Business Owner Arrested After Not Refunding Customer: PD: CT News

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Here are the news stories trending across Connecticut on Wednesday night:

CT Business Owner Who Didn't Refund Customer Arrested: Cops

A patron of a local company asked for their money back after their pool never came. The owner didn't send a refund, police said.>>>Read More.

Influx Of Unmasked Visitors Halts School Board Meeting

A meeting of the Board of Education was adjourned after just three minutes due to non-compliance with a mask policy.>>>Read More.

Connecticut Man Pleads Guilty To COVID-19 PPP Loan Fraud: Prosecutor

A resident pleaded guilty, according to prosecutors.>>>Read More.

Biden Nominates New CT U.S. Attorney

If confirmed by the US Senate, New Haven Public Schools, Yale and Georgetown grad Vanessa R. Avery would be the first Black woman to serve.>>>Read More.

5 UConn Grad Students Win Global Contest

Justin Keish is one of the team of five graduate students that won the 2021 Bloomberg Global Trading Challenge, beating 500 teams globally.>>>Read More.

Connecticut's 2022 Kid Governor Is This Fifth-Grader

Makhi Ettienne-Modeste, a student at John F. Kennedy School, has been inaugurated after he was elected on a platform to combat animal abuse.>>>Read More.

Tweed Airline Avelo Partners With UConn Athletics

Avelo Airlines said it will have "premium asset placement" at UConn games, including digital graphics, promotional contests, and signage.>>>Read More.

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