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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.
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
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Zachary Lamothe will share stories from his two books on Connecticut lore at the East Hampton Library, 105 Main St., #1, at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10. The Chatham Historical Society and East Hampton Library are co-sponsoring a talk by history writer Lamothe, who will tell stories from his book, "Connecticut Lore: Strange, Off-Kilter, & Full of Surprises." The talk is part of the Cabin Fever Winter History Program.Longtime bookkeeper at Norwich real estate firm charged with stealing more than $71,000
To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Norwich – A longtime employee of a local real estate firm was charged with first-degree larceny Monday following an investigation into alleged financial misappropriations over several years, police said.Norwich rooming house owner appeals condemnation
To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Norwich - The owner of the rooming house at 41 Boswell Ave., condemned by city officials Jan. 2 for numerous violations, filed a strongly worded six-page appeal Friday, calling the city's actions "malicious and inappropriate" and an abuse of power.Staff Engineer
Design Learned, Inc., is a dynamic, growing design and engineering firm specializing in animal care facilities. We are located in Norwich, Connecticut.Norwich chamber celebrates 2017 achievements, looks ahead
To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Norwich - Chris Jewell's daughter had expressed interest in going into the medical field, and he wanted to make sure this was something she really wanted to do before she went to college.Police ID victim of downtown Norwich stabbing
Justin Nadeau, 21, is the victim. According to police, someone repeatedly stabbed Nadeau near 88 Chestnut St. around 8:15 p.m. Sunday.Police Logs
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Tristan M. Frownfelter, 18, of 36 Main St., Noank, was charged Monday with breach of peace, second-degree threatening, interfering with police and third-degree forgery. Jeffrey Gaccionne, 45, of 269 Church St., Bradford, R.I., was charged Friday with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and failure to drive right. Ricardo Ramos, 29, of 22 Oxford Drive, Norwich, was charged Monday with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and speeding.Ponemah Mill phase 2 renovation receives financing confirmation
Norwich - The developer of the Ponemah Mill renovation project in Taftville announced Wednesday it has received confirmation of a state-approved financing package for the second phase of construction totaling 121 apartments. OneKey LLC, the construction management team for The Lofts at Ponemah Mills , announced it has received the commitment letter for a construction mortgage from the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority.New London and Norwich honor King's legacy
From left, Mayor Michael Passero, Anthony Nolan, president of the city council, Jerry Mahan, Michael Tranchida, city councilor, Wilbur Glenn and Rev. Marcus Luter, of Beulah Land Church of God in Christ, walk down Cottage Street during the annual Martin Luther King March from New London City Hall to Shiloh Baptist Church for a service, Monday, Jan. 15, 2018.Hartford Archdiocese Names New Archivist
Archives in the basement of the Archdiocese of Hartford's offices, often handwritten, are a record of what the Catholic district has done in its 175-year history. Entries in ledgers record donations from parishes in places like Norwich and Fairfield County that became their own dioceses as the number of Catholics in the state grew.Perry named supervisor of Norwich public defenders
Richard Perry in a courtroom at the Norwich Superior Court Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018. Perry has been promoted to supervisor of Norwich's office of public defenders.Norwich woman arrested with more than 30 bags of narcotics
New London - New London Police arrested a woman Friday afternoon who had 13 baggies of crack cocaine and 25 glassine bags of heroin. Police charged Saralene Baldwin, 55, of 16 Clay Ave., Norwich, with two counts possession of narcotics, two counts possession of narcotics with intent to sell and one count of third-degree criminal trespass.Nystrom off to good start, but Norwich agenda must include CCD tax
Peter Nystrom has set an ambitious tone at the start of his second term as Norwich mayor. Defeated in his 2013 re-election bid, voters in this traditionally Democratic city returned the Republican to office in November after incumbent Democrat Deberey Hinchey did not seek re-election.Norwich mayor wants to add "scenic" to Route 2 name through downtown
Norwich - Let's say you're driving on Route 2 East from Hartford heading to Foxwoods Resort Casino or to the Rhode Island beaches with no plan to stop in Norwich. If you're not familiar with the area, you might just follow Route 2 as it enters the city and wind your way through downtown along Washington Street to the city waterfront on Chelsea Harbor Drive and out again over the Viaduct and onto East Main Street, all of which still are considered Route 2. Mayor Peter Nystrom launched an idea during his Jan. 2 State of the City address that he hopes would greatly reduce high-speed through traffic along city streets and the Norwich Harbor area.For the record, New London's new official court reporter loves her job
Amy Anderson, who recently started as the official court reporter, is seen in her office on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, at the Huntington Street Courthouse in New London. Anderson, a longtime court reporter, is now the youngest official court reporter in the state of Connecticut.Flooding concerns for Norwich rivers
Historically both waterways have been prone to flooding and with the heavy rains and melting snow they could rise quickly Friday and Saturday. The ground is still frozen, so it won't absorb as much of the rain as it would in the summer.New London man to receive $900,000 in priest molestation case settlement
A now 50-year-old New London man who said he was sexually assaulted by a priest at the Sacred Heart church in Groton while serving as an altar boy in the late 1970s and early '80s has settled a lawsuit against church officials for $900,000. Andrew Aspinwall had sued the Society of St. Edmund, a Catholic order headquartered in Colchester, Vt.; the Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich; the diocese's former bishop, Daniel J. Reilly; and the Sacred Heart church.
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