Marijuana Found In 3-Year-Old’s Lunch Box: Police: CT News – Patch.com

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.

A man is facing charges after marijuana was found in a 3-year-old’s lunch box, according to a report.>>>Read More.


The winning Powerball ticket was also sold in town, according to the Connecticut Lottery.>>>Read More.


After suffering from epilepsy as a child, rising high school senior Rachael Roizer hopes to help others like her.>>>Read More.


Vaccinations of CT residents 12-15 years of age crept up by two percentage points in the past week, and that tier showed the largest gains.>>>Read More.


Gov. Ned Lamont said that “delta has thrown us a curveball” but that the COVID-19 infection rate remains at a manageable level statewide.>>>Read More.


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