STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some stories that topped the news in Stamford this week:
- A 20-year-old suspected drug dealer was arrested with nearly a half-pound of cocaine during a raid in Stamford’s Cove neighborhood, police said.
- A Stamford resident tested positive for the West Nile virus – the second human case in the state this summer.
- A Stamford teen stopped for driving while on his cellphone is now facing drug and weapon charges after officers found contraband in his vehicle, police said.
- The Greenwich Police Department is conducting an investigation into possible criminal activity tied to the suicide of a 15-year-old Greenwich High sophomore on the first day of classes.
- The Doggy Daze Day Care offers canines room to roam in a worry-free environment for pet owners.
- Stamford’s Gigi Fernandez, who won five doubles titles at the U.S. Open and 17 major doubles titles, is enjoying her role as director of tennis at Chelsea Piers Connecticut.