STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Stamford this week:
- Stamford police are looking for the person who robbed First County Bank on High Ridge Road.
- An estimated 25 million gallons of partially treated sewage spilled into the waters of the East Branch of Stamford Harbor after 4 inches of rain hammered the city in a powerful rainstorm.
- The median price of homes rose 19 percent in Stamford in the first quarter of 2014.
- Singer/songwriter Paul Simon, 72, and his wife Edie Brickell, 48, were arrested in their New Canaan home after an apparent domestic dispute.
- Stamford group Backyard Humanitarian will help in the construction of a playground for the Where Angels Play Foundation to honor a Sandy Hook victim.
- New Metro-North schedules that will take effect on Sunday, May 11 will cut commute times into Grand Central Terminal on the Hudson, New Haven and Harlem lines.
- Stamford police are searching for two men wanted in connection with an armed robbery of a woman in her car.
- Stamford third-grader Jason Rosado has been named the state's Doodle 4 Google 2014 winner and won a trip to Google headquarters in California.
- A new study shows that just under half of all Connecticut residents want to pack up and leave the Nutmeg State -- the second highest amount of any state in the nation, according to a Gallup Poll.
- 1 Stamford Will See Widespread Snow Sunday Into Monday
- 2 Norwalk Cop Prevents Metro-North Train From Hitting Car On Tracks
- 3 Stamford Man Sentenced To 3 Years For Mortgage Fraud
- 4 March Comes In Like A Lion As Latest Snowstorm Hits Stamford
- 5 New Canaan Cop Dragged During Arrest Narrowly Escapes Serious Injury