HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ An 18-year Navy veteran from Norwich is joining forces with U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal to try to persuade the federal Department of Veterans Affairs to abide by a recent U.S. Supreme […]
Police in Norwich say a 23 year old man forced his way into a Greene Avenue home just before 11:30 Friday morning and was scared away by the homeowner. A few minutes later police received […]
Norwich police have arrested a fugitive wanted by authorities in New York State. Under arrest is 37-year-old Miguel Caamano of Norwich. Detectives say Caamano was wanted for violating parole stemming from a felony robbery conviction […]
Norwich Police have arrested 56 year old woman and a juvenile after executing a narcotic related search and seizure warrant in a basement at 187 Broad Street. The information had been received from several reliable […]
“I wish I had a kayak!”
A lack of air conditioning has forced the closure of a state Department of Motor Vehicles branch. DMV says it is closing the Norwich office for the remainder of today. Officials say the air conditioning […]
NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) _ Two New York City men are going on trial on allegations they scammed the Mohegan Sun casino out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in a scheme police say involved […]
A Norwich man faces a variety of charges after an employee was injured by a shot fired from a pellet gun and multiple vehicles were damaged at the First Student Bus Company Monday morning.
NORWICH, Conn. (AP) _ There are no statues of Benedict Arnold in Norwich. There are no schools or parks bearing his name. Arnold Place, a small asphalt tributary of Route 32 just south of The William W. Backus Hospital, is a dead end–perhaps a symbol of the Revolutionary War hero-turned-traitor who was born in Norwich on Jan. 14, 1741, to Benedict Arnold and Hannah Waterman King in a homestead on what is now Washington Street.
State Police today arrested a man who was shot by a police officer in Norwich last year.