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The week in CT news: First big snowfall, Jan. 6 protester wants to be Derby mayor

February 28, 2023 - snowstorm
Mark Mirko
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Connecticut Public
UConn freshman Thomas Maxwell photographs his fellow classmates after they built two snowmen on the edge of the school’s Mirror Lake. “We were throwing snowballs at each other,” said Colin Slavin (second from right) when the group decided to build a snowman. They built a second, they said, because they didn’t want the first to be lonely. Classes were canceled February 28, 2023, as 4-8 inches of snow fell across Connecticut Monday night into Tuesday morning in the first major snowfall of the season.

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