Heartbroken community mourns death of teenager: CT News

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“The pain of this tragedy is compounded by the fact that the student's mother is a popular teacher in our district,” a senior school official said. “The loss of a child is every family’s worst nightmare, and this student’s parents, siblings, and extended family and friends are grieving.”>>>Read more.

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The man was told to leave the restaurant but did not do so, police said. The police arrived and the defendant attacked three police officers with punches, bites and a leg kick, police said.>>>Read more.

The mall's owner reportedly said he is “looking at a number of different options.” >>>Read more.

Police say a teenager has been charged with manslaughter in connection with a crash that killed another teenager last year.>>>Learn more.

After a four-year journey, an Italian-American immigrant family landed in Wooster Square Park, pointing to both the past and the future.>>>Read more.

“Conny the Whale,” the iconic symbol of a local children's museum, may have been taken down in 2022, but her tail will be raised again this month.>>>Read more.

Legal fireworks discarded in a plastic trash can are blamed for a fire that severely damaged a nearby home.>>>Learn more.

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