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Below are some of the stories we are following on Monday, June 13:
One of the victims of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history grew up in Connecticut and had recently moved to Orlando, according to the Associated Press.
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental protection said this morning that one person was pronounced dead in Long Island and two others taken to the hospital after they were found on a beach in the Suffolk County Long Island town of Southold, N.Y.
In the Bridgeport area, The U.S. Coast Guard and area fire departments are searching for a man who fell into Long Island Sound Sunday afternoon when the inflatable raft he was on tipped over.
Greenwich Police Marine officers rescued five boaters on a vessel taking on water off Rye Playland on Sunday.
A New Canaan mother was arrested for driving drunk to pick up her daughter last Thursday.
Bridgeport Police fired gunshots during a pursuit that ensued after a vehicle was reported stolen Saturday afternoon, according to the CT Post.
Bethel Police are asking the public to help them identify a man they say stole a truck filled with construction equipment earlier this month.
Dr. Gary Cialfi, Superintendent of Schools in Trumbull, announced Friday that Peter Sullivan has been appointed to the position of Madison Middle School principal.
Milford Bank held its Milford Moves 5K Sunday, June 12 in Milford.
From June 16 to July 3, Shakespeare on the Sound performs its much-awaited production of Hamlet at Pinkney Historic Park on the banks of the Five Mile River in Rowayton. It will be the company’s twenty first season.
In Ridgefield, The Max Michael Rosenfield Foundation has announced the completion of Max’s Patio — a 30-foot round granite patio donated to Ballard Park by the foundation as an extension of the newly redesigned playground. The patio, constructed by New Beginnings Landscaping, was created in remembrance of Max Michael Rosenfield, a Ridgefield boy who died unexpectedly in 2012.