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Norwich Human Services, Youth and Family Services offices moving next week

Norwich - Norwich Human Services' Adult and Family Services and Youth and Family Services offices are in the process of moving and the phone systems for both will be inoperable until Wednesday. Human Services' Adult and Family Services division will move to the second floor of City Hall, across from

THEDAY - 2017-09-23 01:15:00

Blumenthal in Norwich: Obamacare repeal would be 'catastrophe'

NORWICH - U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., visited United Community & Family Services on Friday to discuss the status of the Affordable Care Act and the possible impact of its repeal on local health care providers. Last year, UCFS served more than 18,000 clients, 63 percent of whom were insure

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-22 22:27:40

Norwich Youth and Family Services moves locations

Norwich Youth and Family Services recently announced they will move from 80 Broadway, Norwich, to 75 Mohegan Road, Norwich. Staff reports Norwich Youth and Family Services recently announced they will move from 80 Broadway, Norwich, to 75 Mohegan Road, Norwich. Phones and computers will be inoperab

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-22 19:54:33

Norwich bell rings to commemorate, preserve freedom

NORWICH - The Freedom Bell in downtown Norwich rang Saturday afternoon to commemorate the 155th anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, which local officials said is more important than ever to remember. The ringing also coincided with the annual meeting of the New England chapt

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-23 22:45:04

Norwich Historical Society to host heritage day

The Norwich Historical Society will host History Day on the Norwichtown Green from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Norwichtown Green, at Elm Avenue and East Town Street. The Norwich Historical Society will host History Day on the Norwichtown Green from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Norwichtown Gre

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-22 20:00:00

Police link Norwich woman to credit card fraud case

Norwich - A 50-year-old Norwich woman is facing felony larceny charges linked to alleged credit card fraud. Annette Cloutier-Maynard, 50, of 89 W. Town St. was held in lieu of a $50,000 bond Thursday by Norwich police on charges of first-degree larceny, fifth-degree larceny and two counts of illegal

THEDAY - 2017-09-22 02:21:00

Suspected Drug Dealer Arrested In Norwich: PD

NORWICH, CT - Two local residents were arrested on narcotic charges after police spotted drug sale activity, according to police. David Matthews Jr., 31, and Brooke Corcoran, 25, were arrested Wednesday, according to The Day. Matthews faces possession with intent to sell charges while Corcoran is ch

PATCH - 2017-09-21 17:49:21

Norwich to ring Freedom Bell to honor Emancipation Proclamation

Norwich's Freedom Bell will be rung to commemorate the 155th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation at 3:15 p.m. Sept. 23 at Norwich City Hall, 100 Broadway. Norwich's Freedom Bell will be rung to commemorate the 155th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation at 3:15 p.m. Sept. 23 at Norwi

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-21 21:00:00

Two Norwich residents face narcotics charges

NORWICH - Two Norwich residents, including a man accused of leading city police on a motor vehicle chase in July, face multiple drug-related charges. On Wednesday, Norwich officers said they saw 31-year-old David Matthews, of 29 Oakridge St., selling narcotics in Norwich. Police said Matthews' girlf

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-21 00:37:12

Two facing narcotics charges in Norwich

David Matthews (left) and Barbara Corcoran (right) (Photo: Norwich Police Department) NORWICH, Conn. (WTNH) - Two people in Norwich are facing charges after police say they located them during an active narcotics sale on Wednesday. According to police, officers located 35-year-old David Matthews a

WTNH.COM - 2017-09-21 00:13:18

Letter: Immigrants are an important and growing segment of the Norwich population

Monday evening, I watched the wonderful and well-attended dedication ceremony for the Peace Poles which are in 32 languages. However, not all members of the City Council appeared at an event which was meant to welcome immigrants. I hope the Republican councilmen who did attend this event, along with

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-22 11:00:00

New London seeks injunction against downtown business owner

New London - The sign propped inside the storefront window of the historic Cronin Building at 78 State St. announces "Coming Soon - Hopefully. Irreplaceable Artifacts." It's been more than a decade since antiques collector and dealer Evan Blum purchased the long-vacant building and started moving hi

THEDAY - 2017-09-22 23:23:48

Safety first: Child car seat law goes into effect Oct. 1

Among a number of other laws set to go into effect Oct. 1 is one meant to improve child safety in vehicles. The legislation increases the age and weight requirements for child safety seat usage - including requiring all children younger than 2 and weighing less than 30 pounds be in a rear-facing chi

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-24 00:11:58

Benedict Arnold's 'heroic leg' makes annual return to hometown

NORWICH - Benedict Arnold left Norwich at age 18 and came to be known as one of the nation's earliest and most reviled traitors. On Saturday, local officials celebrated the return of his leg to Leffingwell Museum. Every year, the New London Flock Theatre burns an effigy of the historic traitor, carr

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-23 22:30:42

Volunteers clean up QRiver on Saturday

SOUTHINGTON -- Judy Cooper, a kayaker and geocacher from Windsor Locks, has done enough river cleanups not to be shocked. So, when she helped pull a rusty scooter, barrel round and bicycle tire from the Quinnipiac River Saturday morning, she was not surprised. "You wonder how it got there," she sai

RECORD-JOURNAL - 2017-09-23 22:04:00

Scarecrows offer wisdom, fun at 12th annual Preston festival

PRESTON - Talk about a bunch of stuffed shirts. Some 45 scarecrows - each dressed in different garb - were scattered around the grounds of Preston City Congregational Church and along a makeshift Main Street on Saturday, just in time for the church's 2017 Scarecrow Festival. "They all get here at th

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-09-23 21:30:55

Federal program awards grants for drug prevention in eastern Connecticut

The federal Drug-Free Communities Support Program has awarded nearly $1.25 million in grants to programs in eastern Connecticut that work to reduce youth substance abuse, U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, announced Friday. The programs receiving grants are Ledge Light Health District, New Lond

THEDAY - 2017-09-23 00:49:00

Crews to remove gypsy moth damaged trees along I-95

A travel advisory was issued for drivers who frequent Interstate 95 in New London County. Starting this Monday, a southbound lane will be closed between Exit 74 in East Lyme to Exit 70 in Old Lyme. Channel 3 learned that the lane closure is because crews from the Connecticut Department of Transporta

EYEWITNESS NEWS - 2017-09-23 02:11:00

Despite storms, high prices prompt many to opt out of flood insurance

Owning a home in coastal Connecticut can be expensive. So ever-increasing premiums for flood insurance through the federal government's National Flood Insurance Program are making the policies a hard sell, despite more heavy storms hitting homeowners in areas at risk of flooding, according to data c

THEDAY - 2017-09-24 01:18:00

DOT to remove trees damaged by gypsy moths

The state Department of Transportation said it plans to remove about 170 trees along Interstate 95 southbound, between Exit 74 in East Lyme and Exit 70 in Old Lyme, that were "significantly damaged and compromised" due to the infestation of gypsy moths this spring and early summer. DOT said in a new

THEDAY - 2017-09-23 00:40:00