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Below are some of the stories we are following on Thursday, Sept. 8:
Darien Police Marine Division and the Noroton Fire Boat helped at the scene of a boat crash on Sept. 3. According to police a group of four boaters hit a patch of rocks near Hay Island, leaving their boat stuck and completely out of the water.
A Fairfield man has been charged with forcing a teenaged driver into a tree in a road rage incident in Easton.
In Bridgeport, A male victim was shot in the back Wednesday night while riding a bicycle on Maple Street near the intersection with Kossuth Street, according to the CT Post.
The Milford Police Department is investigating a serious motorcycle accident that occurred on Labor Day, at 11:50 a.m. in the area of Woodruff Road and Burnt Plains Road as has left a young man in critical condition.
Police in Willimantic arrested a man they say burglarized a home, then fled from police, leading to an officer shooting at the vehicle.
As we discussed yesterday on CT Pulse, Weston First Selectman Nina Daniel is taking a medical leave of absence from her position as Weston’s first selectman.
A car stolen from a Lynn Court home was recovered in Stamford on Aug. 30. It had last been seen during the evening of Aug. 26 and was reported stolen the next day.
Meriden police say the director of the Meriden Humane Society has been arrested for allegedly forging the rabies vaccination certificate of an animal adopted by a member of the public.
Stratford residents sent nearly 90 comments to the federal Environmental Protection Agency to offer their thoughts on a proposed plan to clean up Raymark waste all over town.
Los Cabos, a Mexican restaurant in downtown Milford, is doing well enough the owners are relocating to larger quarters just up River Street.
It’s not just stranded motorists who receive roadside assistance.