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Latest Lyme News

Lyme Reporter: Elizabeth Regan    (860) 701-4216

School districts plan for vaccine mandate's effect on bus runs

The order requires bus drivers to be vaccinated by Sept. 27 or provide a COVID-19 test weekly, but not all of them are willing to conform to the mandate.

Your Turn: Lyme-Old Lyme Lions Club holds prospective member social

The Lyme-Old Lyme Lions Club, in existence for more than 40 years, serves the Old Lyme community, the state, the nation and the world through its efforts to help those with challenges to their eyesight.

Friends & Neighbors: Jay Bazinet strings for national tennis tournament

Jay Bazinet of Ledyard, Master Racquet Technician and owner of Shoreline Stringing, joined the Solinco stringing team stringing racquets at the Junior National Tournament in Kalamazoo, Mich., in August.

Lyme-Old Lyme reports first COVID-19 case of the school year

The superintendent of schools said there is no evidence of any transmission in school.

Local college students named to dean’s lists

The following local students have made the dean’s/president’s list at their respective schools.

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Healing strum: Guitars for Vets provides free lessons

A veteran has to be referred by a counselor, for post trautmatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression or something else, but once they are there, “every single one of them says it helps.”

Notably Norwich: The YMCA was a great place for local youths

It’s sad to drive by the former YMCA building in Norwich these days, remembering the joy it brought to so many people of all ages, religions, economic backgrounds and ethnicities for so many years.