See local news in: Colchester, East Haddam, East Lyme, Lyme, Montville

Local News for Salem, Connecticut


Register Your Footprint! | Salem, CT

GREAT JOB to Dave & Isabelle (Walden Preserve) and Mason, Jackson, and Piper (Zemko Sawmill Preserve) all Found/Reported their Footprints this weekend! Thanks & Kudos to them! Can’t wait until you find yours! Sixteen Footprints are waiting to be found by, none other than, you along one of the following trails: Zemko Sawmill Preserve (3) READ MORE.

Salem armed robbery suspect found in Missouri

A 24-year-old Oakdale man was extradited from Missouri this week and transported back to Connecticut where he was charged in connection with the June armed robbery of a Salem convenience store, police said.Jason Osborn, of 537 Chesterfield Road, was taken into custody by Connecticut state police on Thursday from the Missouri-based Jasper County Sheriffs Detention READ MORE.

Salem Unsung Heroes Awards Banquet set for Nov. 10

The 10th annual Salem Unsung Heroes Awards Banquet will be held at 1 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Gardner Lake Firehouse, 429 Old Colchester Road, Salem.The event will include a buffet dinner and the honoring of local volunteers Elbert Burr, Christina F. Grillo, Janet Griggs, Dan Holle, George Householder, David Kennedy, Pamela Munro, Robert Neddo, READ MORE.

Home page

Congratulations and thank you to the following cities & towns in SECT who achieved Sustainable CT certification and met high standards for “Vibrant and Creative Cultural Ecosystems” actions: The City of Norwich, CT, Town of North Stonington, Town of Groton, City of New London, Connecticut, Town of Waterford and Town of East Lyme. Read READ MORE.

Salem seeking artwork for town display

The town of Salem is seeking artwork or photographs of what represents Salem for display in the library, town hall and school.Work must be submitted by Nov. 19 to Salem Town Hall, 270 Hartford Road, or to Salem School, 200 Hartford Road. The work must include the submitter’s name, age, email, telephone number and a READ MORE.

Hartford Courant

“Regional theaters are getting regional again. Hartford Stage and the Long Wharf Theatre – two of the most important regional theaters in Connecticut, and in the country – have new leadership teams, who are changing how these half-century-old institutions relate to the communities around them. The model of a theater as a castle on the READ MORE.

See local news in: Colchester, East Haddam, East Lyme, Lyme, Montville