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  • East Lyme OKs adult businesses, services

    EAST LYME, Conn. (AP) - East Lyme's zoning board has cleared the way for adult businesses in town, even though nobody has ever applied to set one up. The approval Thursday does come with some restrictions. Adult establishments must be more than 900...
  • Sennheiser Electronic Corporation

    Who knew you could get so excited about microphones?! I even got to hold Beyonce's mic before it was sent to her! How Exciting!  The glittery mics are made out of Swarovski Crystal; however, the mics weren't as heavy as they appear.  They are actually...
  • 473 Hamburg Road, Lyme, CT 06371

    473 Hamburg Road, Lyme, CT 06371
    On April 29th 2010, Bill and Priscilla Munro sold their home at 473 Hamburg Road in Lyme, CT, to Stefanie Gottesman. Ms. Gottesman purchased the residence for $649,000. Bill Munro is the owner of Munro Hospitality Services and was previously the Regional...
  • Nature: East Lyme Preserve Features Pink Granite Quarry, Gorgeous Overlooks

    There are several translations for the Native American Iroquois word "Oswegatchie." Some define it as "black water" or "black river," while others say it means "at the outlet." But the translation that works the best for the 400-acre nature preserve...
  • Shooting A Movie in New Britain

    Lights, Camera, Tax Break. New Britain is on a roll this week thanks to high priced film cameras and actors. The film titled "FAKE" should prove to be the genuine article for the state. While the drama plays out on screen, this is the feel good story of...
  • In Their Own Words: Excerpts

    The following excerpts from documents in state libraries, archives and historical societies help illuminate facets of life in Connecticut under slavery, and during its abolition. *** From a letter written by Lizzie Goodwin to her Aunt Emma Whipple, June...
  • Baltimore faithful reflect on legacy

    As word spread yesterday across the Baltimore region of Pope John Paul II's deteriorating health, devout Catholics began vigils for him and religious leaders praised his 26-year tenure as having an impact far beyond the church's own followers. "He is...