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Births - Dec. 28

Mile Births

Published: 12/28/14

Births - Dec. 28

Hallisey - Augusto

Mile Engagements

Published: 12/28/14

The families of Alana Hallisey and Nicholas Augusto are pleased to announce their engagement.

Belcher - Ostermann

Mile Engagements

Published: 12/28/14

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Belcher of Gales Ferry are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Lauren, to Jonathan Paul Ostermann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ostermann of Daleville, Va.

Byrne - Mack-Gorin

Mile Weddings

Published: 12/28/14

Tracey Mack-Gorin and Fiach Byrne were married Oct. 4, 2014 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mystic.

New husband's suspicions are troubling to his wife

Advice Columns

Published: 12/28/14

DEAR ABBY: I recently got married. My husband goes through my purse, my papers, my jewelry, my clothes - and even my underwear.

Your stars - Dec. 28

Horoscopes

Published: 12/28/14

CAPRICORN: Listen, but don't be too quick to believe what you hear.

Final goodbye: Roll call of some who died in 2014

General

Published: 12/28/14

A roll call of some who died in 2014

La Grua Center Lecture Series presents Fareed Yasseen

Events

Published: 12/28/14

The La Grua Center will present a discussion by Fareed Yasseen on the topic of Syria, Iraq, and ISIS on Thursday, Jan. 8.

Books for children - Dec. 28

Books

Published: 12/28/14

Book recommendations for young readers

Little-known book by pope outlines views, hopes for Cuba

Books

Published: 12/28/14

A little-known book about Cuba by Jorge Mario Bergoglio - now Pope Francis - provides new insight into his views on Cuban society.

Mystic artist featured in Old Saybrook

Exhibits

Published: 12/28/14

John Pattenden of Mystic is the featured artist for the month of January in the Marshview Gallery in Old Saybrook.

Shunning Apple tops long list of wrong market calls this year

National Business

Published: 12/28/14

Investors who clung to winners from the first five years of the bull market, from Internet companies to small caps, got burned in the sixth as chipmakers, utilities and dividend shares rallied.

Condo board has options for dealing with annoying neighbor

Business MCT

Published: 12/28/14

If he continues to ignore the fines, the board can restrict his access to the pool and other community amenities (assuming your condo documents allow).

Big changes coming to Cuba tourism

National Business

Published: 12/28/14

Visits to Cuba are not only expected to grow dramatically, they are expected to become more flexible and less bureaucratic following last week's announcement by Cuba and the U.S. that they would work to restore normal diplomatic relations.

Coming soon: Cuba Libres made with real Cuban rum

National Business

Published: 12/28/14

U.S. rum aficionados are abuzz over the possibility of mixing a Cuba Libre with authentic Cuban rum, now that they will be able to bring home liquor distilled in the communist nation.

Survey: 80 percent of employers give year-end bonuses

Business MCT

Published: 12/28/14

About half of companies awarding bonuses plan to give monetary bonuses based on company, departmental or employee performance, up over last year's 44 percent.

Day's slanted coverage unfair to police officers

Letters

Published: 12/28/14

Shocked? Not so much. Repulsed? Definitely. After enduring this newspaper's incessant attempt to glorify a gangster wanna be in Ferguson and a career criminal in New York as the reincarnation of Medgar Evers and Emmitt Till, I have to point out the...

Lack of competition for NL board troubling

Letters

Published: 12/28/14

Recently, the New London Board of Education decided in a unanimous vote to re-elect its current chair for another term. Given the controversy over the near contract-signing of Terrance Carter as the next Superintendent, this vote was difficult to...

Millstone radiation is not a safety threat

Guest Opinions

Published: 12/28/14

Radiation from Millstone well monitored and of no safety consequence to public.

Cuba, the 51st state? And let's be honest

Columnists

Published: 12/28/14

The harsh turth, American citizens are not as good as they used to be.

Fraternities resist change

Columnists

Published: 12/28/14

Why do colleges stick by fraternities? Oh yeah, the money.

Sunday's cartoon - Dec. 28

Cartoons

Published: 12/28/14

Cartoon

East Lyme balances innovation, caution

Editorials

Published: 12/28/14

Exploring new options for health care in East Lyme, but going slowly.

Too many cranberries, too small market

Business MCT

Published: 12/28/14

Awash in cranberries, growers look for new markets

Annual IRA contribution could result in tax deduction

Business MCT

Published: 12/28/14

Whether those contributions are deductible depends on how much earned income is reported.