HAN News, March 15
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Below are some of the stories we are following on Tuesday, March 15:
A 15-year-old Darien teen is accused of punching a UPS delivery driver after yelling obscenities at him last week.
In Fairfield, Two hawk attacks on people in the Mill Plain area were reported to police last Friday, according to Hearst CT Media, reviving memories of similar incidents four years ago.
A Roman Catholic priest charged with stealing thousands of dollars from a Seymour parish told authorities he used the money for projects in Africa.
People concerned about the Stratford’’s plans to trap and kill beavers in Roosevelt Forest are asking town officials if anything can be done to change the trapping plans.
A Facebook protest of an upcoming speaking appearance at the Ridgefield Playhouse of a former actor who was once a co-defendant in a murder case will not stop the engagement.
The protest, initiated by former New York City Police Detective John McNicholas of Ridgefield, filled the Ridgefield Facebook page over the weekend.
The state Department of Transportation reports there will be closures in Norwalk on I-95 this week for bridge inspections.
In a classic case of supply and demand, Connecticut drivers are seeing a steady increase in the average price of gas at pump after enjoying relatively lower prices for more than a year.
In Trumbull, The Silverman Group sold Trefoil Park, a five-building corporate campus located at 35 Corporate Drive, for $26.7 million Monday.
After months of discussion, the resolutions needed to finance the Stratford High School renovation project have been approved.
The second annual Peace, Love and Music From Maren (PLM) will take place April 30 at Jonathan Law High School in Milford