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    U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal toured the flood-damaged United Community & Family Services health center Friday and urged the agency to apply for federal funding to renovate and expand its building.
    Arrests by local and state police departments from across the region.
    On Friday morning, two dozen Conn College faculty, staff and students celebrated the reopening of the college’s newly branded Feminist, Resources, Education and Empowerment (F.R.E.E) Center.
    Waterford High School’s second-quarter honor roll for 2023-2024 The following were named to the honor roll for the second quarter at Waterford High School: GRADE 9 Grego...

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    The new director of the Norwich community development office started this week, as the agency begins reviewing $1.3 million in grant applications.
    Officials charged with figuring out where affordable housing fits in town ― and who should live there ― want to create a business plan so they can act fast in a seller’s real estate market.
    The blockage, which affected multiple bathrooms and caused sewage to back up into the hallways, was likely due to years of buildup, according to the superintendent.
    Avalonia Land Conservancy will hold a public forum in Norwich Thursday to discuss plans for an accessible trail at its Cedar Wood Preserve.
    The Norwich grand list of taxable property rose 33.7% after a revaluation of all city property was conducted in 2023.

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    Several streets and parking areas in downtown Norwich will be closed Sunday for the 10th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
    Preston will hold a public forum Tuesday for residents to give input into the long-term strategic plan for the town.
    For the second time in as many years, a leading provider of credit ratings has upgraded New London’s bond rating to reflect the city’s “improved financial resilience.”
    Astro, 17, was euthanized after several age-related conditions, including painful arthritis, worsened this week and he stopped eating and began struggling to swim, according to aquarium officials.
    Americans who test positive for the coronavirus no longer need to routinely stay home from work and school for five days under new guidance released Friday by the Centers...
    A woman was convicted Friday of conspiring to murder missing mother-of-five Jennifer Dulos, who vanished from a wealthy Connecticut enclave in 2019 and was never found. ...
    The following are students named to the honor roll at Ledyard Middle School for the second quarter of the 2023-2024 academic year: 6th Grade Liam Alfield, Mackenzie Bagos...
    Hundreds of people gathered to bid farewell to Alexei Navalny at a funeral Friday in Moscow under a heavy police presence, following a battle with authorities over the re...
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    The current facility, located at 225 Maple Ave., has been cited for numerous violations by the state Department of Agriculture, but has remained open.