STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Stamford this week:
- Stamford police arrested and charged a local woman with second-degree manslaughter and felony leaving the scene of an accident after a hit-and-run accident that killed a 70-year-old woman.
- Forbes profiled Stamford's Arthur Selkowitz, the chairman behind the $100 million Mill River Park Collaborative in a recent story titled "Mad Man With A Plan."
- Vinnie Fusco, general manager and executive in charge of production at NBCUniversal’s Stamford Media Center, held court to a group of 17 first-grade students at Toquam Magnet Elementary School in Stamford as part of a campaign to encourage reading in elementary schools.
The charges against Rob Morrison, a Darien resident and former WCBS-TV news anchor in New York City, were dropped during a court appearance in Stamford.
- 1 Grad From Stamford's Westhill High In Line To Become Nike Chairman
- 2 New Scam Showing Up On Facebook Could Cost You Lots Of Money
- 3 Malloy Defends Record In Speech Before Business Council Of Fairfield County
- 4 Passengers Stranded For Hours Overnight On Stamford-Bound Metro-North Train
- 5 Teen Killed After Being Hit By Car Crossing Road To Danbury Pizza Place