STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Stamford last week:
- Stamford resident Leonel Bartolo Rodriguez, 39, was arraigned on sexual assault charges after impregnating his 12-year-old stepdaughter, police said.
- Allison Williams, who grew up in New Canaan and is the daughter of NBC News anchor Brian Williams, has been cast in the title role in NBC's musical version of "Peter Pan Live."
- Ralph Falloon, a professional firefighter in Stamford, serves his double duty as the mayor of Cold Spring, N.Y., in Putnam County.
- Madonna Badger, 50, who lost her parents and three daughters in a Christmas Day fire in Stamford in 2011, got married to her longtime friend Bill Duke in St. John-St. Matthew-Emanuel Lutheran Church in Brooklyn, N.Y.
- Rumors continue to abound about whether UBS will leave Stamford for New York City.
- Stamford’s Marc Guirand, of the Class of 2014 at Connecticut College, was awarded the Chair's Prize in Economics at the annual Honors & Awards ceremony at the college In New London.
- Angel Hernandez, who was accused of stealing two cars, led Stamford police to the place where he dumped what officers discovered was the urn containing the ashes of a car owner's grandfather.
- 1 McDonald's Shakes Up Menu, Cuts Seven Sandwiches
- 2 Stamford Man Faces Prison Term For Having Oral Sex With 12-Year-Old
- 3 Stamford Adds Hours At Government Center For Beach Sticker Sales
- 4 Stamford Man Convicted Of Trying To Hire A Hit Man To Kill Wife's Lover
- 5 Greenwich-Owned Upstart Places 18th At Kentucky Derby