Changing the world, one flower bulb at a time
Students at Solomon Schechter Academy adopted the Cohanzie Fire Department as part of their yearlong theme, “Children Can Change the World.” On Oct. 30, they were hard at work planting daffodil and tulip bulbs for a colorful spring.
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When Megan O’Neill of Old Lyme was attending Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, she had an opportunity to do a monthlong internship in a poor, rural region of South Africa.
For 10 days starting Friday evening, the state Department of Transportation will close the southbound section of Interstate 395 to complete a $6 million bridge rehabilitation where the highway crosses Route 85.
Recent studies show that the ability to learn new languages stays strong until the late teenage years.
Young adult actors with the Eastern Connecticut Performing Arts Association will perform a school edition of the musical “RENT” on a two-night run July 19 and 20 at Griswold High School.