STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Stamford this week:
- Leonardo G. Garcia, 40, from New Rochelle, N.Y., crashed a rare Ferrari Enzo worth $600,000 on I-95 at Exit 7 in Stamford.
- Santos Gonzalez, 25, of Stamford was arrested on charges of attempted sexual assault in an attack on a woman on a porch.
- The Stamford area was ranked No. 4 in a list of U.S. cities with the highest concentrations of millionaires from Kiplinger's.
- Former "Good Morning America" co-host and Greenwich resident Joan Lunden announced she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
- No one was hurt but a home at 46 Leeds St. sustained damage in an early morning fire in Stamford.
- Stamford Mayor David Martin has appointed a seven-member Animal Control Center Task Force after the center's manager was fired for adopting out dogs with histories of aggressive behaviors.
- Carolina Sepulveda, 29, of Norwalk, was arrested by Stamford police on charges of stealing from her employer. She said she was driven to defraud Bed Bath & Beyond because her family had been badly affected by a landslide in Venezuela.
Downtown Stamford continues to be a hot place to dine. A group of brothers have opened two new restaurants -- Azuca and the adjacent Gastro Bar -- at 78 W. Park Place.
- 1 July 4 Terror Warning Issued By FBI, Homeland Security
- 2 Man Arrested After Driving Drunk, Crash, Police Pursuit, Stamford Cops Say
- 3 Second Escapee David Sweat Shot By New York State Police, Now In Hospital
- 4 Teens Charged With Using Stun Gun At Stamford High Summer School
- 5 July 4 Terror Threat 'Nothing Routine,' Says Former CIA Deputy Director