There was plenty of news across Connecticut this past week. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of some of the top stories.
Police shared new details concerning the murder investigation of Jennifer Farber Dulos.>>>Read More.
Connecticut will advance to its third reopening phase, but some businesses won’t return.>>>Read More.
Gov. Ned Lamont announced the formation of an advisory group to come up with a coronavirus vaccine distribution plan.>>>Read More.
The superintendent announced a student died “suddenly and unexpectedly” on Monday night.>>>Read More.
He was a long-time contributor to the historic CBS news program, 60 Minutes.>>>Read More.
Lamont discussed Halloween and what to except for trick-or-treating during a pandemic>>>Read More.
Emmy Winner John Oliver said he was “close … real close” to realizing his “dream.”.>>>Read More.
She is among 13 women who will be featured on a pylon honoring African American women who have made an impact in baseball.>>>Read More.
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