There was plenty of news across Connecticut on Friday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of some of the top stories.
The dentist is accused of fraudulently billing Medicaid by more than $200,000 for services he didn’t perform, according to officials.>>>Read More.
The teenager, who grew up playing youth football in Connecticut, moved to Georgia several months ago, according to reports.>>>Read More.
The suspect told police the man used a racial slur after a confrontation in the drive-thru lane at Wendy’s, according to officials.>>>Read More.
Police said an 80-year-old woman was found dead in the parking area of a condominium complex after she was struck by her own vehicle.>>>Read More.
The victim suffered significant injuries in a stabbing at a medical center last week, according to police.>>>Read More.
The new coach is a former standout basketball player from the University of Connecticut.>>>Read More.
The state is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information regarding a 2011 double homicide.>>>Read More.
The superintendent provided an update regarding masks and other coronavirus-related topics ahead of the start of school.>>>Read More.
Grassroots group UnmaskOurKidsCT.com held a rally earlier in a Connecticut town this week.>>>Read More.
A vehicle containing the body of a man was located in a wooded area on Thursday, according to state police.>>>Read More.
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