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Swimmer dies after going missing in Lyme pond

The 16-year-old male went under while swimming with friends at Uncas Pond, DEEP EnCon Police say.

Fire marshal: Sprinkers helped avert major fire at New London waste facility

The city’s fire marshal said a sprinkler system helped to avert what could have been catastrophic fire Wednesday at the Connecticut Waste Processing Materials (CWPM) facility.

Police logs - May 21, 2022

Arrests by state and local police around the region.

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Girl Scouts package first aid kids for Ukraine

Grace Douton, 8, smiles as she assembles a first aid kit. Over a half dozen Girl Scouts gathered at Flanders Fire Department on Saturday, May 21, 2022, to assemble 100 first aid kits to provide relief on the frontlines in Ukraine. The East Lyme Ambulance Association and Flanders Fire Department provided materials for the kits which included; vinyl gloves, surgical dressings, alcohol wipes and other first-aid essentials. With the help of Troop 63023, the assembled kits will travel to port in New Jersey before making the miles-long trek to the injured in Ukraine. (Daniel Passapera/Special to The Day)

Girl Scouts package first aid kids for Ukraine Saturday in East Lyme

'It’s hard to do violence against those of us we know'

Michael Jordan and Heather Delorm, friends of Buffalo shooting victim Roberta Drury, visit a memorial for the victims of the Buffalo supermarket shooting outside the Tops Friendly Market on Saturday, May 21, 2022, in Buffalo, N.Y. Tops was encouraging people to join its stores in a moment of silence to honor the shooting victims Saturday at 2:30 p.m., the approximate time of the attack a week earlier. Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown also called for 123 seconds of silence from 2:28 p.m. to 2:31 p.m., followed by the ringing of church bells 13 times throughout the city to honor the 10 people killed and three wounded in the racially motivated attack.  (Joshua Bessex/AP Photo)

Southeastern Connecticut Black leaders saddened, angered by racially motivated shooting in Buffalo, N.Y.

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