Coronavirus-fueled fights erupt in schools: CT News

There was a lot of news across Connecticut on Monday. If you missed one on your local Patch, here’s a rundown of some of the most read stories.

Amid the application drops; misconduct has become widespread in schools. >>> Read more.

The Liquor Control Commission of the state’s Department of Consumer Protection has temporarily suspended the liquor licenses of two stores in the city. >>> Read more.

And 18% of the city’s cops, firefighters and essential workers were out on Monday. The goal is to “keep the essential workforce at work”, by city. >>> Find out more.

How did a giant California-based commercial lender inject more than $ 110 million into this CT city this year? >>> Read more.

She took a leave of absence in 2020 and recently returned to the airwaves. >>> Read more.

The wreckage occurred Monday morning. >>> Read more.

COVID-19 hospitalizations increased by more than 300 beds during the long holiday weekend. >>> Read more.

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