Beloved Veterinarian Dies Of COVID-19; New Anchor Joins Station

There has been a lot of news across Connecticut over the past week. If you missed any of this in your local patch, here is a recap of some of the top stories.

Police say he killed his girlfriend, locked her body in a room and then in a trunk, went to the Home Depot, and then buried her. >>> Read more.

Local officials in that Connecticut city condemned the comments and announced that an investigation would open after the posts were shared on social media. The boss and his wife published a letter to the community. >>> Read more.

Authorities said a CT man’s actions were “violent, barbaric and completely out of control” when an officer was attacked who was “screaming in pain” on video during the incident. >>> Read more.

Colleagues went to Facebook to announce that the longtime veterinarian, “the best mentor, doctor and friend” had died. >>> Read more.

The 45th president pardoned 140 people in his final term, including a Connecticut man. >>> Read more.

One man was fined for violating state rules that limit the size of social gatherings. >>> Read more.

According to Realtor.com, the famous family put a historic property up for sale for $ 40 million. >>> Read more.

The television state announced the hiring of a new newscaster. >>> Read more.

The well-known radio station announced a key rental. >>> Read more.

More than 300 teachers were vaccinated in a clinic this week, but the state government mandate requires older people to be shot for the first time. >>> Read more.

She plans to put profits on her wedding. >>> Read more.

This weekend there is a girl’s bone marrow ride to help a girl with leukemia. >>> Read more.

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