Fundraising Drive To Help Dog Treated In Stamford Tops News This Week

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Bruno, a Yorkshire terrier mix, is being treated in Stamford for severe injuries after he was hit by car in Redding.
Bruno, a Yorkshire terrier mix, is being treated in Stamford for severe injuries after he was hit by car in Redding. Photo Credit: GoFundMe.com

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Stamford this week:

  • An Internet fundraising drive is looking to help pay the veterinary bills for Bruno, a Yorkshire terrier mix who was hit by a car in Redding. Cornell University Veterinary Specialists in Stamford performed four surgeries on Bruno at a 50 percent reduction. To help pay Bruno's bill, check out his page on GoFundMe.com. 
  • New Canaan Police charged a 14-year-old Stamford girl after she hit another vehicle with her grandfather's car and drove away.
  • A 72-year-old substitute teacher arrested on charges of masturbating in hallway at Stamford's Westhill High School pleaded not guilty Thursday at Stamford Superior Court.
  • The Stamford Police Department continues its effort to reduce violent crime within the city by hosting its sixth Gun Buyback program.
  • Stamford Police are searching for a suspect who reportedly stole approximately 10,000 golf balls from a local driving range.
  • Pitney Bowes will expand its operations in Stamford and Danbury thanks to low-interest state loans.
  • Stamford resident Christian Garnett, charged in the assault of a Norwalk police officer in 2013, has resigned as the Darien lacrosse and football coach to focus in rehabilitating from his injuries.
     

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