HAN News, March 21

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Rob Adams joins us with a Nutmeg Sports Update. Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history.

John Kovach joins Kate for a preview of the front pages of the newspapers this week.

Below are some of the stories we are following on Sunday, March 21:

Light snow fell over the first night of spring, causing a handful of closings and delays Monday, March 21.

A Bridgeport police officer sustained minor injuries after crashing his cruiser during a pursuit Saturday night.

Trusting your neighbors isn’t always easy. Just ask the homeowners at 310 Edison Road in Trumbull, who had three men — one of whom was their neighbor — break into their residence around  2:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 15.

According to Hearst CT Media, Sandy Hook families are angry about comments made by Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.

A man is accused of attacking a mailman in Waterbury, according to police.

Milford Mayor Ben Blake brought the affordable housing fight to Hartford recently, calling for relief from the “unintended and unfortunate consequences” of Connecticut General Statutes Sec. 8-30g.

In Wilton, A gold- and silver-colored ring with an inscription, found on the athletic track at Wilton High School, was turned over to Wilton police on March 12.

The DMV will soon notify about 4,000 boat owners in the state that inconsistencies in some vessels’ make and model numbers created a delay in transferring them to a new registration system.

The Ridgefield Garden Club wants to identify a 1941 Ridgefield garden that’s in the Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Gardens.