Dispatcher Dies In Crash; School Reopening Plan Criticized

Vincent Salzo

There was plenty of news across Connecticut on Friday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories.

Emergency Services Dispatcher Dies In Car Crash

An emergency services dispatcher died in a one-car crash.>>>Read More.

Teens Tried To Rob Woman At Gunpoint: Police

Police said two 13-year-old boys tried to rob a woman at gunpoint while she was putting items into her vehicle at a shopping plaza.>>>Read More.

CT School Reopening Plan Draws Criticism From Teachers

Connecticut's largest teacher unions said the plan didn't instill confidence. U.S. Rep Jahana Hayes also said it needed more work.>>>Read More.

Man Launches New Fly-Fishing Business Amid Coronavirus

After suffering personal & financial losses during the coronavirus pandemic, Paul McConnell turned to his passion to help weather the storm.>>>Read More.

Car Dealer Sentenced In Fraud Scheme: Feds

The owner of a used car dealership was accused of operating an auto loan fraud scheme while on supervised release for a previous conviction.>>>Read More.

High Bacteria Levels At 2 CT Beaches

The health district has issued warnings about bacteria levels at two beaches.>>>Read More.

Distressed Ducks Rescued By Cop, Construction Crew

A cop and a crew came to the aid of some distressed ducklings.>>>Read More.

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