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    Elizabeth Regan
    Friday, March 01, 2024

    DAY NEWSROOM: Day Staff Writer

    Elizabeth Regan

    Day Staff Writer

    Phone: (860) 701-4216

    Elizabeth Regan


    By Elizabeth Regan

    The businessman behind a stalled plan for a 454-unit senior living complex on Dodge Pond has a date with the Zoning Commission to try to reconcile any differences before an official application is filed.
    A federal court is taking up the case of a Lyme-Old Lyme high school student who said he was falsely accused and arrested for making a threatening comment about a school shooting.
    The businesswoman whose name is behind a controversial development in the north end of town is floating a plan for a 55 and older project near Flanders Four Corners.
    Toilets in multiple high school bathrooms backed up Wednesday, forcing students to shelter in place for their safety before they were dismissed at 12:30 p.m.
    The town assessor said the net taxable grand list is up about half a percent amid new construction, building permits and newly approved subdivisions.
    A Monday morning multi-town police chase that injured one local officer ended Monday morning in Westerly.
    Municipal Valuations Services LLC (Munival) of Fairfield will be seen around town through Oct. 31 as they take exterior photos and inspect residential and commercial properties inside and out
    Officers will respond alongside members of the Waterford and Ledyard police departments as part of the Southeastern Connecticut Special Response Team.
    U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney credited the veterans with successfully advocating for their home country amid declining levels of support in Congress.
    First Selectman Dan Cunningham is forging ahead with the creation of the consolidated East Lyme Fire Services.