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Phone Scams Reported in Norwich and Waterford
Police are warning residents in the Norwich and Waterbury area of phone scams asking for immediate payment and credit card information.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Police logs - Dec. 3
Randy T. Valade, 34, of 17 Redden Ave., New London, was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended license and failure to renew registration.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Wreaths Across America to remember veterans from area with stops in...
Seeing a Wal-Mart tractor-trailer truck on Connecticut highways in the height of the Christmas shopping season likely wouldn't turn heads, but the truck coming through eastern Connecticut on Dec. 10 and 11 will be different.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Police logs - Dec. 1
Brandon A. Chapman, 19, of 33 Roberts Road was charged Friday with second-degree making a false statement, sixth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Season of lights in Norwich
People take a draft horse wagon ride around downtown Norwich on Friday after the Light Up City Hall event to start the Norwich Winter Festival.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Five taken to hospital after bus crash in Norwich
Five people were taken to the hospital Friday afternoon following a crash involving a Jeep Grand Cherokee and a SEAT bus in downtown.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
With help, once homeless friends become roommates
For three men who have lived for years in tents, in the woods, or in local homeless shelters, Thanksgiving came last week.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Union notifies L+M of strike after talks break off
American Federation of Teachers Field Representative Greg Kotecki, right, speaks during a press conference while AFT CT Local 5049 President Lisa D'Abrosca, center, listens Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013, about a pending strike by AFT CT Local 5049 of Registered Nurses and AFT CT Local 5051 of LPN Technologists after talks between the unions and L+M ... (more)
Police logs - Nov. 26
Michael Branoh, 35, of 51 Lake St., Apt. 3, was charged Monday with carrying a dangerous weapon, second-degree threatening, reckless endangerment and second-degree breach of peace.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
L+M Corp. ends fiscal year in red
The parent company of Lawrence + Memorial Hospital ended the fiscal year in the red for the first time in at least a decade, as patient volumes and state and federal support both declined.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Norwich family completed in Adoption Day Ceremony
In a courtroom filled with balloons, teddy bears and family members shedding tears of joy, a Superior Court judge issued a decree this morning that formalized the permanent relationship between Daisy Lopez of Norwich and her adoptive daughters, 10-year-old Francesca and 11-year-old Olivia.
seCTer elects new board to lead regional agency
Following a year that was "arguably the most challenging in seCTer's history," the SouthEastern Connecticut Enterprise Region moved forward Thursday with a newly named leader and a new slate of officers for 2014.
Police logs - Nov. 22
Christopher Etuka, 29, of 50 Central Ave. was charged Wednesday with possession of synthetic cannabis and sale of synthetic cannabis.
Lincoln portrayer, ringing of Norwich's Freedom Bell launch new forum
For the second time this week, President Abraham Lincoln read the Gettysburg Address live in Norwich, with Lincoln portrayer Lewis Dube doing the honors, to mark not just the 150th anniversary of the famous speech but also to launch the founding of the Lincoln Forum of Eastern Connecticut.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Brown arraigned in Norwich in Mallove murder case
Mozzelle Brown is led from the courtroom after appearing in Norwich Superior Court Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, on murder charges related to the death of Eugene Mallove in 2004.
Montville barn fire destroys classic cars
Phil "Moose" Russo paced back and forth across his driveway Thursday evening as firefighters tore at the glowing embers that used to compose the walls of his barn.
State official tries to defuse tension over sex offender housing
James Dzurenda did his best on Wednesday to reassure local officials concerned about the placement of released sex offenders in their communities.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Norwich police charge third suspect in 2004 Mallove murder case
Police have arrested the third and final suspect in the brutal 2004 beating death of New Hampshire scientist and author Eugene Mallove.
Lockdown lifted at Norwich Bulletin newspaper in Connecticut after letter threatens to spread MRSA
NORWICH, Conn. — Employees of the Norwich Bulletin and the city's police department were let out of their respective offices Wednesday afternoon when the investigation into a threatening letter deemed it was harmless.
Suspicious package investigated in Norwich
Norwich City Police headquarters and offices of The Bulletin newspaper are currently quarantined after The Bulletin received a suspicious package with a threatening message and an unknown substance.