Raising the house in Norwich
Norwich — Eversource volunteers helped raise front walls Tuesday during a ceremony for a new Habitat for Humanity home in Norwich.
The duplex on Golden Street, for which construction is expected to be completed in February, will be the first of 14 new homes built by the agency in urban Norwich neighborhoods. The agency has been raising money for the past three years for the estimated combined project cost of $2.3 million, Habitat Executive Director Terri O'Rourke said.
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