Limited Funding as Schools Report Waitlists, Growing Demand for Mental Health Services

...Robel, practice manager for school-based health centers at United Community and Family Services, which operates school-based health centers in the Norwich, Waterford, Montville and Griswold Public Schools.  School-based health centers – miniature doctor’s offices that provide students with everything from check-ups to sick visits to mental health assessments and consultations...

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Insurance Agency Will Donate Building Proceeds for Construction of Domestic Violence Center 

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WILLIMANTIC/NEW LONDON — An insurance agency is donating its Willimantic-based storefront to the New-London-based domestic violence agency Safe Futures; the building’s sale will support the construction of a multi-purpose center for domestic violence victims in Waterford.    The single-story building, located at 757 Main Street in Willimantic, was previously the offices...

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‘Black History is Everyone’s History’

...story with the juniors and seniors at Waterford High School as part of an assembly on Black History Month on Wednesday morning that brought together local leaders in two panel discussions.  Andre Hauser, principal at the high school, said that the assembly’s motto, “Black History is Everyone’s History,” underscored the...

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New London Presses for Added COVID Testing

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...that the district was working to get State support for the New London testing site at Ocean Beach Park.  Ledge Light, which comprises the towns of East Lyme, Groton, Stonington, New London, Old Lyme, Ledyard, Stonington, Waterford and North Stonington, has a total of four testing sites, each open for...

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‘Be Smart, Be Kind, Stay Safe’

...heed, nor likely ever shall generally heed Elaine’s sage and simple advice, it’s fair enough and factual enough to say. Today, CTEX readers, let smart, kind and safe become your bywords for 2022. Such resolution shall cause no harm, I boldly daresay and brazenly bray. George “Bud” Bray Waterford, CT...

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As East Lyme Changes Course on Sewers, Old Lyme Faces Further Delays

...Lyme’s pipes, which connect through Waterford to New London’s sewage treatment plant. The 170,000 gallons included 50,000 gallons designated for Sound View Beach in Old Lyme. The agreement also included an additional 130,000 gallons as reserve capacity, bringing the total to 300,000 gallons.  Tim Griswold, the first selectman of Old...

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