Julian Curtis School in Greenwich and Greens Farms Elementary School in Westport reopen after broken pipes

GREENWICH - Two local schools reopened today after being closed due to problems with pipes.

School officials say Julian Curtis School in Greenwich was shut down Monday and Tuesday because of a faulty radiator coil in a fifth-grade classroom.

In Westport, Greens Farms Elementary School also reopened today.

Officials say a pipe broke at the school Monday, causing some damage to the art room and nearby hallways.

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