Another February Storm Tops Greenwich News This Week

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See the stories that topped the news in Greenwich this week.

GREENWICH, Conn. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Greenwich this week:

  • The fifth major storm of 2014 left most of Fairfield County looking like a ghost town Thursday, covering the area with nearly a foot of snow and ice.
  • The winter has been so bad, Gov. Malloy has declared a state of emergency to replenish dwindling salt supplies.
  • Greenwich police were involved in the investigation that led to the arrest and conviction of Mark Missino, a Connecticut man who pleaded guilty to a federal charge of possession of firearms by a previously convicted felon.
  • Greenwich Hospital's Dr. Donna E. Coletti was among 10 women leaders honored with a BRAVA Award from the YWCA Greenwich at a ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency in Greenwich.
  • A Port Chester man Luis Perea-Manrique, 30, was charged with driving while intoxicated after allegedly slamming into the Greenwich Police chief’s car.
  • Greenwich Police arrested two Stamford men Ruben F. Goncalves, 26, and Moreno M. Rodrigues, 30, following a fight at a birthday party on Pemberwick Road.

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