Alison Bosma, Cape Cod Times

Alison Bosma

Cape Cod Times

Norwich, CT, United States

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Past articles by Alison:

Why the Sagamore Bridge will close lanes Wednesday, and when it's scheduled to happen again

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will restrict Sagamore Bridge travel to one lane in each direction on Wednesday, and again from March to May. → Read More

A work barge sank in Hyannis Inner Harbor overnight, spilling fuel. What we know.

The work barge is owned by Hyannis-based Anchor and Buoy Marine, located at 133 Pleasant St. → Read More

'Use extreme caution.' Icy roads on Upper Cape lead to car crashes Wednesday morning

Police in Bourne, Sandwich and Barnstable said departments were responding to car crashes due to icy roads. Trash and recycling are also impacted. → Read More

Police: Norwich parents fought, then held down armed home invader until officers arrived

Norwich police are still looking for a second person the couple said broke into their Cliff Street home Nov. 28. Three children were inside. → Read More

Know before you vote in Eastern Conn.: From local ballot questions to candidate stances

Election Day in CT is Nov. 8. Who's on the ballot? Where do candidates stand on issues? What questions will only Norwich and Plainfield voters see? → Read More

Police: Woman found shot in the head at West Thames Street condominiums

A woman was last reported to be in "critical condition" at Backus Hospital, after police found her face down with a gunshot wound to the head. → Read More

Danielson woman killed in head-on collision

A Hyundai Accent coming from the opposite direction crossed the center line on Westcott Road, according to state police, striking Bonilyn Smith's car. → Read More

Fall foliage could be less colorful in 2022. Here's why, and the best time to see it in CT

Here's what the Almanac's long-range models forecast for autumn, from peak leaf color to the season's first snowfall. → Read More

Chainsaw carving, live music and a beef show? A guide to the 2022 Woodstock Fair.

The 161st Woodstock Fair kicks off Friday, Sept. 2 in South Woodstock, Connecticut, and runs through Labor Day Monday, Sept. 5. → Read More

Connecticut's primary election is in August. Voting could begin this week. What to know.

Connecticut's Democratic and Republican primary elections are Tuesday, Aug. 9, but local ballots could start hitting secure drop boxes this week. → Read More

Where can you watch Fourth of July fireworks in Connecticut?

Fireworks displays are organized across Connecticut deep into July this year. There are even shows planned into August and September. → Read More

Are you paying more for gas than you should? How to report price gouging in Connecticut

CT officials have activated special consumer protections through April 2 because of an "abnormal market disruption" in gasoline prices. → Read More

Winners announced in CT's first 'Name the snowplow' contest. Did you vote for Scoop Dogg?

Four names were selected from about 1,700 entries to represent the four Connecticut Department of Transportation maintenance districts. → Read More

High winds cause power outages across Connecticut. Polar front and snow squalls are next.

The National Weather Service had a high wind warning in effect until 10 a.m. Friday, and warned about bad driving conditions. → Read More

Here's how to use Connecticut's SMART Health Card to show vaccination status on your phone

SMART Health Cards are used in a handful of countries, as well as New York and California. Massachusetts and Rhode Island are considering the option. → Read More

Field of Flags set to return Oct. 13 to Milford's Draper Memorial Park

The downtown display, in which more than 100 American flags are set up, was on hiatus over the past year, due to the pandemic and park renovations. → Read More

Milford is installing signs, remote cameras and it plans to prosecute illegal dumping

Select Board members listed off a handful of places where people are illegally leaving large items, such as televisions and washing machines. → Read More

'Do the right thing.' COVID-19 spike could revive mask mandates in Milford

Two of Milford's selectmen said this week they would recommend mask mandates again, should Milford's COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise. → Read More

Seniors and children have been divided more than ever. A Hopedale idea could change that.

Disparities in vaccine availability and virus susceptibility mean young children and older adults have been divided. Grandfriends could change that. → Read More

Hopedale residents sign petition in opposition to housing developments

Thirty Hopedale residents signed a petition this month requesting the town put a stop to a pair of housing developments bordering conservation land. → Read More