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Benedict Arnold biographer gives talk in traitor’s hometown

By John Penney jpenney@norwichbulletin.com, (860) 857-6965 Posted Jan 14, 2018 at 7:08 PM Link for article: Here   NORWICH — Biography, said author Eric Lehman, is the art of forgiveness. And when it comes to tackling the subject of Benedict Arnold, the notorious son of Norwich whose…

The Bulletin: NPU, Norwich Historical Society team up to restore Schoolhouse

By Ryan Blessing, rblessing@norwichbulletin.com, (860) 425-4205 At a glance : The Historical Society received $38,951 to perform stabilization work at the 1789 East District Schoolhouse. Work should be completed by October. The society plans to eventually use the space as…

Brendan Cox: Norwich walks help make history a draw

Years ago, when The Bulletin had a staff of lowly copy editors and I was one of them, my car died a swift, lemony death and I took to walking from my apartment on the far end of Greeneville to…

Norwich opens walking trails to tout city’s history

NORWICH — A visit by Benedict Arnold and performances by the Unity of Nations Mohegan Tribe Drummers on Wednesday helped the Norwich Historical Society launch two walking trails that will highlight the city’s historic past. The society celebrated the opening…

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