Melissa in the Morning: Nursing Student Scramble

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Melissa in the Morning: Nursing Student Scramble

Following the abrupt closure of Stone Academy, we spoke with the executive director of the CT Office of Higher Education. Tim Larson shared what led to the closures and what the state is doing right now to help the 800 students wondering what’s next. ((00:00))

Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim is speaking out about a storage facility proposal to take over what used to be a popular supermarket in the city. He also answered some listener questions. ((14:56))

Beware of bogus blue badge applications! The BBB sent out a warning following news of Facebook creating a monthly subscription for people wanting the blue checkmark on their profile. But it’s not offered yet in the US. Kristen Johnson shares how scammers are already trying to profit off of this change. ((29:50))

Workout Wednesday:  in honor of Heart Health Month, Amy Llinas shares what foods and supplements are game changers for your heart. ((38:03))

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