Home Demolished After Tragic Fire + Sikorsky Loses Contract: CT News

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There was plenty of news across Connecticut on Tuesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of some of the most-read stories.

The home where a fire killed 7-year-old Summer Fawcett has been demolished, according to a building official.>>>Read More.

About 44,000 low-level marijuana possession convictions will be erased Jan. 1. Others will require a court petition to get records cleared.>>>Read More.

A black bear appears to have a centrally located piece of prime real estate.>>>Read More.

The police department has set up an email account for the public to utilize if they see a reckless driver or speeder in town.>>>Read More.

Stratford-based Sikorsky has lost out on the U.S. Army’s contract to build the replacement aircraft for its Black Hawk helicopters, according to officials.>>>Read More.

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