Douglas Craig was named teacher of the year at an assembly on Friday morning. Craig has been teaching in the Griswold School System since 2007. He teaches Social Studies and History. One student told SNSN that “Mr. Craig explains the lessons very well… Read More
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35 Joseph Fortes of Moosup, was arrested in Rhode Island on Gun and Drug charges at the Twin River Casino in Lincoln, Rhode Island. Fortes, who has a criminal history is also said to have violated state laws regarding gun permits. The situation… Read More
Troop K has announced that they will be doing sobriety checkpoints on Saturday, May 25, 2019 on Route 16 in Colchester. In addition, State Troopers will also be enforcing distracted driving laws as well as seat belt laws. According to Lt. Marc Petruzzi,… Read More
On 5/22/19 at approximately 4:03 AM Troopers were dispatched to Montville VFW located at 97 Raymond Hill Rd in Uncasville to investigate a motion alarm that went off in their kitchen. Troopers found a broken window while checking the exterior of the building… Read More
Due to the significant traffic problems and congestion related to the closure of I-395 northbound in Waterford, I-395 northbound at the Route 85 overpass will be closed. Motorist will detour utilizing the off and on ramps across Route 85 to bypass the overpass which will be… Read More
Norwich Free Academy got things moving in the first inning. Sophia DiCocco singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run. In the top of the second inning, Griswold tied things up at one. An error scored one run for The Wolverines. Norwich Free… Read More
Officer Karasuk of the Norwich Police Department is attempting to identify the male in the two photographs. On Saturday May 18, 2019 the male suspect entered PK Liquor on North Main St and left the store with a bottle of alcohol without paying.… Read More
On Sunday, May 26, 2019 at 1:00 PM, the annual Memorial Day Parade will take place in Ledyard Center. This event will cause a temporary closure of Route 117 between Ledyard Center School and Bill Library at the start of the parade, and… Read More
Memorial Day weekend is the traditional start to summer and your Connecticut State Troopers are preparing for increased traffic for the upcoming three-day weekend, as well as for summer 2019 celebrations and vacations. State Troopers ask all drivers to utilize courteous, lawful… Read More
On May 23, 2019, at approximately 9:15 a.m., an Officer with the Plainfield Police Department observed 42 year old Lance Payne drive through a construction zone located on Norwich Road. Payne had a valid and active hard-copy warrant for 3rd degree Criminal Mischief… Read More
According to Superintendent of Griswold Public Schools, Sean McKenna, stated that he will announce the Griswold Teacher of the Year on Friday, May 24th at approximately 10 AM. SNSN will carry that announcement.
Griswold defeated Waterford on Wednesday to advance to the ECC Finals, 3-0. Julia Janca scattered just 3 hits and struck out 6 in the victory. Janca was assisted with some great defense.
Luis “Louie” Munoz of 12 1/2 Terrace Ave in Taftville, Ct was arrested after members of the Detective and Patrol Division executed a search and seizure warrant on his apartment. As a result over $3,000 in cash was seized along with 400 bags… Read More
Full story to come later… Bailey Comeau strikes out 18 Stonington batters in the 4-2 win
Griswold Town Hall will be closing Monday, May 27 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday and will re-open on May 28th
Griswold snagged a late lead and defeated Fitch 5-4 on Tuesday. The game was tied at two with Fitch batting in the top of the sixth when Fiona Taber singled on a 1-2 count, scoring two runs. Fitch got things started in the… Read More
Only a total of 801 votes were cast in today’s Plainfield budget referendum which represents approximately 10% of the registered voting base in Plainfield. Both the General Government budget (2% increase) and the Education budget (1.56% increase) failed on Monday, but not by… Read More
Lisbon First Selectman Tom Sparkman took to Facebook on Monday evening thanking everyone that worked on the referendum, with both the General Government and the Education budget passing. It was not even close on either side as the Government budget passed 156-17 and… Read More
It’s been a long time coming but SNSN RADIO is going to utilize it’s web site as the primary delivery vehicle in lieu of posting on Facebook. Here’s why… With Facebook’s algorithms “Pages” and “Groups” are less likely to “reach” your news… Read More
State Police have issued a Silver Alert for a missing Pomfret woman. 18 year old Samantha Cudworth is a white female with with blue eyes and her hair is currently dyed blue. She’s 5’2″ in height and weighs approximately 140 LBS. She was… Read More
On May 17, 2019, Trooper First Class Walter Greene Jr and Trooper First Class Kevin Miller was recognized at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum located in Titusville, FL. This museum is the nation’s first law enforcement museum and memorial dedicated… Read More
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont and Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz today issued the following open letter to business owners in Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri: May 20, 2019 Dear Alabama, Georgia and Missouri Women-Owned Businesses, Your state legislature’s recent decision to severely curb women’s… Read More
WETHERSFIELD, May 20, 2018 – The Connecticut Department of Labor’s career fair series continues its spring schedule with the Middlesex County Career Fair to be held 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 18 at Cromwell’s Red Lion Hotel, 100 Berlin Road. The event… Read More
Jim Barnie of the Griswold Economic Development Committee shared a document that he believes shows the need for the infrastructure bond to be approved on Tuesday, 5/21/19. This is one of the 3 bonding projects up for vote during the referendum.
Bet you didn’t know this little History Tid Bit about our area!