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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
Make a Difference series enters 10th year of helping the community
For many, the days before Thanksgiving are full of chaos as families prepare for their turkey feast. At The Day, it marks the beginning of an annual tradition that truly "makes a difference" for area families in need.Norwich Winter Festival parade to mark 30th anniversary Saturday
Santa waves to the crowd upon arriving to lead the countdown to turn on the lights during the Light Up City Hall event to start the Norwich Winter Festival on Nov. 29, 2013. The festival returns this year, but with some changes.Norwich police investigating possible shots fired incident
Norwich - Police are investigating a Monday night incident in which a man said he had been shot at but later became uncooperative, according to Lt. John Perry.Anthem to reprocess Hartford Health Care claims, but for some it's too late
Anthem Blue Cross-Blue Shield will reprocess any medical care claims made by its customers at Hartford Health Care facilities during the nearly two-month period the two companies did not have a contract to cover patients there. The two companies came to an agreement Saturday on a three-year contract for Anthem to insure patients at hospitals and medical facilities owned by Hartford Health Care after negotiations spilled past the Oct. 1 expiration of their previous contract .Norwich City Council delays action on creating new utility cooperative appointee
Norwich – The City Council Monday delayed action on an ordinance to create the new state-mandated ratepayer representative to the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative board and agreed to turn over the process to the newly elected City Council, which will take office Dec. 5. The current council's Appointments/Reappointments Committee is still interviewing interested applicants for the position, Council President Pro Tempore and Mayor-elect Peter Nystrom said Monday. Additional interviews are planned for Tuesday evening, he said.Courtney presents National Blue Ribbon School plaque to Mahan School in Norwich
Norwich – School officials here couldn't afford to travel to Washington, D.C., in October to attend the luncheon to receive the National Blue Ribbon School plaque designating the Thomas Mahan School as a top school for improving education for immigrant and minority children. So U.S. Rep Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, came to Mahan School to present the plaque and congratulate students and teachers in person Monday.Norwich receives environmental assessment grant for Ponemah Mill
Norwich – The city was among 14 municipalities to receive a state grant announced Monday to do environmental assessment on blighted buildings, receiving $200,000 to study contamination at the second building in the historic Ponemah Mill complex in Taftville. The 5.5-acre site at 555-559 Norwich Ave., where Central Sports retail store once was housed, will be studied for possible contamination.3 arrests made in New London drug bust
Police say at around 1:54 p.m., New London officers, along with Connecticut Parole officers, arrested three people in the area of of Vauxhall St. and Colman Street. The arrests came after police seized approximately 8.2 grams of heroin, 19.4 grams of crack cocaine, 17.15 grams of marijuana, a digital scale, cell phones, and $466 in cash.State program aims to remind people what get recycled in Connecticut
Teacher Beth Hanlon helps guide second graders at Moriarty Environmental Science Magnet School in Norwich in sorting their lunch refuse into compost, recycling and trash at the end of their lunch period Thursday, October 8, 2015. The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection launched a public education campaign last week to clarify rules like this in an effort to make sorting at waste facilities statewide more efficient and reduce the amount of waste that gets burned rather than reused.Police expect to make arrests after "altercation" closes Norwich street
Norwich - City police expect to arrest one or more people following what they called an "altercation" Sunday afternoon. Police closed Hamilton Avenue in Norwich for several hours starting at about 4 p.m. near the Ahepa senior housing complex on the west bank of the Shetucket River after they responded to reports of a fight and that a person who was involved was armed.Norwich Salvation Army to launch Red Kettle drive Friday
The Norwich Salvation Army will launch its annual Red Kettle fund drive later this week at local supermarkets in the city and in surrounding towns. Lt. Cheryl McCollum, who took over as commander of the Norwich Salvation Army in August, is preparing for her first signature kettle drive that will start Friday outside supermarkets both within and well outside the agency's coverage area of Norwich, Preston and Griswold.Police Logs
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Emmanuel Mercado, 31, of 13 Jefferson Ave., No. 2, was charged Friday with failure to verify address of a sexual offender.No longer a simple question: Where are you going to high school?
Gary Etienne, right, laughs as he talks to Devon O'Keefe, an instructional leader in Ledyard High School's agri-science program, as Etienne's daughter, Elizabeth, an eighth-grader at Kelly Middle School, looks on during High School Night on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, at the school in Norwich. The event offered an opportunity for middle school students in the region to learn more information about high school choices.10 Norwich students receive superintendent's awards
Norwich - The 10 students who made their way to the Kelly Middle School Auditorium earlier this week are the type of kids who pick up spilled crayons so no one will slip on them, take out the garbage at home, make sure timid kindergarteners feel comfortable and, invariably, they greet their teachers and principals with "a great big smile." Superintendent Abby Dolliver and Board of Education members call the November board meeting their favorite of the year. That's because it starts with the presentation of the annual Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents awards to one student from each of the city's schools.Report: Darien has higher rate of traffic stops involving
Growing up, Warren Pena was taught to look out for two all-American establishments: the Duchess on Route 1 and the Dunkin' Donuts on Main Avenue. They were signposts that you were leaving Norwalk into Darien to the west or Wilton to the north.At business breakfast, panel focuses on diversity of backgrounds and of thought
Norwich - In a Thursday morning conversation on diversity in leadership, four panelists discussed changing definitions of diversity and the ways in which it is important in the workplace. They spoke not only about their respective experiences as African-American, Hispanic and Indian leaders but also about diversity that extends beyond the racial realm.CMEEC annual meeting approves budget, officers
Norwich - The governing board of the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative elected officers and approved a $7.3 million 2018 nonfuel operating budget at Thursday's annual meeting. CMEEC General Counsel Robin Kipnis said following the meeting that the draft budget documents reviewed at the meeting contained confidential proprietary utility information not subject to public disclosure and she would provide budget summaries Friday.Norwich, New London high school culinary students hold Battle of the Pans cookoff Friday
Norwich – The second annual Battle of the Pans pitting culinary students from Norwich Free Academy against culinary students at New London High School will be held Friday at Three Rivers Community College, with proceeds going to the Thames River Family Place, a homeless shelter for families. The event, featuring hors d'oeuvres prepared by New London school chefs, will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday in the multipurpose room at Three Rivers Community College, 574 New London Turnpike, Norwich.Police: Norwich man struck pedestrian in Windham crash
Windham - State police are investigating a crash in which a Norwich man struck a pedestrian while driving on state Route 32 Wednesday night. The crash happened near the intersection of Old Plains Road about 7 p.m. According to police, 70-year-old William Sawicki, of 39 Andrea Lane, Norwich, was driving his Toyota Tacoma south around a curve when the front of his truck struck a pedestrian walking on Route 32. It isn't clear from the report where the pedestrian, 31-year-old David Wyman of Willimantic, was standing when he was hit.Police logs - Nov. 15, 2017
Anthony J. Campo, 67, of 184 Denison Hill Road, North Stonington, was charged Monday with violation of conditional discharge. Danielle Ashley Cormier, 19, of Jewett City was charged Monday with second-degree breach of peace and assault on a public safety officer. Derek Myers, 38, of 730 State Pier Road was charged Monday with two counts of second-degree failure to appear in court, first-degree failure to appear in court, failure to respond to an infraction, tampering with evidence, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of narcotics.
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