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Premium Content Alexey von Schlippe Gallery presents late-summer show

Four accomplished regional artists working in very different mediums and techniques are featured in the Late Summer Exhibition at the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art in Groton. But...

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Premium Content At York, 'We're saving each other'

Some inmates at the York Correctional Institution find that a program designed to help dogs is also helping them.

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Premium Content Fire departments agree: We need more volunteers

The shrinking numbers of those willing to volunteer in the fire service over the past few decades has local departments continually scratching their heads over ways not only to attract, but to retain...

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Premium Content Municipal meetings - week of July 28

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Tuesday - Pondcliff Condominium Association, 7 p.m., Town Hall; Water & Sewer Commission, 7 p.m., Town Hall.

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Premium Content UPDATED: 900 homes in Lymes without power

A faulty switch leaves customers in Old Lyme, Lyme and East Lyme without power.

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Premium Content Wet and wild in Groton

Erica Russell, 17, of Groton, a counselor at the Groton Parks and Recreation Summer Camp at the Claude M. Chester School, attempts to shield camper Catherine Hodge, 7, of Groton from a soaking Tuesday as campers drench each other with water from hoses. About 50 students...

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Premium Content Ledyard school board to discuss FOI issues

In a special meeting at 6 p.m. today, the Ledyard Board of Education will enter an executive session to discuss Freedom of Information Act issues with its attorney.

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Premium Content Amistad America's contract with Ocean Classroom Foundation of Maine to expire

Amistad America announced Tuesday that its contract with the soon-to-be-defunct Ocean Classroom Foundation of Maine will expire Aug. 31, at which point it will resume independent management of the schooner.

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Premium Content UConn program's goal is managing forest growth near power lines

Connecticut's miles of tree-lined roads are for many a favorite feature of the state's landscape, and Thomas Worthley agrees these shady corridors are beautiful. But, he believes, a developed place like Connecticut shouldn't continue to coexist with so much forest without...

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Premium Content State waits on Carter's certification application to be superintendent

The state Department of Education has put on hold its review of Terrence P. Carter’s application to become a certified superintendent until the Board of Education’s investigation into his background is complete.

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Premium Content Local roundup: Mystic wins state 9-10 baseball title

Ellington — Mystic defeated Fairfield National 5-3 on Monday night to win the Connecticut Little League (9-10) baseball championship.

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Premium Content Local roundup: Hill leads Schooners to victory

Groton - Aaron Hill's two-run double highlighted a four-run sixth inning that lifted the Mystic Schooners to a 5-4 win over the Keene Swamp Bats in a New England...

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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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The Jim Lafayette Memorial Series of Writers of Science Fiction and Fantasy — 6:30 pm; Wed., Jul. 30

Washington Park Concert — 6:30 pm; Thu., Jul. 31

Betty Buckley — 9:30 pm; Fri., Aug. 1

The Voice of Broadway with Betty Buckley — 7:00 pm; Fri., Aug. 1

Messages from the Other Side, Aug. 2, Waterford — 6:00 pm; Sat., Aug. 2

One Book, One Region Book Discussion — 6:30 pm; Wed., Aug. 6