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Premium Content Waterford hearing on agreement to sell Cohanzie School changed to Aug. 11

Centerplan Companies is slated to present its proposal for an apartment complex on the property of the former Cohanzie School on Aug. 11, when a public hearing on an option to sell the property to...

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Premium Content Police logs - July 25

Joseph G. Roy, 88, of 133 South Broad St., Apt. 3C, Pawcatuck, was charged Wednesday with breach of peace.

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Premium Content SUMMERFEST KICKS OFF SATURDAY AT CAMP HARKNESS

Summerfest, a benefit for Camp Harkness, will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the camp on Great Neck Road, Waterford.

The event will include performances by the Boston band New Watch...

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Premium Content Waterford to host voter registration

Waterford - The Registrars of Voters will hold voter registration Tuesday, July 29, from 5 to 7 p.m., at the registrars' office in Town Hall, for the Aug. 12 primary...

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Premium Content UPDATED: Power restored in Waterford, Route 1 reopens

Waterford – A downed wire on Route 1 Thursday left 1,659 Connecticut Light & Power customers temporarily without power and closed Route 1. Power was...

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Premium Content New London superintendent candidate had signed a contract and moved to city

New London — The attorney representing Terrence P. Carter said Friday his client signed an agreement to become the city’s next superintendent and has relocated to the city with the understanding that the job was his.

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Premium Content Registrar race makes for unusual primary in North Stonington

A primary will be held in August between two women vying for the opportunity to work with fewer than 4,000 registered voters in a part-time job that pays barely $5,000 a year.

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Maine-based Ocean Classroom Foundation, which operated Amistad, to close

Portland, Maine — The Ocean Classroom Foundation, a nonprofit based in Maine that has run educational programs for students aboard schooners for almost 20 years, will stop operating at the end of this summer, according to executive director Greg...

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Premium Content Poquonnock Bridge Fire District lays off 9 firefighters

UPDATED: 2:30 p.m. Poquonnock Bridge had 25 firefighters before Friday's layoffs and now has 16. The department may staff four per shift, but as a practical matter, could have fewer due to illnesses or vacation. It had three on duty after the...

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Premium Content Mystic Seaport and Mashantucket Pequot Museum receive grant for Indian Whalers Project

Mystic Seaport and the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center on Friday announced receipt of a $30,095 grant from Connecticut Humanities to support a project called Connecticut Indian Whalers: Work, Community, and Life at Sea.

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Premium Content Local roundup: Waterford advances in state Legion tournament

Waterford - Justin Keating's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning snapped a 5-5 tie to give Waterford a 6-5 win over Southington on Thursday and a sweep of...

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Premium Content Local roundup: Mystic advances to 9-10 baseball finals

Pomfret - Colin Anderson pitched a three-hitter and Jason Erb went 4-for-4, including a three-run home run, with six RBI as Mystic defeated Tolland on Wednesday, 14-2, at...

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Important Numbers for Waterford
Emergencies: 911 An egret alights on the shore of Millstone Point in Waterford.
Non-Emergency Numbers:
Police: (860) 442-9451
Fire: (860) 443-6302
City Hall: (860) 447-5201
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Tess Townsend covers Waterford. Contact her at t.townsend@theday.com or (860) 701-4363.

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Friday Night Fun and Silly Hat Parade at Ocean Beach — 7:30 pm; Fri., Jul. 25

The Dick Campo Big Band — 6:30 pm; Fri., Jul. 25

'Back to the Future" - Outdoor Movie in the Park — 8:30 pm; Sat., Jul. 26

'Old Neighbors' Colonel Ledyard School Reunion — 11:30 am; Sat., Jul. 26

Fish Tales, Tugs & Sails — 11:00 am; Sat., Jul. 26

Kids' Day at the Hempsted Houses — 1:00 pm; Sat., Jul. 26

Lobster Bake — 4:00 pm; Sat., Jul. 26

Blue Monday Concert — 6:00 pm; Mon., Jul. 28