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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 - June 26

Mathew Wishnie, 29, of 325 Huntington St. was charged Friday with breach of peace, second-degree threatening and third-degree assault. Evertone Anthony Gayle, 28, of 400 Bank St. was charged Saturday with breach of peace, third-degree assault and unlawful restraint.

Science fiction poetry, song to be featured at Otis Library program Monday

Jim Lafayette was a fan, writer and illustrator of science fiction and fantasy growing up in Norwich. He graduated from Connecticut College in 1999 with honors in English.

Wireless Zone stores to give away 1,100 backpacks

Groton - The co-owners of five wireless stores in Eastern Connecticut will donate 1,100 backpacks filled with school supplies on July 23. Verizon Wireless Zone co-owners Neil Ryan and Scott Gladstone, who own stores in Groton, New London, Dayville, Putnam and North Windham, purchased the backpacks as part of the fifth annual School Rocks Backpack Giveaway. The event will take place from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Children must be present to receive a backpack, and families may receive one backpack per child.

Police Logs - June 24, 2017

Johnell J. Mack, 41, of 127 Butternut Road was charged Friday with third-degree assault, risk of injury to a minor and breach of peace. Isaia Mason, 19, of 17 Ocean Ave. was charged Thursday with second-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor.

State public defenders hit the road to save money

Attorney Sean F. Kelly represents clients who can't afford to pay for an attorney and supervises the other public defenders at the state courthouse on Broad Street in New London. Once a month or so, under a cost-saving measure implemented a year ago by the Division of Public Defender Services, Kelly drives to the Norwich courthouse, where he handles 20 additional cases of indigent clients.  Attorney Shawn G. Tiernan, who also works in the public defender's office at the Broad Street courthouse known as Geographical Area 10, occasionally drives to Middletown to represent public defender clients. Another co-worker, attorney Jassette A. Henry, travels to New Haven to serve as the public defender for a client.

Norwich woman charged after police find her passed out in car with three children

New London - A Norwich woman was arrested Thursday on drug and child endangerment charges after police discovered her passed out behind the wheel of a running car with three young children inside, according to a police department news release. Cassidy Moniz, 26, of 175 Laurel Hill Road, #1, was charged with three counts of risk of injury to a minor and possession of marijuana.

A view of the Shetucket Iron & Metal property as seen from satellite.

Norwich - The former Shetucket Iron & Metal property on Norwich Harbor will be auctioned at noon on July 29, potentially resolving a bitter family dispute among members of the Seder family that led to the closing of the nearly 100-year-old business last year and several lawsuits involving various parties. New London Superior Court Judge Robert F. Vacchelli set conditions for the auction sale following a court hearing Monday on the latest disputes regarding the sale and how proceeds would be divided among the ownership partners.

Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center names new executive director

Sedensky, who has worked as the director of adoption services at Catholic Charities in Norwich for the past 10 years, was among more than 30 candidates for the position. The center's board voted unanimously to accept the recommendation of a seven-member search committee to hire Sedensky, an attorney.

Members of Second Step Players will perform one-acts they wrote

Second Step Player and Star Wars fan Daz Butts is constructing an urgent plea to join the Rebel Alliance in a piece set in a galaxy far, far away on the planet of Naboo in her solo-performance piece. Judy Essex reflects on her new self-authored and self-starring one-person play, written and made performance-ready after just two months: "Initially I found it frightening and I really didn't want to do it, but I decided I had to make myself, and once I started, once I got into it, it challenged me, but it also freed me," she says.

Police logs - June 22

Kelly M. Bradley, 30, of no known address was charged Tuesday with third-degree assault, second-degree strangulation and second-degree threatening. Thea Rivers, 26, of 16 Squire St. was charged Tuesday with risk of injury, second-degree assault, second-degree reckless endangerment and interfering with an officer.

Norwich council opts for accidents as usual

How disappointing to see the Norwich City Council shift into reverse and decide not to adequately fix a stretch of road known to generate frequent accidents. Council members feared the process of reconstructing the road would have been too inconvenient.

R.J. Julia Hosts Book Events In Madison, Westbrook

Four novelists, two authors of a book about Hammonassett State Park and an illustrator of children's books will speak at events presented by R.J. Julia Booksellers of Madison. All require reservations: 203-245-3959 or rjjulia.com .

Multi-Lingual Welcome Signs in Norwich Celebrate Diversity

Swaranjit Singh Khalsa stands with one of two multi-lingual welcome signs he's worked to have installed in Norwich. Swaranjit Singh Khalsa created two signs that spell out "welcome" in seven languages.

Norwich police charge five for selling alcohol to a minor

Norwich - City police said they have charged five individuals for allegedly selling alcohol to a minor, as a result of a previously announced liquor store compliance investigation. The Norwich Police Department Community Policing Unit conducted the checks on the evening of June 15 by sending four trained minor undercover decoys, ages 17 and 18, to purchase alcohol, according to the police report.

Plans for public park at Ellis Ruley homestead receives approval

Norwich - Plans to create a public park at the former homestead of African-American folk artist Ellis Walter Ruley received a big boost Monday with the City Council's unanimous approval of a $55,000 grant from the Sachem Fund to help develop the park. The Sachem Fund was created in 2007 with equal contributions by the city and the Mohegan tribe to fund arts, cultural and economic development projects.

Norwich City Council committee ends Derby investigation

Norwich – The City Council's internal investigation into the actions of the former utilities commission chairman and vice chairman for their participation in a controversial trip to the Kentucky Derby in May 2016 came to an anticlimactic conclusion Monday with the submission of a four-page report stating that its investigation had become moot with their resignations. Alderwoman Stacy Gould and Alderman Gerald Martin, named in April by the council to investigate the actions of then-commission Chairwoman Dee Boisclair and Vice Chairman Robert Groner, wrote in their report that Groner and Boisclair resigned two days before the committee was scheduled to meet with an attorney hired to help with the investigation.

Regan reappointed as region's top prosecutor

New London State's Attorney Michael L. Regan, who has served as the region's top prosecutor since 2006, was reappointed Friday to another eight-year term by the state Criminal Justice Commission. Regan, 62, who lives with his family in New London, oversees criminal prosecutions in the four courts in the New London Judicial District, which comprises 23 towns, cities and political subdivisions in southeastern Connecticut.

Two More Plead Guilty in Connecticut Auto Insurance Scam

Federal prosecutors say 32-year-old Mackenzy Noze, and 33-year-old Jonas Joseph, both of Norwich, Conn., were convicted by a jury Thursday of multiple fraud and conspiracy offenses. Authorities say between April 2011 and February 2014, the two men and others staged about 50 crashes.

Police logs - June 19

Miguel A. Garcia Jr., 51, of 14 Hamilton Avenue, Unit 4, was charged Friday with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jalissa Winston, 19, of 58 Brandegee Avenue was charged Friday with third-degree criminal mischief, first-degree criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

American Legion Post 104 selects attendees for Boys State/Girls State

Taftville - American Legion Post 104 just completed a two-week-long series of interviews of Norwich area high school juniors who will be attending Boys State and Girls State in June.  Working closely with the guidance counselors of Ledyard High School, Norwich Free Academy and Norwich Technical School, each candidate was interviewed by the post's director of the program Alvin Butters. Butters has worked more than 20 years in building this leadership program to what it is today. This year, eight young men and eight young women will attend at the post's expense.

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