The week in CT news: First big snowfall, Jan. 6 protester wants to be Derby mayor
Frankie & Johnny is a weekly recap of news you need to know from around Connecticut. Each Friday, Connecticut Public's Frankie Graziano and John Henry Smith take you through the headlines and get you up-to-date on the stories you may have missed — in less than five minutes. This week Frankie & Johnny explain:
- Connecticut experienced its first big winter storm at the end of February, which led to the closure of state buildings and local schools.
- While the snow fell, special elections to determine three seats in the Connecticut House were held in Hartford, Middletown and Stamford.
- An elected official in Derby who's admitted he entered the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 now wants to be mayor of the town.
Frankie & Johnny premieres Fridays at 4:44 p.m. during All Things Considered on Connecticut Public Radio.