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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
Warrant Out for Suspect in Norwich Stabbing
Robinson, also known as K.J., is charged with first degree assault and threatening as a result of a stabbing at Franklin Street back on February 20, 2017. On Monday, just before 12:10 p.m., Norwich police responded to Franklin Street on a report that a person had been stabbed, and a suspect was fleeing from the area.Courtney addresses health care, Trump concerns at Norwich town hall
People applaud the opening remarks by U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, at Kelly Middle School in Norwich for a town hall meeting with the congressman on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. Across the country, federal lawmakers have faced large crowds at town hall-style meetings where conversation has centered on Donald Trump's first month as president.Police Logs
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Lauryn A. Hall, 18, of 8 Sandy Lane, Norwich, was charged Wednesday with third-degree assault and breach of peace. Nicole N. Scelza, 28, of 157 D St. was charged Wednesday with breach of peace, unlawful discharge of a firearm, carrying and sale of dangerous weapons, second-degree reckless endangerment and risk of injury to a minor.Norwich police name suspect in Monday stabbing
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Keith "K.J." N. Robinson, 21, of no certain address. His charges, first-degree assault and first-degree threatening, stem from the stabbing, which happened about noon Monday near 99 Franklin ST.Saint Bernard School names February students of the month
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Sixth-grader Crystal Nguyen and senior David Galvez are February's Students of the Month for Saint Bernard School. Senior David Galvez and sixth-grader Crystal Nguyen have been named Saint Bernard School Students of the Month for February.Synthetic Cinema International brings Movie Magic to Connecticut
"We got into doing monster movies, after that we got into doing family movies and comedies and action films," said Andrew Gernhard, a Producer at Synthetic Cinema International. Beginning to end.Huntington School in Norwich evacuated for 'slight' gas leak
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich – The Samuel Huntington School was evacuated shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday for a smell of natural gas, and officials discovered a "slight, slight" gas leak at a meter, Superintendent Abby Dolliver said. The leak was secured and the students returned to the building within a half hour of the initial call at 12:57 p.m., Dolliver said.Norwich Mayor Hinchey will not seek re-election
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich – Mayor Deberey Hinchey announced Wednesday that she will not seek a second four-year term in office this fall and plans to return to her career as a clinical social worker or pursue new opportunities in the economic development field. Hinchey, 64, the city's first female mayor, informed City Hall staff of her decision Wednesday and will discuss it with the Democratic Town Committee at its meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday.Employee stabbed during argument at nail salon
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: New London Police detain a woman who may have been involved in a stabbing incident at Lucky Nails on Jefferson Avenue in New London on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. New London - A disagreement between two employees at Lucky Nails Salon escalated to violence Tuesday, as one worker grabbed a ballpoint pen and stabbed another in the face.Norwich man charged in house party sexual incident
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: A 24-year-old Norwich man has been charged with sexually touching a woman while she was passed out from drinking a large amount of whiskey at a house party in Taftville on Nov. 19. Brian Nolan J. of 126 Providence St. was charged Feb. 7 with second-degree sexual assault of a physically helpless person.Legislative committee to hold hearing Tuesday on bills stemming from Kentucky Derby controversy
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: The General Assembly's Energy and Technology Committee will hold a public hearing at 1 p.m. Tuesday on several bills that would affect the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative and municipally owned utilities, including one bill that would repeal a statute that created the cooperative. Most of the bills stemmed from the controversial strategic retreats to the Kentucky Derby CMEEC has hosted for dozens of board members, staff, municipal officials and guests over the past four years.Police Logs
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Bryan Luurtsema, 36, of 335 Hamilton Ave., No. 90, was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to obey a traffic signal.Jewett City man arrested in Norwich home invasion case
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich - Police made one arrest Friday in connection with an Oct. 16 home invasion and assault on Hamilton Avenue and said additional arrests are possible in the case. Police arrested Dyshaun Figuerou, 37, of 43 Merchants Ave., Apt.Reckoning time for CMEEC, Derby trip participants
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: The coming week will be a pivotal one concerning the controversy entangling the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative and the cooperative's future. The good news is that the strong public response to the outrageous behavior of utility officials, documented in a series of investigative reports by this newspaper and the Norwich Bulletin, has led to this day of reckoning.Chelsea Gardens Foundation hires director
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Richard R. Larkin of Stonington has been hired as the new part-time director of community engagement for Chelsea Gardens Foundation in Norwich. Norwich – A 40-year veteran professional fundraiser for an arboretum, museums, aquariums, colleges and cultural arts entities across the country has been hired by the Chelsea Gardens Foundation to raise money, membership and to get the long-planned project off the ground.Skepticism surrounds Malloy hospital tax plan
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: While the legislature should not dismiss it out of hand, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposal to allow towns and cities to levy a property tax on the land and buildings of nonprofit hospitals in the state must be viewed with skepticism. The proposal goes hand-in-hand with other Malloy initiatives aimed at improving the financial standing of the state's struggling cities.Norwich officials ready to review proposal to save Reid & Hughes building
Norwich - City officials met for the third time with the prospective developer of the Reid & Hughes building on Wednesday and received detailed information on the group's proposal to stabilize the building to allow time to seek funding for its $6 million renovation project. City Manager John Salomone said the city received the information requested from the Women's Institute for Housing and Economic Development.Norwich school board delays vote on restructuring plan
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich - With only five members present at Tuesday's meeting, the Board of Education delayed a possible vote to reconsider its rejection last month of a proposed major school restructuring plan after hearing pleas from the mayor and several residents in support of the project. The school board rejected the $144.5 million plan on a 4-4 vote on Jan. 10 , and has heard criticism from city officials and residents over the past two weeks.A Happy Valentine's Day
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Members of the Chelsea Parade Barbershop Quartet, Ric Tetrault, standing from left, of Norwich, Larry Nunes of Norwich, Steve Novic of Ledyard and Rod Stott of Norwich, who are also members of the Rose City Chorus, serenade, Fran Stott, right, of Norwich, the wife of Kel Stott, not in photo, with two songs, a Valentine's Day card and a rose, at the Norwich Rehabilitation and Center in Norwich on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. Since 2003 the event is a Valentine's Day tradition which serves as a fundraiser throughout the year.Haitian man admits role in scheme to stage dozens of crashes
A Haitian man has admitted in federal court he was involved in a scheme to stage dozens of car crashes in Connecticut and collected up to $30,000 per wreck by submitting bogus insurance claims. Jacques Fleurijeune, also known as "Magic," pleaded guilty on Monday to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.
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