HAN News Update, Oct. 20
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Kate Czaplinski is joined by Rob Adams with weather and high school sports. Donald Eng also takes a look back on this day in history.
In the news Tuesday, for third time since July 14, the Trumbull Police Department and Trumbull EMS helped revive a victim from an apparent heroin overdose using the opioid antagonist Narcan.
Complaints of stolen political lawn signs are being investigated by Stratford Police.
Stamford Police are still trying to find the man who raped a jogger at Cove Island Park Friday morning are asking anyone who may have seen something to come forward.
Some concerned Shelton residents feel the Nike recreation site on Mohegan road is turning from a place where people come to stay active into an eyesore in the community.
AT&T is looking to fill nearly 100 jobs in New England, including retail sales and manager positions in Connecticut.
Bridgeport Rescue Mission is preparing for their Great ThanksGiving Project where they plan to distribute turkeys, fixings bags and coats to 3,000 low-income and working-poor families in coastal Fairfield County.
Stratford officials will host a pair of public information forums on the proposed sale of the Stratford Water Pollution Control Authority.
New Canaan’s Walter Stewart’s Market is putting the final touches on plans to renovate its existing supermarket, while creating a new home for Stewart’s Wine and Spirits, in the adjacent property at 215 Elm Street.
A first-grade teacher in New Britain saved a child’s life earlier this month and the school district honored her as a hero on Monday night.
Wilton Historical Society is offering a new twist on historic crafts and recycling by offering a program on converting T-shirts into a rag rug by using a hula hoop.
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