Pedestrian hit in TV station parking lot + CT budget, tax cut pass
There was a lot of news across Connecticut on Wednesday. If you missed one on your local patch, here’s a roundup of some of the most read stories.
The man was hit while crossing the parking lot of the television station.>>>Read more.
The state legislature passed a budget adjustment, which includes about $600 million in tax cuts. Here’s what you need to know. >>> Read more.
“There are too many drugs and too many alcoholics. People are always arguing.”>>>Read more.
State lawmakers haven’t gotten a raise since 2001. Several lawmakers have left in recent years, citing low pay. >>> Read more.
He pleaded guilty to the 2014 murder and was convicted.>>>Read more.
A local man is charged with animal cruelty for allegedly stabbing a dog.>>>Read More.
The Calhoun Legacy Fund will be used for scholarships, academic support, facility improvements and more, the school said. >>> Read more.
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