HAN News, March 10
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John Kovach joins Kate for a look at the HAN Network front pages this week.
Below are some of the stories we are following on Thursday, March 10:
Platt Technical High School in Milford was evacuated this morning at about 9:30 a.m. because of a threat.
In Fairfield this morning, a 9 year boy who reportedly left a note saying he wasn’t coming back has been found safely at his Mona Terrace home after more than an hour of frantic searching.
A car stolen out of Milford Tuesday was reportedly recovered in New Haven.
Easton Police Commissioner Raymond Martin has pleaded not guilty to one count of use of a telephone to facilitate the commission of a drug trafficking felony.
Connecticut continues to be one of the most expensive states to live in the United States.
Workers at Kohl’s department store on Danbury Road in Ridgefield are waiting to hear word from corporate headquarters in Menomonee Falls, Wis., on whether the Ridgefield store is one of 18 that will close as the company responds to disappointing sales.
A house built before the American Revolution could soon face the wrecking ball in New Canaan.
With the help of the Wilton Interfaith Action Committee (Wi-ACT), School Sisters of Notre Dame’s Wilton chapter and volunteers, a Syrian refugee family of six will move into their temporary Wilton home today, March 10.
Former actor Lillo Brancato, most known for his role in A Bronx Tale, will share his cautionary story on how drugs and alcohol can destroy one’s life at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Wednesday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m.