HAN News, April 5
Coffee Break, HAN’s daily news update, airs weekday mornings at 11 a.m. at live.HAN.Network. Or watch it on-demand later (see video below).
We have a special guest from Griffin Hospital on to discuss Occupational Therapy Month. Rob Adams has a high school sports update and Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history.
Below are the stories we are following on Tuesday, April 5:
A Westport mother of two young children — 1 and 5 years old — was arrested after her children wandered away and were found at local businesses.
Darien Police are searching for a suspect accused of using counterfeit bills at three Tokeneke Road shops on April 1.
A Bridgeport man had been charged with threatening a local family following a road rage incident in Trumbull, according to the CT Post.
Eversource Energy’s project of trimming and removing trees along 66 miles of New Canaan roads is on hold.
A set of inexpensive marketing campaigns put together by the Georgetown Volunteer Fire Department suddenly have the potential to go viral, with one Facebook video garnering 1,000 views-a-minute yesterday afternoon.
A milestone in the way victims of domestic and sexual violence receive services in the Greater Bridgeport area occurred on Monday, April 4, with the official opening of Connecticut’s first Family Justice Center.
In a letter shared by Darien Selectman Rob Richards at Monday night’s Board of Selectmen meeting, eight nearby households signed off on permanent lights at Darien High School with a series of guidelines and restrictions.
The state Department of Transportation has started repairs on a pair of bridges in Stratford.
When the Wilton Woman’s Club was founded 50 years ago, one of its first acts was working to help clean up the Norwalk River.