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  • Norwich Police Justified In Using Deadly Force, State's Attorney Says

    NORWICH — The deadly force used by seven police officers who fired 41 shots at a despondent man armed with what appeared to be a handgun in February 2013 has been ruled appropriate by the state's attorney's office, according to a report released...
  • Robert Davidson Was A Vocal Advocate For People With Mental Illness

    Robert Davidson Was A Vocal Advocate For People With Mental Illness
    Bob Davidson's goal in life was to reduce the stigma suffered by people with mental illness, and help them get the support they needed — preferably in a community setting with housing, peer support and counseling. He spoke frequently at the...
  • Four Families Displaced By Norwich Fire

    Four Families Displaced By Norwich Fire
    NORWICH — Eight people were displaced by a two-alarm fire that broke out Sunday morning in a multi-family home at 218 Washington St. The call came in about 8:15 a.m., a Norwich police and fire dispatcher said. It took firefighters two hours to get...
  • Norwich Man Charged With Sexual Assault

    NORWICH — A 32-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an alleged sexual assault, police said Friday. Demetrius Anthony Carswell, of Division Street in Norwich, was arrested Friday and charged with first-degree sexual assault, kidnapping,...
  • Elisabeth McGinn In New London

    Elisabeth McGinn In New London
    The Gallery at Firehouse Square, 239 Bank St. in New London, welcomes back Elisabeth McGinn of Montville with another exhibit that focuses on poverty. Last year, McGinn participated in “Right Next Door: Images of the Homeless and Those Who Help...
  • Southington Asks State To Stock Crescent Lake With Fish

    SOUTHINGTON — Crescent Lake, a popular public fishing area, would be a good place for the state to stock gamefish, the town's recreation director said Friday. David Lepreay said he's asked the state fisheries staff to consider putting fish into...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Getting Fit? Hartford HealthCare Has An App for That!

    Hartford HealthCare Launches Wellness App And Pandora Fitness Station. Hartford HealthCare (HHC) is taking health and wellness to the mainstream by launching its HealtheMinder app and a radio station on Pandora designed to inspire listeners to get fit....
  • READER SUBMITTED: SCORE To Host Free Workshop On "Social Media Marketing Made Simple"

    The Southeastern CT chapter of SCORE continues its year-round series of free Small Business Workshops with "Social Media Marketing Made Simple." Social media has changed the playing field for reaching the masses. With April Heavens-Woodcock, managing...
  • State Police: Pair Tried To Sell Stolen Guns, Including Assault Weapon

    State Police: Pair Tried To Sell Stolen Guns, Including Assault Weapon
    SPRAGUE — Two people were arrested on gun charges after state troopers learned they were planning to sell two stolen rifles, one of which was an assault weapon, police said. Chaz Joseph St. George, 25, of Tift Street in Griswold and Falicia...
  • Review: 'Alan Partridge' is delightfully back in spotlight he covets

    Review: 'Alan Partridge' is delightfully back in spotlight he covets
    Alan Partridge, the British broadcast personality Steve Coogan first brought to life in 1991 on the BBC radio news spoof, "On the Hour," is back. Older, none the wiser, his bloated ego and vast array of insecurities are very much intact. It's not that...
  • State Approves Six Sites For Sale Of Medical Marijuana

    State  Approves Six Sites For Sale Of Medical Marijuana
    HARTFORD — The state awarded licenses Thursday for six medical marijuana retail outlets in Branford, Bridgeport, Bristol, Hartford, Montville and South Windsor. State officials announced the six licenses, chosen from 27 applications, and said...