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Dear FOI commissioners, please make port authority comply

The Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission is scheduled to take up a recommended order...

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Hearing to make Todt triple murder case warrant public scheduled for Friday

A hearing on whether the arrest warrant for Anthony Todt, a Colchester physical therapist who confessed last week to murdering his wife, children and family dog in Celebration, Fla., should be unsealed and made public is scheduled for Friday,...

Domestic violence agency wants public to know that free, confidential services are available

The staff at Safe Futures, which provides services to domestic violence victims in 21 southeastern Connecticut towns, is reeling from the news of yet another domestic violence homicide in the region over the past weekend.

Norwich police say homicide victim stabbed during 911 call

Jeffrey T. Stovall Jr., 22, center, of Worcester, Mass., responds to a question Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020, from Judge Francis J. Foley III in Connecticut Superior Court GA21 in Norwich. Stovall is charged in the fatal stabbing of Jason Beck on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020, at Beck's Sandy Lane apartment in Norwich.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Norwich police say stabbing victim Jason Beck called 911 from his Sandy Lane apartment Saturday night and spoke to a dispatcher while his longtime partner stood over him and continued to stab him.

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Norwich Free Academy art teacher placed on paid leave

A veteran art teacher at the NFA Sachem Campus transitional program has been placed on paid administrative leave for an undisclosed reason.

Norwich seeks members for School Building Committee

The new Norwich School Building Committee will plan and design a consolidation and renovation of the city school system.

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