A trip to Stonington playground offers a break from school
Stonington — Brothers Emmett Boyle, front, 11, and Elliott, 8, of Stonington were trying to see who can go higher on the swings Thursday at the borough playground.
Their mom, Bergin O'Malley, said the boys are in full distance learning and often come to the playground as a break from the school day.
Editor's Note: This version corrects the spelling of Elliott Boyle's first name in one of the captions.
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