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Premium Content Paddling for land's sake

If kayaking the Long Island Sound is on your 2014 to-do list — and it ought to be — the land trusts in Lyme and Old Lyme are making it easy to check off that one.

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Premium Content Milky Way lights up sky over Lyme

A branch of the Milky Way Galaxy is seen in the sky over the Grassy Hill Congregational Church on a crisp and clear night in Lyme Thursday Sept. 18, 2014.

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Pledge to spend 10 percent of food budget on local goods

Maybe it's the hubbub of drivers, cyclists and walkers that tip you off or maybe it's the market tents hovering in the distance. There's a farmer's market ahead with tables full of colorful goods...

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Premium Content Burglaries reported in Old Lyme, Lyme

State police in Westbrook have notified residents of an interrupted burglary Wednesday afternoon in Old Lyme. Police said they are looking for a silver or gray 1990s-era Chevy Malibu hatchback in...

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Premium Content 33rd Senate District hopefuls face off in debate

The voices of three parties with distinct views on the economy, environment and education filled the packed Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School auditorium on Tuesday.

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Premium Content Rail upgrade grants to open opportunities for Norwich

City and school leaders told business leaders this morning that Norwich is changing for the better thanks in large part to state and federal grants that are helping to pay for improvements to roads and rail lines, do environmental assessments and bring more teachers,...

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Premium Content Water main repaired, service restored to East Lyme homes

Ten homes in the Herster Drive neighborhood were without water for several hours Friday during repairs of a water main leak.

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Premium Content New London police union approves proposed contract

By a 4-to-1 margin, police union members on Friday approved a proposed three-year contract with the city that calls for a phased series of raises and an extra day off every two weeks.

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Premium Content Montville full-day kindergarten boosts literacy skills

Data from Montville schools' first year offering full-day kindergarten show improvement in early literacy skills among the town's kindergarteners.

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Premium Content New London mayor's no-show delays Fort Trumbull talks

The debate over a possible change of control of some parcels of land at Fort Trumbull appears to be at a standstill until the issue works its way through the City Council’s committee process.

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Tennis Teachers Improve the Skill of Shoreline Players

Tennis enthusiasts won't be happy to hear about the sport's recent turn in participation. Players are dropping like flies, fleeing to other sports, or not even giving tennis a chance. But...

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Premium Content Local roundup: Hill leads Schooners to victory

Groton - Aaron Hill's two-run double highlighted a four-run sixth inning that lifted the Mystic Schooners to a 5-4 win over the Keene Swamp Bats in a New England...

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Important Numbers for Lyme
Emergencies: 911 Hamburg Cove in Lyme.
Non-Emergency Numbers:
Fire: (860) 434-1329
Town Hall: (860) 434-7733
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Kimberly Drelich covers East Lyme, Lyme and Old Lyme. Contact her at k.drelich@theday.com or 860.701.4322.

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