STAMFORD, Conn. — A Taxi dispatcher being pistol-whipped and robbed led the news in Stamford this week.
Here is a look at the top stories:
- Domus announced Monday that its summer camp was made possible thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation . The Cohen's also gave the campers two rides on the SoundWaters Schooner.
- Just after midnight on Monday morning a masked man entered Eveready Transportation and pistol whipped the dispatcher and stole two money bags. Police arrested a man on drug charges who is a person of interest in the robbery.
- On Wednesday The Daily Voice told you about Keith Grabow opening up Stamford FASTSIGNS earlier this summer.
- People without health insurance will soon be able to get health care without going to the emergency room as AmeriCares will be opening a free clinic in the city.
- The city reported Thursday morning that mosquitoes trapped in Stamford tested positive for West Nile Virus .
- ONE World Sports will begin operating out of Stamford after partnering with Encompass Digital Media. The company's Broadcast Center will be in Shippan Landing.
- First County Bank is offering $5,000 to anyone with information that will help Stamford Police arrest the woman who robbed a Stamford branch in July.
- A Stamford firefighter turned himself in to police on a forgery charge after police found evidence he was washing bills at home. Police found the evidence while executing a search warrant in suspicion of his son selling drugs out of the home. The son turned himself in Thursday on several drug charges.
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