Greenwich remembers Bart Palosz, student who took his own life

Members of the Greenwich community are remembering a local teenager who took his own life on the first day of the new school year. A

A vigil was held last night at Greenwich High School to remember Bart Palosz.

A vigil was held last night at Greenwich High School to remember Bart Palosz. (9/11/13)

GREENWICH - Members of the Greenwich community are remembering a local teenager who took his own life on the first day of the new school year.

A vigil was held last night at Greenwich High School to remember Bart Palosz.

His family says bullying pushed him to commit suicide.

Participants lit candles, brought flowers and held Polish and American flags in honor of his heritage.

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