Bomber Crash Ruling; Hotel To Furlough Employees: CT News

Vincent Salzo

This article originally appeared on the Across Connecticut Patch

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.

WWII Bomber Crash: FAA Grounds Collings' Living History Flights

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.

CT Trooper Arrested On Assault Charges

A state police officer has been arrested on assault charges.>>>Read More.

Coronavirus: More Limits On Social Gatherings Ordered In CT

Connecticut is now reporting 1,012 cases of the new coronavirus and 21 people have died as a result of the virus.>>>Read More.

Hotel To Furlough Employees

The employees affected included bartenders, banquet servers, salespeople, and others.>>>Read More.

High School Seniors Post 'Thank You' Video

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.

Fire Department Battles Blaze At Home

First responders found smoke showing and an advancing fire in the rear of the home.>>>Read More.

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