STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Stamford last week:
- The principal and assistant principal at Stamford High School were arrested on charges of not telling authorities about allegations of a sexual relationship between a teacher, Danielle Watkins, and a teenage student.
- A 71-year-old Stamford man has been charged with negligent homicide in connection with the death of a motorcyclist in a June 27 collision on Harvard Avenue, police said. He is accused of cutting off the motorcyclist with his pickup truck.
- Richard Scully, 61, of Greenwich, was arrested on charges of striking a police officer with his motor vehicle and then being involved in a police chase.
- Connecticut is home to nine billionaires on the 2014 Forbes 400 list , and seven of those rich men reside in Greenwich.
- Arthur Battle, 34, was charged with driving under the influence and carrying a firearm while under the influence after police found a loaded handgun in his glove compartment while he was passed out in his car, police said.
- A 16-person commission of educators assembled by Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy after the Sandy Hook tragedy is calling for more government oversight on home schooling.
- Metro-North presented a $32 billion spending plan to the MTA Board that included continuing plans to move New Haven Line trains from Grand Central Terminal to Penn Station.
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