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    Kimberly Drelich
    Sunday, April 21, 2024

    DAY NEWSROOM: Day Staff Writer

    Kimberly Drelich

    Day Staff Writer

    Phone: (860) 701-4322

    Kimberly Drelich


    By Kimberly Drelich

    The Town Council has reduced the Board of Education’s proposed budget increase to 6%.
    The first three Australian officers graduated Thursday from the U.S. Naval Submarine School’s Submarine Officer Basic Course as part of AUKUS, a trilateral security agreement among Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
    City Mayor Keith Hedrick outlined the expected tax impact of the proposed 2024-25 budget of $19,833,651.
    The mission of an upcoming Earth Day Expo at the Groton Public Library is to not only educate people on how to live more sustainably, but also to have them take direct action that day.
    Decades ago, Groton town leaders decided to not allow new mobile home parks or expansion of existing parks. They’re now rethinking that strategy amid the big demand for housing.
    A proposal to upgrade the existing telecommunications towers at the town’s police department is being pursued instead of building a new cell tower in Noank.
    With the busy warm-weather season approaching, the town’s Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday approved short-term rental regulations that will go into effect May 15.
    Repairs to the northbound span of the Gold Star Memorial Bridge, highway safety improvements and upgrades to bus facilities are among the significant projects listed in the four-year plan.
    CW3 Jeff Aspinwall, a Groton resident, was named Aviator of the Year.
    East Lyme police have released the identities and cause of death for two people found dead Friday at a home in the Black Point section of Niantic.