Login  /  Register  | 3 premium articles left before you must register.

Lyme News

Premium Content Two education groups endorse Bjornberg for 33rd Senate District

The Connecticut Education Association and the Connecticut affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers have endorsed Emily Bjornberg, a Democratic candidate for the state Senate’s 33rd...


Premium Content Brothers sentenced in serial burglary case that residents say robbed Lyme of its sense of security

New London Superior Court Judge Hillary B. Strackbein told brothers Justin and Karl Weissinger from Lyme that they had stolen the security of the entire community as she sentenced them in connection...


Premium Content Municipal meetings - Week of Aug. 17


Monday - Historic Properties, 7:30 p.m., Town Hall.


Premium Content Kids, adults and animals flock to the Hamburg Fair

Friday evening was filled with excitement for the many residents who streamed into the Lyme Grange Fairgrounds for the 113th Hamburg Fair.




More than 150 skippers and their crews from the Mystic River Mudheads, Niantic Bay Yacht Club, Stonington Dinghy Club and Thames Yacht Club, raced in July and raised funds to benefit the Center...


More headlines

New London County stories

Premium Content North Stonington, farmer reach compromise

Following the advice of a Freedom of Information hearing officer, selectmen compromised last week with a property owner who made several allegations against the town.


Premium Content First day, first year at Conn College

Connecticut College first year students take part in orientation activities Friday afternoon on Connecticut College's Tempel Green in New London. The students moved in first thing in the morning and spent the rest of the getting oriented to the campus.


Premium Content Cloudly outlook on the river


Premium Content Pensions raised for disabled former New London police officers

The City Council this week nearly doubled the annual pension payments for three disabled former New London police officers who were receiving less than $6,500 each a year.


Premium Content Students question Blumenthal on sexual-assault bill

While attending a Mitchell College forum about sexual assault on Friday, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal found himself fielding questions on everything from the legal process for dealing with assault reports to how his proposed legislation will impact specific scenarios on...


Lyme Sports

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...


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...


Lyme Town Directory

Important Numbers for Lyme
Emergencies: 911 Hamburg Cove in Lyme.
Non-Emergency Numbers:
Fire: (860) 434-1329
Town Hall: (860) 434-7733
Lyme Directory Links

Full Directory

News by Town


Lyme coverage

Kimberly Drelich covers East Lyme, Lyme and Old Lyme. Contact her at k.drelich@theday.com or 860.701.4322.

What's Happening

Editor's Picks

A total of 12 events have been found.

Free Guided Tour of the Arboretum's Native Plant Collection — 10:00 am; Sat., Aug. 23

Guided Tour of Connecticut College Arboretum's Caroline Black Garden — 10:00 am; Sat., Aug. 23

Schemitzun at the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Mashantucket Reservation — 10:00 am; Sat., Aug. 23

The Executive Session — 5:00 pm; Sat., Aug. 23

La Amistad 175th Anniversary Commemoration, Aug. 25, N.London — 6:00 pm; Mon., Aug. 25

Summer of Science Movie Series — 5:00 pm; Wed., Aug. 27

Film and Discussion — 6:30 pm; Thu., Aug. 28

Rhythm & Roots Festival this weekend — ; Fri., Aug. 29