STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Stamford this week:
- A Stamford man, Darrell Grant, 47, died of carbon monoxide poisoning after sitting in his running car during snowstorm.
- Eugene P. DeLeo co-founder of DeLeo Brothers in Stamford and formerly of Darien died at age of 91.
- Michael J. Nyenhuis succeeds Curt Welling as the new president and chief executive officer of Stamford-based AmeriCares.
- A 36-year-old Stamford man, Oscar Saenz-Machado, was arrested and charged with stabbing two people with a knife at a taco restaurant.
West Haven plumber Anthony Malangone, 38, was arrested after he allegedly punched and kicked a Stamford Fire Marshal.
- 1 Stamford High Schools Ranked Among Connecticut's Best
- 2 Alarm Sends Stamford School Into Lockdown; Cops Call It False Alarm
- 3 North Stamford Man Charged With Robbing Teen At Knifepoint
- 4 Greenwich Bank Robbed At Gunpoint; Police Seek Female Suspect
- 5 Winter Storm Watch Issued For Stamford; 6-12 Inches Of Snow Likely