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A Close Up Of An Adult Female And Nymph Tick Is Shown. (Credit: Getty Images)

Harsh Winter Does Little To Ease Lyme Disease Woes

Health officials in the northern U.S. say the long, cold winter did nothing to reduce the thriving tick population, and they are primed for an increase in the number of Lyme disease cases again this year.

05/11/2014

Lyme Tavern, Bidwell Tavern break-ins, Courtesy Coventry Police

Police Investigate Tavern Break-In Believed Linked To Prior Crime

Coventry Police say they’re investigating an attempted burglary at the Bidwell Tavern on Main Street last week, and are working with Groton Police who are investigating a similar break-in earlier in the week, at the Lyme Tavern.

10/30/2013

(Credit: David McNew/Getty Images)

Four Teens Injured in Crash Outside Nehantic State Forest

Four teens were injured when the pick-up truck they were riding in collided into a tree upon entering Nehantic State Forest off Keeney Road in Lyme Friday night. Two boys and two girls were in […]

07/06/2013

Authorities Identify Watercraft Operator Killed In Lyme

The man who died over the weekend when his personal watercraft hit a private dock on the Connecticut River has been identified as a 34-year-old Wolcott resident.

07/16/2012

Jet Ski Operator Dies After Hitting Dock

The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection reports the 34-year-old operator of a jet ski is dead after hitting a dock on the Connecticut River in Hamburg Cove.

07/15/2012

Former Lighthouse Inn Owner Faces Federal Fraud Charges

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) _ A former owner of New London’s historic Lighthouse Inn is facing a trial in federal court on charges she helped defraud $1.7 million from investors in a resort project in Mississippi. […]

06/12/2012

Woman Dies When Tree Falls on Tent

Connecticut officials say a woman was killed and a man was injured when a tree fell on their tent at an island park.

11/06/2011

Chester Hadlyme Ferry

Judge Throws Out Bid To Halt Ferry Closings

A Connecticut Superior Court judge has dismissed a legal effort to block Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s plan to shut two ferries that cross the Connecticut River.

08/04/2011

Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry (File: Bob Child. AP Photo)

Locals Rally To Save Connecticut River Ferries

Residents and local officials are pulling together to try to spare two historic Connecticut River ferries that are on the state’s chopping block.

07/18/2011

File photo of a gavel (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Court Rejects Appeal Of Doctor In Lyme Disease Case

The state Appellate Court on Monday rejected the appeal of a New Haven pediatrician who claimed state officials were wrong to discipline him in 2007 for the way he treated two children he diagnosed with Lyme disease.

06/13/2011