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Premium Content UPDATED: East Lyme teen struck by car listed in good condition

The 16-year-year-old girl who was hit by a car while running on Route 1 was listed in good condition Wednesday at Yale-New Haven Hospital.

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Premium Content Teen runner hit by car, seriously injured in East Lyme

A teenage girl was seriously injured Tuesday when she was struck by a car while running on Route 1, just west of Heritage Road.

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Premium Content New restaurant to take place of East Lyme pizza eatery

East Lyme - The recently closed Pizza Cucina restaurant on Boston Post Road in the Flanders section of town will be replaced by a new eatery, Il Pomodoro, operated by the...

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Premium Content East Lyme commission discusses Landmark lawsuit behind closed doors

The Water and Sewer Commission met in closed session Tuesday to discuss litigation from Landmark Development Group, the Middletown-based company that is proposing to build a residential complex,...

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Premium Content East Lyme names interim assistant superintendent

The school system is not only welcoming students back to school on Wednesday, but also introducing this year a new interim Assistant Superintendent for Special Education and Pupil Personnel Services.

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Premium Content Norwich plans appeal of order to rehire fired rec director

The city plans an appeal of a decision by state labor officials that directs the city to rehire fired former recreation director C. Roger Moss, according to Norwich Human Resources Director Brigid Marks.

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Premium Content New London school board to receive findings in superintendent investigation Thursday

The findings of the New London Board of Education's investigation into superintendent appointee Terrence P. Carter are scheduled to be made public at Thursday evening's board meeting.

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Premium Content Waterford, Montville receive state brownfield grants

Waterford and Montville are among 16 municipalities throughout the state to receive allocations in the state's latest release of grants and loans for brownfield remediation and redevelopment projects, according to a press release from the office of the governor.

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Premium Content Stonington recreation administrator resigning

Stonington Recreation Administrator Joe Mendonca Jr. has informed the town that he will resign on Sept. 12.

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Premium Content Fifty acres in Lyme added to national wildlife refuge

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has acquired 50 acres in Whalebone Cove from The Nature Conservancy that will be added to 66 acres there already owned by the service as part of the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge.

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East Lyme Sports

Premium Content Local roundup: Tigers swept at Staten Island

Staten Island, N.Y. - Chris Breen tripled and scored in the first game and had two doubles and two runs scored in the second game as the Staten Island Yankees swept the...

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Tennis Teachers Improve the Skill of Shoreline Players

Tennis enthusiasts won't be happy to hear about the sport's recent turn in participation. Players are dropping like flies, fleeing to other sports, or not even giving tennis a chance. But...

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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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Summer of Science Movie Series — 5:00 pm; Wed., Aug. 27

Film and Discussion — 6:30 pm; Thu., Aug. 28

Rhythm & Roots Festival — ; Fri., Aug. 29

Guided Tour of Connecticut College Arboretum's Caroline Black Garden — 10:00 am; Sat., Aug. 30

Meet the Artists and Artisans — ; Sat., Aug. 30

Rhythm & Roots Festival — ; Sat., Aug. 30

Weekend Flea Market — 9:00 am; Sat., Aug. 30

Coast Guard Band performs at Fort Trumbull — 3:00 pm; Sun., Aug. 31