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Premium Content Early literacy program reaches out to parents first

Research shows that nationwide, children from low-income families hear 30 million fewer words than their more affluent peers by the time they are 3 years old.

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Premium Content East Lyme plans school superintendent interviews for November

The Board of Education is moving forward with its search for a new superintendent and aims to interview candidates in early November.

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Premium Content East Lyme to hold final Solarize workshop Wednesday

Residents can learn how this state- and town-sponsored program offers discounts and energy savings that come with installing solar through the program, according to a news release.

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Premium Content Society Road Bridge Replacement to be completed in 2016

The state Department of Transportation said the construction work, which began on Friday, will be complete by May 19,

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Premium Content Sub Base to conduct security exercise on Wednesday

Items of interest to the military community

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Premium Content Backus Hospital to host Remembrance Day Oct. 12

The William W. Backus Hospital will host Remembrance Day to recognize pregnancy and infant loss at 3 p.m. Oct. 12 in the Hartford HealthCare East Region System Support Office on 11 Stott Ave.

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Premium Content Stonington grad's idea about bees creating quite a buzz

Kelsey Julius, a 2008 Stonington High School graduate, and four of her classmates from HEC in Paris will compete tonight at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York for $1 million in seed money to implement their idea of using bees to detect diabetes and tuberculosis.

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Premium Content East Lyme plans school superintendent interviews for November

The Board of Education is moving forward with its search for a new superintendent and aims to interview candidates in early November.

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Premium Content A brush with the law office

Scott Lang of Old Lyme paints Monday near the roof line of a building at 58 Huntington St. in New London. The building is the home of the law offices of Holth & Kollman. Lang is helping out family members.

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Premium Content Drawing up some blueprints

Josh Davis, a penguin trainer at Mystic Aquarium, and Jeanne Long, a major gifts officer, praise Mystic Aquarium's "Blue Blue," a 5-year-old male African penguin, as he walks across blank tiles leaving painted footprints Monday at Get Fired Up in Pawcatuck. The painted...

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East Lyme Sports

Premium Content Local roundup: Black Hall's Rainaud looking to finish strong

Adam Rainaud of Black Hall Club shot a 2-under-par 68 to lead a field of 47 at the Connecticut PGA Professional Championship at Wintonbury Golf Course. The final round of the 36-hole championship is...

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Premium Content H.S. soccer roundup: Extra effort gives victory to the Waterford boys

Daniel Castelpoggi ended the 10-minute overtime session with 7 minutes, 24 seconds remaining, scoring on an assist from Max Wolfley to give the Waterford High School boys’ soccer team a 2-1...

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East Lyme Town Directory

Important Numbers for East Lyme
Emergencies: 911 Members of the 8th Connecticut regiment, Company A march into their campsite at the Smith Harris House in East Lyme.
Non-Emergency Numbers:
Police: (860) 739-5900
Fire: (860) 739-3449
Town Hall: (860) 739-6931
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Kimberly Drelich covers East Lyme, Lyme and Old Lyme. Contact her at k.drelich@theday.com or 860.701.4322.

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Teen Autism Social — 6:00 pm; Tue., Sep. 23

Friends of Fort Trumbull Presentation — 7:00 pm; Thu., Sep. 25

Film and Discussion — 6:30 pm; Thu., Sep. 25

The Underground Railroad in SECT — 6:30 pm; Thu., Sep. 25

Hoot for Hunger — 6:30 pm; Fri., Sep. 26

Fitch Falcon Marching Band Hosts Band Competition — 6:00 pm; Sat., Sep. 27