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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
Senator opens investigation into opioid manufacturers

MARCH 23: Oxycodone pain pills prescribed for a patient with chronic pain lie on display on March 23, 2016 in Norwich, CT. Communities nationwide are struggling with the unprecidented opioid pain pill and heroin addiction epidemic.

Police Logs

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Alexander C. Velletri, 18, of 73 Colony Road was charged Sunday with driving by a minor with an elevated blood alcohol content, failure to carry a license, failure to drive on the right, failure to display plates, possession of alcohol by a minor and possession of narcotics. Chasze L. Green, 29, of 470 Gold Star Highway, No.

Norwich utilities commission reappoints board leaders despite ethics violations

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich - The city utilities commission bucked recommendations from the city Ethics Commission and reappointed Chairwoman Dee Boisclair and Vice Chairman Robert Groner to their board leadership positions despite public outcry that followed news of their participation in a controversial lavish trip to the Kentucky Derby last spring hosted by the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative.

Otis Library to host programs on Prudence Crandall students

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich - Otis Library will host a series of programs and walks to celebrate the Harris sisters, students at Prudence Crandall's School for African-American Women in 1833-34. While Crandall is recognized as the state heroine, less recognized are the black students who faced enormous risk to receive an elite education.

Norwich Free Academy officials 'encouraged' revised bill retains governance independence

Norwich _ An intense lobbying effort by Norwich Free Academy alumni, officials and supporters against a proposed bill that would dramatically affect the governing structure at NFA has met with partial success, as changes approved late Friday removed a requirement that sending towns have representation on the school's board of trustees. The General Assembly's Education Committee on Friday approved revisions removing a town representation requirement from the  bill submitted by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration .

New Chelsea Gardens director to outline plans Thursday

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich – The Chelsea Gardens Foundation will host an informal meet-and-greet session Thursday to introduce its new part-time director of community engagement and to outline plans for upcoming programs to promote the long-planned botanical gardens project in Mohegan Park. Richard R. Larkin of Stonington was hired in January by the foundation board of directors for the part-time position and has an office in the new Foundry 66 shared workspace facility at 66 Franklin St. in downtown Norwich.

Local students learn about historically black colleges

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Ray Malone , vice-president of the Historically Black College Alumni of New London County in silhouette as he speaks to students during the organization's annual student orientation for the upcoming Historically Black College Tour, held at the New London Science & Technology Magnet School on Saturday, March 25, 2017, in New London. Groton - Norwich Superior Court John M. Newson told 44 high school students on Saturday that he earned more in his first job than his mother earned annually in her lifetime.

Mohegan Sun Expo Center latest sign of a tribe in motion

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Mohegan - When Mohegan tribal officials say the tribe's "not going anywhere," they mean it only in the literal, geographic sense. Kevin Brown, the tribal chairman, made both of those points Thursday, announcing details of the latest Mohegan Sun expansion, an $80 million convention center that he said will "solidify Mohegan Sun's position as the premier resort destination in all of the Northeast." A gathering that included tribal members, state lawmakers and municipal officials from the neighboring towns of Montville, Norwich and Preston applauded.

Yankee Fisherman, Thursday, March 23, 2017

It's a special crossover episode of Yankee Fisherman Thursday, March 23, at 1 p.m., as host John Kovach heads east to appear on Fishing Today, hosted by Jesse Roche, on WICH.com in Norwich. Roche's fishing show airs on Saturdays at 8:30 a.m., and can be listened to as a podcast at WICH.com.

Part of Scotland Road to close Saturday morning for road race

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich – The northern portion of Scotland Road near Baltic will be closed for 90 minutes Saturday morning for the 24th Annual St. Joseph School 3 Mile road race. Police will close Scotland Road in Norwich at Lillibridge Road from 9 to 10:30 a.m. No vehicular traffic will be allowed northbound onto Scotland Road in that area.

Norwich group receives grant to improve families' financial stability

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich – A team of city government, human services and business representatives received a $15,000 Working Cities Challenge grant Thursday to design an economic development plan to increase the number of low-income families who are financially stable by 20 percent over the next decade. The grant, announced Thursday by team participant United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, is one of 10 awarded to Connecticut cities by the Boston Federal Reserve.

Legislative committee calls for adding ratepayers to CMEEC board of directors

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: A proposed bill by the legislature's Energy and Technology Committee would add ratepayer representatives to the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative board of directors and would require future board retreats to be held within Connecticut. The bill was approved unanimously this week by the General Assembly's joint committee and also contains provisions that CMEEC board meeting agendas, minutes, resolutions and votes be published on the cooperative's website and that an annual forensic audit be posted as well.

New London agency hosting relief effort for Peruvian flood victims

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: New London - Lizbeth Polo-Smith, one of several women leading a local effort to send food, water and clothing to the people of flood-ravaged Peru, remembers a time when her family in Peru was the recipient of a desperately needed care package.

Norwich police ID remains found nearly a year ago

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: According to police, the remains found April 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the area of Norwich Avenue and Hunters Road belong to 50-year-old Kenneth E. Suter. Police said two juveniles who were playing in the area led them to the remains.

Norwich school board approves budget with 3% increase

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich - As if to illustrate that this spring's budget cycle is far from the norm, the Board of Education on Tuesday approved a proposed budget for 2017-18 that on the surface appears to call for both a 3 percent spending increase with an $8.2 million reduction in spending. The apparent contradiction is the result of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposal to dramatically restructure state grants for municipal education districts.

Norwich Ethics Commission finds probable cause in new ethics complaint

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich – The Ethics Commission Monday found probable cause that three Norwich Public Utilities officials may have violated the city's ethics code for participating in an October 2015 retreat to the luxury Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia, hosted by the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative. NPU General Manager John Bilda, NPU Division Manager Steve Sinko and utilities commission vice chairman Robert Groner attended the 2015 Greenbrier retreat, which cost more than $100,000, according to expense sheets from CMEEC.

Group fundraising to bring dog park to East Lyme

A group of East Lyme residents is beginning a grassroots effort to bring a dog park to town. "It would be a nice addition to all the great things going on in East Lyme," said Donna Palumbo, co-chairman of the group, Friends of the East Lyme Dog Park.

'Naked Mole Rats': Vignettes about modern relationships

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Andreas Halidis and August Wolf play characters who don't get out much and are reunited at a restaurant in a vignette from "Naked Mole Rats in the World of Darkness." That's the name of the evening of vignettes about male/female relationships written by Mike Folie that will be performed Norwich Arts Center Donald L. Oat Theater 62 Broadway in Norwich. It opens Friday and runs through April 2, with shows at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays.

Police Logs

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: James Theodore III, 22, of Salem, was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended license or registration, failure to have head lamps and failure to have tail lamps. John Carlos Hernandez-Motnalro, 20, of 29 Belden St. Apt.

Great women scientists of history come alive at Otis Library

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Zoe Johnson, 10, of Westerly watches as Kiara Tanta-Quidgeon, a student at Norwich Free Academy, makes a presentation on chemist Rosalind Franklin during the Women's History Month Tea themed "Women in Science" at Otis Library in Norwich Saturday, March 18, 2017. Norwich - After fleeing the Nazis in 1938, completing a Ph.D. that included a dissertation on the stress-induced maladaptive behavior of goats and becoming a recognized authority on the synapse, it's somewhat bewildering that Miriam Salpeter had trouble being taken seriously.

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