordinance authority and created a lease area specifically to accommodate NBSF and then licensed it with no authority, no public notice, no review by town authorities and no public hearing? WELSCO's aquaculture policy requires projects “…be on an experimental basis only, limited in their size, scope and duration” and are not to “…create a hazard or lessen the use of the Niantic River."

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  13. A helping handRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | TheDay.Com

    T.J. Varley holds up the kite for his friend Andy Widmeier, both of New London, so Widmeire, standing on the beach, can get the kite to catch air before he enters the water to go kite boarding off shore from Niantic Board Walk on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017.

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  14. Planning now for the next Harvey, Irma or MariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | The Day

    Proximity to the water is a prime asset for the region. But as bigger, more frequent storms fueled by climate change increase the likelihood for flooding, too much of this water we all love will put more roads, bridges and sewage pumping stations, as well as natural resources such as beaches and shorelines, at risk for damage.

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  15. East Lyme man charged with DUI after March head-on crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | The Day

    East Lyme - Police on Monday charged a 47-year-old town man in connection with a March head-on crash that resulted in minor injuries, according to Chief Michael Finkelstein. Jeffrey S. Kutia, of 14 South Cobblers Court, Niantic, was charged on a warrant with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to drive right.

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  16. New retail building coming to Main Street in downtown NianticRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | The Day

    A single-story, 2,700-square-foot commercial building is being built at 239 Main St. in the Mitchell Trust parking lot between The Black Sheep and Family Pizza . Once built, the retail space will be the new home for Village Wines & Spirits , said George Mitchell, manager for Mitchell Trust.

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  17. Bike and BBQ to benefit East Lyme historic houses, open space to be held SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | TheDay.Com

    East Lyme - The East Lyme Bike and Barbeque event , a fundraiser for the town's historic houses and open spaces, will be held Sunday, Oct. 1. The bicycling event will benefit the Smith-Harris House, the Samuel Smith House and the Thomas Lee House, as well as the East Lyme Land Conservation Trust. The event will feature six bicycle route options: The Horrible Hundred ; The Miserable Metric ; The Mild Metric ; The 38 Special  ; The Easy 26  ; and The Historical House Tour .

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  18. Paving in downtown Niantic to begin MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | TheDay.Com

    East Lyme - The town's Public Works Department will be winding down the final grading on the streets scheduled for repaving in downtown Niantic and is hoping to be done with grading on Wednesday, according to a message from Public Works Director Joe Bragaw. Liquid calcium chloride will be applied on Tuesday and Wednesday to all of the gravel roads to keep the dust down.

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  19. State won't prosecute assault case involving New London attorneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | The Day

    The state will not be prosecuting New London attorney Anthony C. Basilica and a Colchester man in connection with a June 24 altercation on the patio of the Black Sheep Pub in Niantic. Charges against Basilica, 27, and Joshua Taylor, 21, were "nolled" Tuesday when both men appeared in court in New Britain.

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  20. Shellfish make river cleanerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 25 | The Day

    Responding to some negative comment about a proposed oyster and scallop farm in the Niantic River: Years ago the famous Niantic Bay scallop was decimated by the manmade removal of the sea grass growing in the river, upon which the scallop depended to replicate. The educated among us know a large colony of oysters, scallops and mussels cycle sea water through their digestive systems, thus cleaning the water.

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