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When Are Waterford's Tree Lighting Ceremonies?
New London and Niantic's trees were fully illuminated over the weekend but Waterford is waiting until closer to the holiday to light its two Christmas trees.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New London's 10th Annual Festival of Trees
A Press Release From Neff Productions Downtown New London Association and Neff Productions, invite you to the 10th Annual Festival of Trees.
Holiday greenery to accompany New London, Waterford meals
Members of the New London Garden Club fashion seasonal holiday greens arrangements Monday at Waterford Public Library.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Hartford Courant
Reader Submitted: Shoreline Gymnastics Competes At Frog Bridge Invitational
Shoreline Gymnastics of Old Saybrook competed at the Frog Bridge Halloween Invitational in Columbia on Oct. 27. Levels 3 and 4 were represented.
Waterford still hopes school site can be developed
The 90-year-old Cohanzie School, which sits on 9 acres of land on Dayton Road, has long been viewed as a site for potential redevelopment, despite objections from some who attended the former elementary school.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Black Friday starts season of crime for police
Police in Waterford and Groton, which host many of the region's major shopping outlets, say they are ready for the frenzied holiday shopping season - and the crimes and mishaps it inevitably entails.
Happy hour meets art class in local venues
Anne Gaffey, left, owner of Paint Stix, helps Cathy Elliott of East Lyme while teaching a painting class at Filomena's Restaurant in Waterford.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Shopping mania on Thanksgiving evening in Waterford
Employees at Best Buy in Waterford hold a pep rally on the sales floor just minutes before opening the doors at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013.
Police logs - Nov. 28
Frank J. Colmenares Jr., 23, of 40 Norwood Ave., New London, was charged Monday with driving with a suspended license.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Lesser's Petition asks Lawmakers for Triple Overtime Pay for Thanksgiving Day
Taking a cue from legislation just announced in Ohio, Connecticut State Rep. Matthew Lesser, D-Middletown, has created a petition on Moveon.org to require big-box retailers to pay employees triple overtime for working on Thanksgiving Day.
Black Friday Survival Kits, Pet Photos With Santa And More At Crystal Mall
Tis the season to start shopping and to celebrate, Crystal Mall is offering extended holiday hours starting at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 28. The Waterford mall is offering special shopping events and activities during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, inviting people to walk off those Thanksgiving dinner calories in the climate-controlled ... (more)
Firefighters help 3 on Jet Skis to safety in Waterford
Three adventure seekers on personal watercraft made a safe return to the shore this afternoon after one of their Jet Skis broke down near Two Tree Island.
New London Food Pantry Feeds Hundreds For the Holidays-Thanks To Volunteers and Donations
On the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, New London Area Food Pantry hit a new record, serving 253 clients in one day.
Who's Hiring in Waterford?
December is reportedly the best month to find a job because companies often find they have money to spare at the end of the year.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
How Do I Give Back to My Community?
During the holiday season, there is no shortage of opportunities to help those in need in our community.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Driver in Groton crash identified
State police have identified the driver who was seriously injured early Sunday after allegedly leading police on a chase from Quaker Hill to Groton as 35-year-old Maria Divas of Boston, Mass.
Snow for Thanksgiving, Holiday Shopping, and Seasonal Celebrations
Here's what weather.com is predicting the rest of week is likely to bring: Tuesday: There's a 60 percent chance of rain, most likely in the afternoon.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Police: High-Speed Chase With Waterford Cop Leads To Groton Crash
A high-speed chase that began in Waterford this morning ended with a car in the woods in Groton and a person in the hospital with serious injuries.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Harpist Allyn Donath directs Voices on the Thames
Harpist Allyn Donath, shown here playing at an Alzheimer's Caregivers lunch in North Stonington, serves as music director for the Voices on the Thames youth choir.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Four cases of whooping cough in East Lyme schools
What seemed like an ordinary cold, with coughing, sneezing and a runny nose, turned out to be a potentially dangerous and highly contagious illness for four students in town schools this month who were diagnosed with pertussis, commonly called whooping cough.