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Latest Griswold News

Sunflower fundraiser returns to Griswold farm

Tammy Mason of Norwich, center, and her grandchildren, Alise Thomas, 15, back, Ahvielle Brown, 13, right, and Avion Mason, 11, cut blossoms Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in the Sunflowers for Wishes cutting field at Buttonwood Farm in Griswold.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Buttonwood Farm's 18th annual Sunflowers for Wishes switched to a pick-your-own model this year.

My Pet Pal: Milo

He is an indoor cat but this is his favorite place to sit and look out the window and watch the birds.

Fluttering by the milkweed

An eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly feeds on a blossom Thursday, July 15, 2021, in a field of milkweed near Glasgo Pond in Griswold.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Two different kinds of butterflies were fluttering by the milkweed Thursday in Griwsold.

A 'super' summer enrichment program in Griswold

Griswold Superintendent of Schools Sean P. McKenna, left, follows along as his class of high school students read aloud from Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' during the district's summer learning program Wednesday, July 7, 2021. McKenna's class was reading and discussing 'The Tempest' and comparing it to contemporary young adult novel 'Legend,' by Marie Lu. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Superintendent Sean P. McKenna said he is "thrilled" about the summer learning programs, which began June 21 and end no later than July 22, because they were generated by teachers.


Norwich police: Jewett City man tried to flee through Occum woods

A Jewett City man wanted on a felony drug charge in Rhode Island eluded officers for about two hours Tuesday evening in the Occum woods, police say.

Three jurors chosen in Griswold triple murder case as jury selection wraps up for the month

Three jurors have been selected in the long-awaited trial of Sergio Correa, a Hartford man accused of killing three members of the Lindquist family in Griswold in 2017.

Trial dates set for utility cooperatives indicted in Kentucky Derby trips case

The trial is scheduled to start Nov. 1 in New Haven federal court.

Jury selection begins in Griswold triple murder

Jury selection began Tuesday in the case of Sergio Correa, a Hartford man accused of murdering three members of the Lindquist family in Griswold in 2017, but no jurors were selected.

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