Here are the news stories trending across Connecticut on Wednesday night:
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.
A meeting of the Board of Education was adjourned after just three minutes due to non-compliance with a mask policy.>>>Read More.
A resident pleaded guilty, according to prosecutors.>>>Read More.
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.
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.
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.
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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