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Below are some of the stories we are following on Thursday, Feb. 25:
Many towns were left cleaning up the damage, following a serious wind storm overnight.
Murder suspect Kyle Navin appeared in court on Wednesday and was granted a continuance.
A Danbury man is accused of stealing the identity of an elderly Weston man and making fraudulent charges on his bank account of more than $53,000.
Classes in Stratford High School are back in session Thursday after Department of Public Works crews spent much of Wednesday working to restore power to the building.
A group of Democrats and Republicans have forged a bipartisan group of lawmakers working to craft legislation that addresses the needs of firefighters who have contracted cancer related to their duties.
New Canaan High School Athletic Director Jay Egan told the Town Council Wednesday night that he now favors replacing the Dunning stadium artificial surface field with a cork infill material.
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