Here’s a roundup of some of the most-read stories from all over Connecticut on Monday. You can also find your local patch and catch up on these stories here.
Two Connecticut television news stations recently announced new additions to their teams.>>>Learn more.
The former popular restaurant that closed during the early days of the pandemic could reopen by winter with a unique new twist. >>>Read more.
Crews extinguished a large fire that destroyed a detached garage over the weekend.>>>Read more.
A security check turned into a trailer accident, state police said. >>> Read more.
WWE said it would revise its previously released financial statements from 2019 to record unrecorded expenses. >>> Read more.
Police say the minor rode a dirt bike on the “wrong side of the road and wheeled through stop signs repeatedly”.>>>Read More.
The police officer presents a local student athlete with rare sneakers. >>> Read more.
Authorities say the accident happened on a trail. >>> Read more.
An Eagle Scout created a bench and memorial plaque to honor the sacrifices of police and police department employees. >>> Read more.
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