The Norwich Historical Society led the effort to obtain $118,000 in Neighborhood Assistance Program tax credit contributions to replace the leaking roof on the 1847 home of Civil War era Gov. William A. Buckingham.
In the 10 months since launching the Community Concierge program, the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut has hosted more than a dozen events aimed at connecting newcomers with the area.
Work will begin Tuesday on the $500,000 stabilization phase in the Reid & Hughes building on Main Street, where the Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development hopes to do a $6 million renovation project.
Police safely apprehended a man who barricaded himself inside his 17 Fleming Court home Friday morning, prompting a large emergency response and a shelter in place alert for neighbors.
Police on Thursday arrested a Norwich man who allegedly struck a woman in the head with a hammer.
Several road closures and traffic congestion alerts will be in effect Sunday and Monday due to Memorial Day parades.
Town police responded to a report of a motorcycle down in the area of Groton Square and Kentucky Fried Chicken at 8:05 p.m.
Police say a bitter business partnership breakup led to a Dec. 1 home invasion and assault at a home on West Town Street that resulted in two arrests.