School Closing; Official Called On To Resign Over Comments

Vincent Salzo

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

Warrant Outlines New Details That Led To Arrest Of Peter Manfredonia, UConn Student, Accused of Homicide and Home Invasion

State police have released a 14-page affidavit supporting Peter Manfredonia's arrest for the murder of a man and a home invasion.>>>Read More.

School To Close, Cited Coronavirus Pandemic

The school cited the “insurmountable circumstances” of the coronavirus pandemic.>>>Read More.

Microsoft To Close Store In Connecticut

Since the Microsoft Store locations closed in late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the company's retail employees have been redeployed.>>>Read More.

Calls For Official To Resign After Comments Deemed Racist

A town official recently made comments on Facebook that many have called racist. She disagrees.>>>Read More.

Dramatic Rescue: Person Trapped In 30-Foot Well

Last week it was the rescue of a man being pulled into an underwater pipe. Sunday, a person fell into a well and was saved by firefighters.>>>Read More.

Popular Deli Surprisingly To Reopen

In a surprise, the owners announced that the popular deli is reopening a little more than a month after saying it was closing for good.>>>Read More.

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