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Norwich council discusses plans for 77 Chestnut St. lot
The downtown Chestnut Street neighborhood could get a new look next year if the City Council approves a plan to tear down the blighted two-building mill complex at 77 Chestnut St. The city received six bids ranging from $249,711 to $834,800 to clean and demolish the two buildings the city took for back taxes two years ago.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
New police officers to graduate from academy Wednesday
Forty-seven police recruits who completed training with the Police Officer Standards and Training Council will graduate Wednesday night as police officers.
Norwich man gets seven-year sentence for arsons
A Norwich man accepted a plea deal Monday in New London Superior Court and will be sentenced in February to seven years in prison for his role in four arsons.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Make a Difference: New London Housing Authority
WHAT TO GIVE : Margaret had been working the night shift at Dunkin' Donuts in Norwich.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Police logs - Dec. 15
Reginald Everett Green Jr., 24, of New Britain was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended license and failure to have headlights lit.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
New London Police K-9 'Ike' dies
Reward police dog Ike, a German shepherd who partnered with city police officer Matthew Galante from 2004 to 2009, died unexpectedly on Thursday, according to police officials.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Top of the List: Largest banks in Central Ohio
The biggest deposit holder in Central Ohio was founded in 1866 by a man whose great-grandfather organized the first meeting in Norwich, Conn., to discuss the independence movement of the colonies.
Norwich inspectors discover family's apartment was condemned
City inspectors were called to a Talman Street apartment Tuesday for housing complaints and soon learned that the mother and three young children there were living in an apartment that had been condemned in January 2011.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Man pleads guilty to fatally stabbing brother
Twenty-three-year-old Jeffrey Savoy of Norwich pleaded guilty today in New London Superior Court to fatally stabbing his brother, 27-year-old John Coddington, in the neck in Jewett City on Sept.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
3 arrested for alleged role in Norwich paintball attacks
Police arrested three people this week on charges that they shot people, including a pregnant woman, with paintballs on Halloween night and on several days in early November.
A new twist on a faithful charity
Like strands of blinking lights strung alongside inflatable reindeer on front lawns, mall Santas and seemingly ubiquitous recordings of "Jingle Bell Rock," the Salvation Army's red kettles and bell-ringers posted on city sidewalks and outside suburban stores have been among the most familiar sights and sounds of the holiday season for more than a ... (more)
Sun Dec 08, 2013
New mom, 25, kicked out of court for breast-feeding her baby boy in public
Asked to leave: Danielle Gendron speaks to News 8 to express her rage at being ejected from a Norwich, Connecticut court room for breast feeding her son Maddox An outraged Connecticut mom has spoken out after she was ejected from a courtroom for trying to breastfeed her baby son.
Mandatory recording of interrogations begins Jan. 1
State prosecutors, defense attorneys and juries can expect a clearer picture of what goes on behind closed doors during police interrogations in the new year.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Fire at vacant Norwich home ruled an arson
The town's police and fire departments are investigating an arson fire Saturday in an unoccupied dwelling on Salem Turnpike.
All dressed up in Norwich
Norwich Superintendent Abby Dolliver laughs with friends and fellow performers Friday night.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Hartford Courant
State's Mills Can Work Magic Again
In recent years, vacant mill or factory buildings in Norwich , Windsor Locks , Somers and Waterbury were destroyed by fires, sad losses not unknown to many other communities.
Norwich police issue Silver Alert for missing 14-year-old girl
Norwich police have issued a Silver Alert missing person notice Friday afternoon, Dec. 6, 2013, for a 14-year-old Diandre Lousi last seen at about 5 p.m. Thursday in the Mechanic Street area of Norwich.
New London students top state-set test targets
The New London school system surpassed state goals for achievement on the Connecticut Mastery Test and the Connecticut Academic Performance Test last school year, but the city's schools still lag behind state expectations, according to a district performance report released Thursday by the state.
Norwich Salvation Army seeks sponsors for kettles
The Norwich Salvation Army hopes an idea used elsewhere in the state to boost holiday kettle drive revenue catches on in eastern Connecticut - corporate sponsorship.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Urgent Care of Connecticut to open clinic in Groton
Urgent Care of Connecticut on Thursday announced plans to open a clinic in Groton in February, just four months after opening its first clinic in Eastern Connecticut in Norwich.