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Central Village Woman Sent to Hospital After Striking Stone Wall

On October 03, 2021, at approximately 5:17 P.M., members of the Plainfield Police Department, American Legion Ambulance, and the Moosup Fire Department responded to the scene of a single motor vehicle crash in the area of 58 Plainfield Road, in Moosup. Upon the investigation of responding Officers, it was determined that a grey 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee operated by 45 year old Marsha Loiselle of Central Village, was traveling westbound […]

todayOctober 4, 2021 602

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Sen. Somers Begins Third Term As 18th District Connecticut Senator

During a Jan. 6 outdoor ceremony at Connecticut's State Capitol, Senator Heather Somers (center) was sworn-in for a third term representing the 18th Senate District. The district includes Griswold, Groton, North Stonington, Plainfield, Preston, Sterling, Stonington and Voluntown. In addition to serving as Deputy Senate Republican Leader, Somers is the lead Republican on the state legislature's Public Health Committee and the Transportation Committee. She is a member of the Appropriations Committee, […]

todayJanuary 8, 2021 1

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Connecticut State Police Needs Helps Identifying a Suspect

From the Connecticut State Police Facebook Page: ***Attempt to Identify*** Troopers are attempting to identify the pictured male. On December 20, 2020 at approximately 10:54 p.m., the male is seen breaking into the Sprague Transfer Station, 130 Bushnell Hollow Road. Anyone who can identify the male is urged to contact Trooper Dwyer at Troop E by calling 860-848-6500 ext. 5015. All tips will remain confidential.

todayDecember 30, 2020 2

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ATTN GRISWOLD TAXPAYER: Important Tax Information For Residents For 2021

The Town of Griswold and Borough of Jewett City have adopted a “Deferment Program by Application” regarding Executive Order 9R (Previously adopted per Executive Order 7S, Section 6 and Executive Order 7W, Section1) by order of Governor Lamont for tax bills coming due January 1, 2021. The requirements are listed below: If you have been economically impacted by COVID-19; i.e., furloughed, laid off, reduction in work hours, etc. due to […]

todayDecember 21, 2020 1

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Annual Snowflake Parade A Huge Hit At Hopeville State Park, May Continue In the Future

The annual snowflake parade took on a brand new form this year, mainly driven from issues with the pandemic.  Instead of the parade traveling down it's usual route and finishing with Santa and Mrs. Claus, Residents from all over the tri state area came to the "reverse" parade that was held inside the campground at Hopeville State Park.  "Floaters" were all assigned a camp site to decorate, have entertainment, or […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 1

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Latest Connecticut COVID-19 Data For 12/7/20

Here is the latest COVID-19 data from the State of Connecticut, 12/07/20 Measure Total ChangeDirection Change COVID-19 Cases (confirmed and probable) 135,844 + 8,129 COVID-19 Tests Reported (molecular and antigen) 3,536,988 + 123,021 Daily Test Positivity* 6.61% Patients Currently Hospitalized with COVID-19 1,183 + 33 COVID-19-Associated Deaths 5,224 + 78   Town Total Cases Total Deaths Rate per 100,000 Number of Tests Number of Positive Tests Griswold 250 4 2,157 […]

todayDecember 7, 2020 1

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GHS Seniors and Faculty Recognized at Griswold Board of Education Meeting

The Griswold Board of Education held a regular meeting on November 23, 2020 within the GMS gymnasium.  At the meeting, many students and a faculty member were recognized for recent accomplishments. Susan Dolan-Adamec (Mrs. D.A.), GMS School Library Media Specialist, was recognized at the meeting, as Griswold’s Outstanding Employee for the first quarter of the 2020/2021 school year. GHS Senior Alejandra Garcia for her outstanding performance on the PSAT’s last […]

todayNovember 27, 2020 3

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