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Lyme Reporter: Elizabeth Regan     e.regan@theday.com    (860) 701-4216

Lyme-Old Lyme High School musician set to make it in jazz

Lyme-Old Lyme High School senior Avery Wyman sits in on an improvisational jazz jam Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at Cafe 9 in New Haven.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Percussionist Avery Wyman is ready to try his hand at the New York City music scene after making an early and lasting impression in town.

Lyme property owner set to sue town over right to clear trees

Property owner David Potts has not specified why he's clearing trees on his property along the Eightmile River — saying he's not required to under state law — but has told town officials he will be taking his case to court.

Lyme-Old Lyme school board approves armed school security guards

The Lyme-Old Lyme Region 18 Board of Education voted 7-2 to approve having armed security guards at all district schools starting next school year.

Lyme Shores' new owner to sharpen facility's focus — on tennis and pickleball

Members at Lyme Shores work on their tennis game Wednesday, June 15 ,2022. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

East Lyme tennis club dropping fitness component of business.

In the Galleries: Old Lyme resident presents art exhibit

“The Mourness,” by Yuri Charnovksy, one of the works on view through June 19 at the Lyme Academy of Fine Art. “Art Under Siege” at the Sill House Gallery features more than 50 pieces collected by Old Lyme residents Barbara and Dick Shriver while they lived in Ukraine.

Old Lyme resident Barbara Shriver is presenting an art collection “Art Under Siege” at the Sill House Gallery on the campus of the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts through June 19.

Be an Angel: Intake for the 84th annual Old Lyme White Elephant Sale begins June 23

Intake is always a busy time at the White Elpehant Sale.
(Photo submitted)

After a two-year hiatus, the popular White Elephant Sale at First Congregational Church in Old Lyme is back.

Lyme POLICE & COURTS

Swimmer dies after going missing in Lyme pond

The 16-year-old male went under while swimming with friends at Uncas Pond, DEEP EnCon Police say.

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SPORTS

No. 1 Cromwell holds off No. 5 Old Lyme 3-1 in Class S softball semifinals

Last time these teams played, in the semifinals of the Shoreline Conference tournament, Old Lyme...

Old Lyme girls reign as Class S tennis champs for second straight year

Old Lyme defeated Shoreline Conference rival Westbrook 4-3 to win its second straight Class S state...

Old Lyme advances to Class S softball semis with win over Lyman in nine

Fifth-seeded Old Lyme made a winner of pitcher Emma Bayor with an unearned run in the top of the...