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Parks & Rec camp: hot, sweaty fun

The Montville Parks and Recreation Department Summer Camp is in session.

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Premium Content Companies sign up for Total Life Expo

The following companies have signed on to be at the Total Life Expo on Saturday, Oct. 11 in the Uncas Ballroom at Mohegan Sun Casino: Qivana, Access to Health Chiropractic Center,...

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Premium Content Governor joins Mohegan Tribe at groundbreaking

Mohegan - Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday joined Mohegan tribal officials at the future site of an Arooga's Grille House and Sports Bar, the first of 15 Arooga's franchises the tribe plans...

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Premium Content Two charged in copper pipe thefts in Norwich

Eric Vic, 29, of no certain address and Kevin Banta, 30, of 93 Georgia Road, Oakdale, each were charged following investigation into reports of copper piping taken from a vacant home on Joseph...

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Premium Content Montville voters may register Tuesday

This session is in preparation for the Republican and Democratic primaries on Aug. 12.

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Travel back in time to a genteel Crescent Beach, Niantic

East Lyme - Postcards from the past capture flashes of summertime life at Crescent Beach.

Boaters canoe on the bay, beachgoers traipse on sand and wade in green waters, and visitors await a train at a railroad station that once stood in the beach...

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New pet store promotes shelter adoptions

The newly opened Mystic Pet Shop at 28 East Main St. does not sell pets (except for fish).

It's all part of the business philosophy of owners Genevieve Triplett and John Creaturo, who would rather have customers adopt a dog or cat from a shelter than buy one from a...

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Premium Content Officials say Carter was poorly vetted for superintendent's job

Members of the committee that was tasked with finding a new superintendent of schools said Wednesday they are not satisfied with the vetting of Terrence P. Carter, the man the Board of Education unanimously selected for the superintendent's job.

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Premium Content Fishing expedition

Derek Jennings of Brookfield casts his line Wednesday while fishing off the boardwalk at the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Marine Headquarters in Old Lyme.

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Premium Content Groton unlikely to intervene as hour nears for 9 firefighter layoffs at Poquonnock Bridge

Nine firefighters from Poquonnock Bridge will be laid off at 8 a.m. Friday, with the town unlikely to step in based on discussions earlier this week.

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Another Sun flameout

Washington — The Connecticut Sun continued to skid out of control Wednesday and towards playoff oblivion as one of their recent disturbing traits came to the fore...

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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 Montville
Emergencies: 911 The first day of classes at Mohegan Elementary School in Montville.
Non-Emergency Numbers:
Police: (860) 848-6500
Fire: (860) 848-8070
Town Hall: (860) 848-3030
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Tess Townsend covers Montville. Contact her at t.townsend@theday.com or (860) 701-4363

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Adam Kolker Quartet — 8:00 pm; Thu., Jul. 24

Billy Stritch & Jim Caruso — 8:00 pm; Thu., Jul. 24

Summer Nights with the band Sunday Gravy — 7:00 pm; Thu., Jul. 24

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