There was plenty of news across Connecticut on Thursday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories.
The 'living history' B-17 bomber crash in CT killed seven aboard in 2019. The FAA says the plane's owner 'lacked commitment to safety.'>>>Read More.
A state police officer has been arrested on assault charges.>>>Read More.
Connecticut is now reporting 1,012 cases of the new coronavirus and 21 people have died as a result of the virus.>>>Read More.
The employees affected included bartenders, banquet servers, salespeople, and others.>>>Read More.
Watch members of the High School's Class of 2020 show their Blue Wave pride and let the faculty know that they're grateful.>>>Read More.
First responders found smoke showing and an advancing fire in the rear of the home.>>>Read More.
Other top stories:
- Free Online Fitness Classes
- Man Choked Pregnant Girlfriend: Report
- Gov. Ned Lamont Seeks Presidential Major Disaster Declaration: Here’s What That Means
- Policy Reversal Enables Golf Courses to Re-Open In Connecticut
- AAA: Your Car Still Needs A 'Workout'
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