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State Police Wake Up Sleeping Jewett City Man In Car, Gets Arrested For Drugs

On December 2, 2021 at approximately 10:51 AM, Connecticut State Police Troopers out of Troop E Montville were dispatched to McKenna Ave in Jewett City because a man was spotted on the side of the road asleep in his vehicle. When Police arrived, they were able to wake up the driver, 27 year old Kevin Huntley from Jewett City. Troopers saw narcotics and paraphernalia in plain view inside the car, […]

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Lisbon Man Doesn’t Stop on Police Signal, Keeps Going and Snaps Utility Pole

On Sunday, November 28, 2021, at approximately 4:30 PM, a car that was traveling west on Taylor Hill Rd in Jewett City, struck a telephone utility pole and snapped it. 33 year old Justin Doty of Lisbon ran off the road to the right and struck the utility pole, and the car spun until it was facing the other way. As it spun it hit another vehicle in the rear, […]

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Kickstarting a Town Tradition Raises Money For Local Booster Club

In November 2019, the holidays were starting to ramp up like they always do. The Town of Griswold was planning the annual Snowflake Parade, Football was in full swing with youth and high school teams going at it. Plus, area residents were getting ready for an event that happens once a year. A charity event to raise money for the Griswold Booster Club, the annual Turkey Dip that takes place […]

todayNovember 30, 2021 236

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Infection Rates Continue to Rise, and Now There’s Omicron

Things may start to change once again with the recent surge in COVID-19 infections over the last week in Connecticut, reaching the highest levels in months. Today's updated summary shows that positivity rate is up to 5.25% over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.  Hospitalizations are also up almost 35%, up to 354 patients in the hospital with COVID-19, 40 of which are in New London county.  New Haven and Hartford counties […]

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SNSN Announces Girls Basketball Broadcast Schedule for 2021-2022 Season

SNSN is back for it's 7th year of Wolverine High School Basketball coverage!  You can view the games either on YouTube or other SNSN social media. To watch on YouTube, we ask you to please subscribe to the SNSN Radio YouTube Channel and click the "bell" to be notified of upcoming broadcasts and special events! You can subscribe by clicking here. 2021-2022 Griswold Wolverines Girls Basketball Broadcast Schedule 12/14  @Lyman […]

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SNSN Announces Boys Basketball Broadcast Schedule for 2021-2022 Season

SNSN is back for it's 7th year of Wolverine High School Basketball coverage!  You can view the games either on Youtube or other SNSN social media.  Join the broadcast team of Mike Minarsky and Kevin "The Merch" Merchant for all the play by play! To watch on YouTube, we ask you to please subscribe to the SNSN Radio YouTube Channel and click the "bell" to be notified of upcoming broadcasts […]

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Governor Lamont Announces Digital Currency Group Relocating Headquarters to Connecticut, Creating More Than 300 New Jobs

(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont today announced that Digital Currency Group (DCG), a leading investor in bitcoin and blockchain technology companies, has informed his administration that the company will be relocating its headquarters from New York City to Stamford, Connecticut. The company is expected to create more than 300 jobs in Connecticut over the next five years. "Attracting new investment and job creation opportunities to Connecticut is a top priority for […]

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State Police Attempting to Identify Suspect in Putnam Larceny

On Sunday, November 28, 2021 at approximately 7:34 PM, Troopers from Troop D in Danielson responded to a report of an alleged shoplifting incident at the Walmart  located at 625 School Street, in Putnam. The suspect had departed from the store prior to police arrival and State Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the individual depicted in the image below. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to […]

todayNovember 29, 2021 64

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Residents Still Are The Ones That Make the Decisions, the Big Ones At Least

It happens every two years after an election cycle, the town's boards and commissions elect new chairman's and vice chairman's, obviously depending on what party has the majority..... Since this past election saw every board including the Board of Selectman become Republican  party dominated, new folks are going to be voted to lead these boards. Mentioned above, Dana Bennett and Richard Matters are both new Republican members, rounded out by […]

todayNovember 22, 2021 33

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