STAMFORD, Conn. — Pitney Bowes sold its world headquarters, which leads the news this week in Stamford. Here is a look at what else took place this week.
- This school year, 100 kids in need at Domus will be taking home a backpack filled with food each weekend thanks to two New Canaan women.
- Gov. Dannel Malloy signed his first bill in Stamford on Tuesday afternoon. It is designed to help homeowners modify loans or go through the foreclosure process.
- Residents of Stamford finally got to share its opinion on the licence agreement the city entered into to bring a boatyard to 205 Magee Ave. on Tuesday.
- Kate Heichler spent her Wednesday afternoon trying to get signatures on a petition to keep the gray wolf on the endangered species list.
- Pitney Bowes sold its headquarters and will be moving out of Stamford. The company may return once it finds a new place better suited to its needs.
- On Thursday, a Stamford man was charged with groping a 15-year-old girl.