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The Yantic, Quinebaug, and Thames rivers form the harbor of Norwich Connecticut. The area was founded in 1659 from land that was purchased from the Mohegan Native American tribe. The area was soon known for its manufacturing capabilities and many mills. During the American Revolution Norwich was known for supporting independence and supplying ships and munitions for soldiers. Notable residents of the area have included Benedict Arnold, Edwin H. Land (inventor of the Polaroid Camera), and Edith Roosevelt.

Population: 40493
Local Newspapers: The Norwich Bulletin
Local Sports Teams: The Connecticut Defenders (AA baseball)
Local Colleges: Three Rivers Community College

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Towns/Cities near norwich, connecticut : Norwichtown Taftville jewett City Preston Yantic Uncasville Griswold

Norwich News
Police Logs

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Brenda Carter, 52, of 120 Clift St., Norwich, was charged Tuesday with sixth-degree larceny and violation of the conditions of release and was charged Monday with fourth-degree larceny. Matthew G. Simpson, 26, of 12 Union St., New London, was charged Monday with three counts of second-degree failure to appear in court and failure to respond to an infraction.

Norwich shop suffers 'moderate' damage in fire; cause not yet determined

According to members of the Taftville Volunteer Fire Department, the blaze at BMTees Inc. was called in just before 4 p.m. Thursday. Crews arrived to find a fire in the middle of the 338 Norwich Ave. building.

Finding a sensible policy for Haitian immigrants

There should be room in immigration policy for special situations, such as those confronting Haitian immigrants who have put down roots in this country and whose forced return to a struggling nation would do no one any good. When a catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, creating a humanitarian crisis for a nation already struggling as the poorest in the Western Hemisphere, the Obama administration granted Temporary Protected Status to Haitians legally living in the United States.

Norwich ethics panel ends a busy year

Norwich - The Norwich Ethics Commission closed out its busiest year Monday, reviewing and ultimately dismissing three new complaints, and bringing the total number of cases - both complaints and requests for advisory opinions - to 17 for the year. After an hour-long executive session, the commission voted unanimously to dismiss the three new complaints because they involved incidents that occurred beyond the 18-month time period allowed for complaints.

Norwich Public Utilities GM Bilda on medical leave

Norwich – Norwich Public Utilities General Manager John Bilda, a central figure in the controversy over trips to the Kentucky Derby, is on medical leave and not expected to return until after the holidays, an NPU official confirmed Monday. While he is away, NPU is being managed by the leadership team of Assistant General Manager Chris LaRose and Division Managers Steve Sinko, Jeff Brining and Kerri Kemp, NPU spokesman Chris Riley said Monday.

Police logs - Dec. 11, 2017

East Lyme John Voisine, 50, of 127 Black Point Road, Apt. 17, Niantic, was charged Friday with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, operating an unregistered vehicle and failure to drive right.   Groton City George Demontigny, 28, of 268 Flanders Road, Lot 9, was charged Tuesday with risk of injury to a minor.

Alliance District designation allows restoration of Groton education funds

Groton - Last week, Superintendent Michael Graner got what he called "the shortest email I've ever seen that resulted in $1.6 million." The school district is now in the unique situation of determining how to add $1,568,239 back into its budget.

Urline, 53, (right) and her 61-year-old brother Nevie, both Haitians...

Urline, 53, and her 61-year-old brother Nevie, both Haitians who reside in Norwich on Temporary Protected Status following the 2010 earthquake, discuss their situation Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. At St. Mary's Roman Catholic Rectory in Norwich, they discuss the possibility of being sent back to Haiti in 19 months.

Weather story

The first snowstorm of the season along State Street in New London, Saturday, December 9, 2017. Winter's first storm, which was expected to bring significant snow, with predictions of up to 8 inches, ended up hardly covering lawns Saturday.

Colder weather pattern to follow incoming snowstorm

While temperatures for the past few months have been relatively mild, a colder pattern is likely to follow a storm that could bring up to 8 inches of snow to parts of Connecticut this weekend, according to meteorologist Gary Lessor. Lessor, the assistant director of The Weather Center at Western Connecticut State University, said residents could start seeing flurries as soon as midnight, but won't see heavier snow until Saturday morning.

Make a Difference: Madonna Place

THEIR SITUATION: Melanie has just relocated to Norwich after fleeing from a domestic violence situation. She left with nothing, so she is now working on getting the basics for herself and the children, and securing employment, while trying to help her children feel safe and comfortable in a new community and school. WHAT TO GIVE: The family is in need of gas cards to get to appointments, grocery gift cards, and Walmart/Target gift cards to begin to rebuild their home, and buy clothing and some gifts for the children for the holidays.

Police responding differently to reports of minorities being pulled over at higher rates

The report released by Central Connecticut State University analysts last month looked at data from October 2015 to September 2016 that all police departments were required to submit. Analysts said Troop B state police in North Canaan and departments in Berlin , Monroe , Newtown , Norwich , Ridgefield and Darien had "statistically significant" disparities in traffic stops of minorities compared with stops of whites.

Pearl Harbor ceremony honors locals lost and heroic acts

WWII Marine Corps veteran Bill Robinson, right, of Preston becomes emotional during the playing of tap at the end of the Pearl Harbor ceremony at Norwich City Hall Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. Army Air Force veteran Paul Boyer, left, of Norwich and Boyer were the only WWII veterans in attendance.

Norwich man charged with selling drugs for 2nd time in 2 years

Norwich - For the second time in two years, police have charged a 56-year-old city man with selling drugs from his Wawecus Hill Road home. Dennis Foster, of 94 Wawecus Hill Road, Apt.

Possible cut to state Medicare assistance program pushed back past Jan. 1

Changes to a state program that helps seniors and disabled Connecticut residents pay for their health coverage through Medicare no longer will go into effect Jan. 1, the state Department of Social Services said Wednesday . The announcement comes as senior services departments across the region are scrambling to hold and schedule meetings to explain the changes to the Medicare recipients , mostly low-income elderly and disabled people.

High school debate teams to tackle question of cellphones in classrooms

Students from several high schools in eastern Connecticut will debate the question: "Should cellphones be allowed in the classroom?" in the 2017 Dr. Grace Sawyer Jones Parliamentary Style Debate. Sankofa Education and Leadership Inc., which organizes the debate, announced the format for the event for debate teams in north and south regions.

Ledyard Police arrest three for July home invasion

Ledyard - Police have arrested three people in connection with a July 20 home invasion at a Smith Pond Way residence that resulted in the theft of 15 handguns. Police have each charged Kylie Pierson, 36, of 10 Gilmour St., Norwich; Kristal Lis, 27, of 11 Velvet Lane, Mystic; and Mitchell Ellerbe, 31, of Hartford with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, first-degree burglary and first-degree robbery.

What the merger between CVS and Aetna could mean for consumers

NORWICH, Conn. - The second largest US drug store chain is looking to take over the third largest health insurance company.

Norwich City Council agrees to 30-day extension for Reid & Hughes developer

Norwich – The City Council on Monday agreed to give the developer of the Reid & Hughes building a 30-day extension to its Nov. 24 deadline to secure funds for the initial stabilization phase of the project, as the developer expressed concern that the rising cost of temporary efforts to shore up the building has put the project in jeopardy. The Women's Institute for Housing and Economic Development has secured the necessary $500,000 to do the temporary work and give it time to secure full financing for the $6 million renovation project.

Norwich man with lengthy criminal history back in court on shooting charges

A 32-year-old Norwich man who was convicted in connection with a homicide and a violent sexual assault as a teen-ager was presented Monday in New London Superior Court on charges that he fired four shots from a revolver during an altercation with his cousin at the Oakwood Knoll housing complex in Norwich. Nobody was injured in the April 17, 2017 incident, but police allege that Tamir D. Dixon carried out the shooting within 100 feet of two Uncas School playgrounds which were occupied by children involved in after school activities.

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