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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
Awaiting a state budget, local officials anxious at governor's new plan
The Connecticut state flag flies upside-down in response to the state's budget problems on Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, at North Stonington Town Hall. In the continued absence of a two-year budget for the state, Gov. Dannel Malloy has revised his original resource allocation plan from June 30, shifting more state dollars to poorer school districts and to nonprofits.Police logs - Aug. 19, 2017
Jesus T. Velez, 44, of 51 Belden St., New London, was charged Wednesday with two counts of interfering with police. Robert Coffey, 55, of 15 Chester St., No.New London man sentenced to 70 months for distributing cocaine
A federal judge in Bridgeport sentenced a New London man to 70 months in prison for his role in a cocaine distribution ring in the region. His conviction stemmed from an investigation by the Connecticut State Police Statewide Narcotics Task Force East, which found that Hempstead, 32, had purchased a kilogram of cocaine from sources in New York and transported it into Connecticut, where it was brought to the Norwich apartment of John "Soy" King.Norwich officials want second chance to market downtown house
Norwich - A committee assigned to receive development proposals for a rundown single-family house at 19 N. Cliff St. will ask the City Council Monday for a second chance to market the house after no proposals were received last month. The city took the two-story, three-bedroom house in a tax foreclosure in June 2016, and turned over its disposition to the Board of Review of Dangerous Buildings, acting as the 19 N. Cliff St. Committee of Sale.Iced tea bottle helps Norwich police solve 2016 burglary
Norwich - A discarded iced tea bottle helped police solve a summer 2016 burglary in which more than $5,000 was stolen from two city companies, according to police. According to police, the incident occurred at the Stanley Israelite Business Park at 33 Wisconsin Ave. on June 9 last year.Police logs - Aug. 16, 2017
Winston B. Tate, 46, of 56 Long Society Road, Preston, was charged Monday with criminal violation of a protective order. Lawrence L. Medina, 30, of 85 Vauxhall St., A2, was charged Tuesday with criminal violation of a protective order.Montville man reported missing since May 4
Montville - The Montville Police Department is looking for a 29-year-old man who has been missing since May 4 and was last seen in the Norwich area, according to a state police news release. Bryan Kiggans, whose last listed address was with his parents in Montville, was reported missing by relatives on Tuesday, according to a state police dispatcher.Hub in Norwich Will be Created to Help Veterans
The Easterseals Capital Region & Eastern Connecticut, based in Norwich, is working on a nearly $2 million project to expand its services. It includes an 18,000-square foot warehouse that would be converted into a hub with mental health resources and vocational serves.Taftville businessman, former mayoral candidate will run again
Joseph Radecki Jr., a two-time past mayoral candidate, filed a petition with 54 ratified signatures of Norwich registered voters last week to become an unaffiliated petitioning candidate for mayor in the Nov. 7 election. He joins a field with endorsed Republican council President Pro Tempore and former Mayor Peter Nystrom, endorsed Democrat Derell Wilson, endorsed Libertarian William Russell and petitioning candidate Jon Oldfield.Hygienic Exhibit Illustrates Novel About A Troubled Connecticut Boy
Hygienic Art Gallery artist-in-residence Casey Spec wrote a dramatic novel about a troubled Connecticut boy and asked his artist friends to interpret it through illustration. More here .Blumenthal offers confidence in funding for health care centers at Norwich UCSF stop
Senator Richard Blumenthal talks with, from right, Dr. Christopher Kolker, Michelle Melendez, Manager of the Substance Use Program and CEO Jennifer Granger during a visit to the United Community & Family Services health center on Monday, August 14, 2017, in Norwich. Norwich - Community health centers like the United Community and Family Services clinic in Norwich could face a significant cut in Affordable Care Act-ensured federal funding if Congress doesn't act by the end of September.Norwich Ethics Commission considering possible ordinance changes
Norwich – The city Ethics Commission will wait until the utilities board responds in September to ethics violations found against Norwich Public Utilities officials for attending the expenses paid 2016 trip to the Kentucky Derby before recommending changes to the ethics ordinance that could strengthen enforcement language. Commission members Monday discussed possible changes to improve either the ethics ordinance or the charter chapter that created the Ethics Commission and established the city ethics code.Norwich hair salon rises from the New Years eve ashes
The new year started out with devastation for several city businesses. A New Year's eve fire gutted much of the building at 598 West Main Street many had called home.Norwich fire displaces two residents
Norwich – Two residents were displaced by a Sunday night bedroom fire in a two-family house at 11 Orchard St., city fire officials said Monday. The fire started at 10:30 p.m. in the second-story bedroom, and flames were seen from the front windows.Police logs - August 14
Michael R. Warchick, 52, of 101 Hynes Ave., Apt. 4, was charged Friday with second-degree breach of peace and interfering with an officer.Norwich police release sketches of body found in Shetucket River
The Norwch Police Department are still investigating and working on identifying the dead body recovered in Shetucket River off of Hamilton Avenue near its intersection with Palmer Street. On July 22th, Norwich police responded to a 911 call reporting a dead body.Entrepreneur hopes to open unique coffee shop in downtown Norwich
Norwich – It's a bit unusual for a downtown coffee shop to need a special permit from the city as a food manufacturer and maybe even more strange that the shop owner would need a liquor license, but that's the plan for the proposed Craftsman Cliff Roasters coffee shop at 34 Broadway in downtown Norwich. Matthew Dutrumble of Norwich plans to open the multifaceted coffee shop on lower Broadway once he obtains the planning, zoning, health and building permits he needs for his dream project.
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