HAN News, March 3

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Mike Suppe joins us at the sports desk. Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history.

We take a look at this week's front pages of our community newspapers.

Below are some of the stories we are following on Thursday, March 3:

Shelton Police are trying to find a man they say may have witnessed the crash early Sunday that took the life of a Shelton High School teenager.

The Trumbull Police Department’s Detective Bureau is investigating the death of a 37-year-old Bridgeport woman, who was found unconscious and unresponsive in a car that was parked at the Westfield Trumbull Mall after 11 p.m. Feb. 26.

A recent drug overdose in Weston has resulted in federal oxycodone distribution charges against two Hamden residents.

A Connecticut State Police dispatcher has been arrested on charges of risk of injury and enticing a minor.

In Stratford, items and pieces of history that tell a story of America’s sometimes difficult racial history are on display.

As we mentioned earlier this week, The Cobb’s Mill Inn in Weston has closed — temporarily at least and the future of the restaurant remains uncertain, according to the Weston Forum.

A short, nautical fence will go up along a stretch of beach in the Woodmont section of Milford, unless a resident is successful in overturning a ruling by Milford’s zoning enforcement officer.

For the first time in Connecticut Beardsley Zoo history, a Giant anteater has been born at the Zoo. The parents of dad EO and mom PANA, the baby Arrived on Feb. 13 and weighing 2.4 pounds at birth, the baby is now just over 14 inches.