Accident damages stone wall surrounding historic cemetery: CT News
There was a lot of news across Connecticut on Tuesday. If you missed one on your local patch, here’s a roundup of some of the most read stories.
Police have confirmed that a vehicle struck and damaged a stone wall surrounding a historic cemetery dating back to the 1700s.>>>Read more.
Police said third-degree assault and intimidation based on bigotry or bias were among the felony charges against a student.>>>Read More.
An industrial plant worker suffered ‘non-life threatening’ injuries in a crash, officials said.>>>Read More.
The Boy Scouts board has rejected a nonprofit group’s offer to preserve its 252-acre property in Deer Lake. >>>Read more.
The Unemployment Insurance worker reported the man caused $10,000 in damage to the transformer, police said >>>Read More.
During the pandemic, the boy wondered if the pets at the animal shelter had enough food, and so began his effort that has now spanned two years. >>>Read More.
A car accident at a gas station over the weekend caused a fire. >>> Read more.
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