There was plenty of news across Connecticut during the month of July. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories.
A popular news anchor wrote about the personal impact from the coronavirus pandemic after watching her husband "close the doors on a dream" with the closing of his restaurant.>>>Read More.
The owners announced the venue was closing its doors after more than 20 years in business.>>>Read More.
A local teacher has written to Gov. Ned Lamont and said in part 'Mr. Lamont, please reconsider your push for 100 percent of students being back at school full-time. We will happily go back when it is safe to do so, but that time has not yet arrived, and likely won't arrive until a vaccine is available.>>>Read More.
She was a reporter for a local Connecticut news station, and most recently worked at CBS New York. She was 26.>>>Read More.
In a garage turned chapel, family of the missing mom, 27, whose body was found buried in a parking lot, prayed she's at peace.>>>Read More.
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