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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
Yvette Jacaruso named Palmer Davies Leadership Award recipient
Norwich – Retired Norwich educator and current school board member Yvette Jacaruso has been named recipient of the 2017 Palmer Davies Leadership Award by United Community and Family Services. Jacaruso will be recognized for her 30 years of volunteer service to the Norwich community, UCFS announced in a press release, at the agency's annual meeting on Sept.Shots fired at crowd leaving house party
Updated 3:11 am, Thursday, July 27, 2017 NORWICH, Conn. - Police are investigating after someone fired shots at a crowd leaving a Connecticut house party.Norwich utilities commissioners get overview of CMEEC
Norwich - Without mention of recent controversies over retreats to the Kentucky Derby or objections to a new state law strengthening state and municipal oversight, Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative CEO Drew Rankin on Wednesday provided the Norwich utilities commission with an overview of the regional energy cooperative's business and financial structure. The 45-minute overview was one of several presentations the Board of Public Utilities Commissioners has heard in recent meetings designed to educate three new board members on the utility's functions.Norwich police investigate two fires they say were set in about two weeks
Police don't know if Monday morning's fire in the Greenville section of Norwich and a fire in Taftville on Monday July 3rd are related, but they do believe they were both set. Two incendiary fires in about two weeks.Police: Man outside Groton hotel had synthetic marijuana
Groton - Town and regional officers seized several packs of synthetic marijuana Monday after they said a man they approached in a hotel parking lot attempted to flee the area. Daniel Burgess, 51, of 11 Smith Ave., Norwich, was charged with possession of a hallucinogen and interfering with an officer.Norwich Democrats endorse Derell Wilson for mayor
Norwich – A political newcomer from a family with a long track record of civic involvement in Norwich was endorsed Monday as the Democratic candidate for mayor. Derell Wilson, 25, defeated veteran Norwich politician and businessman H. Tucker Braddock 31-21 in a paper ballot vote at Monday's Democratic endorsement caucus.Proximity, smoke detectors aid Norwich firefighters in quick stop
Norwich - City firefighters quickly put a stop to a morning blaze on Third Street thanks to proximity and a functioning smoke detection system, according to Chief Kenneth Scandariato. Scandariato said the call came in about 5:30 a.m. Monday.Norwich police seek help identifying body found in Shetucket River
Norwich - An autopsy of a man's body found in the Shetucket River Saturday evening was inconclusive, and his identity is still unknown, Norwich police said Sunday. A caller reported seeing the man's body at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday .Ledyard shows off the many things you can create at 'Maker Day'
Sharon Finlayson, left, of Uncasville shows Liam Kelly, 8, of Ledyard how to use a drop spindle to spin yarn as his siblings Maeve, 5, and Aidan, 2, look on during a Maker Day event on Saturday, July 22, 2017, at the Bill Library in Ledyard. The first-ever event gathered local artisans, craftspeople and tech creators, introducing patrons to everything from wool spinning to 3-D printing.Norwich hopes for $500,000 grant to study downtown, waterfront traffic changes
Norwich - The city has applied for a $500,000 transportation study grant for downtown and the waterfront that will consider closing Chelsea Harbor Drive, converting Water Street to two-way traffic, expanding Howard T. Brown Memorial Park to allow safer operations of park functions and the boat ramp and improve pedestrian and bicycle traffic. The City Council last week approved the application for a $500,000 grant through the state Office of Policy and Management to hire a traffic engineer consultant to determine whether the proposed waterfront changes are feasible based on traffic counts and available travel lanes.Combat roles open to women, but few show interest
Army National Guard officer candidate Marissa Henderson plots her land navigation course through the woods Wednesday, July 19, 2017, at the Connecticut National Guard's Stones Ranch Military Reservation in East Lyme. Nearly 130 officer candidates are undergoing Phase One of the Officer Candidate School, two weeks of a 14-month development program, is designed to test the candidates' initial leadership abilities and proficiency in basic soldier skills.Police logs - July 21
David Crumb Jr., 53, of Springfield, Mass., was charged July 14 with breach of peace and interfering with an officer. Charles J. Lecourt Jr., 53, of 360 Thames St., Apt.5th person arrested in scheme to invade Norwich man's home
Norwich - A fifth and final person has been arrested in connection with a January home invasion that occurred after a man sought sexual services via Backpage.com, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. Danielle L. Dubicki, 34, of Griswold, was charged Tuesday with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, first-degree robbery, fifth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery for her alleged role in the crime.$5 Burritos at Moe's Southwest Grill New Location in Norwich
Next Wednesday, Moe's Southwest Grill will be offering $5 burritos at the grand opening of their new Norwich location. There will also be a raffle in which two guests have the opportunity to receive free burritos for a year at the Norwich site.NPU issues power alert day
Norwich – In response to extremely warm and humid weather that is impacting Connecticut this week, Norwich Public Utilities has issued a power alert effective between 1 and 6 p.m. Thursday. NPU is requesting that customers consider taking simple steps Thursday and Friday to conserve electricity that will have little or no impact on their comfort.Norwich activist participates in state Capitol protest
Norwich disabilities advocate Elanah Sherman was among five people arrested Tuesday at Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's office in a civil disobedience protest against funding cuts to services and agencies that serve people with disabilities.The Chestnut Street Playhouse stages "Seussical: The Musical"
Inside the Chestnut Street Playhouse, there are truffula trees growing, their feathery branches are casting shade on a clover patch, and an elephant named Horton has almost arrived with his massive ears to hear the cry of a Who, who's too small to see and too quiet for Horton's neighbors, later, to hear. "Seussical: The Musical," based mainly on Dr. Seuss's "Horton Hears a Who," "Horton Hatches the Egg," and "Miss Gertrude McFuzz," is a work of musical theater that complicates notions of loyalty, belief and community through the inventive allegorical style that Dr. Seuss is so famous for.Norwich City Council discusses harbor scrapyard property behind closed doors
Norwich – The Harbor Management Commission asked the City Council Monday for guidance as it embarks on updating the 20-year-old Harbor Management Plan and an updated vision for waterfront property, including New Wharf Road, where the former Shetucket Iron & Metal scrapyard will be sold at auction July 29. The City Council went into executive session at the end of its regular meeting Monday to discuss the scrapyard property and invited two attorneys, Mark Block and Paul Geraghty, who represent different members of the Seder family who own the scrapyard, into the discussion. The executive session lasted more than an hour and the council made no decisions when members returned to public session.Ledyard Police charge four men for throwing rocks at home and then fleeing
Ledyard - Police arrested four men Monday afternoon who they say tried to make a resident leave a home at 1981 Route 12 for a confrontation. When the resident refused to leave, "rocks were thrown at the residence causing damage," police said.Detectives Seize Heroin and Cocaine following Collaborative Investigation
Detectives arrested three people following a lengthy investigation where they seized narcotics, cash, and an elaborate surveillance and communication system. On July 12, 2017 the Connecticut State Police Tactical Unit , Statewide Narcotics Task Force-East Office , Troop E - Montville Narcotics Suppression Team, and the Norwich Police Department served two Search and Seizure warrants at residences in Norwich: 171 Boswell Ave. and 29 Oakridge St. The search warrants were the result of a several month-long collaborative investigation into the distribution of heroin and crack cocaine by a Drug Trafficking Organization controlled by David Matthews.
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