Newtown quietly marks 3rd anniversary of shooting

Flags were flying at half-staff Monday across Connecticut in honor of the 26 people killed three years ago in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.

Dozens were killed in the Newtown school shooting.

Dozens were killed in the Newtown school shooting. (Credit: News 12)

(AP) - Flags were flying at half-staff Monday across Connecticut in honor of the 26 people killed three years ago in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.

The town did not have any memorial events planned, although houses of worship held remembrance events and local groups offered counseling and support services for residents who might want to use them.

It was on the morning of...

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