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.
- 1 Rye Brook Landlord Negotiates Settlement With D'Agostino's Supermarket
- 2 Greenwich Could See Storms As Weekend Wraps Up
- 3 Police ID Homeless Man Whose Legs Were Found Near New Haven Train Station
- 4 Conyers Farm Home In Greenwich Hits Market For $65 Million
- 5 Thunderstorms Could Roll Through Greenwich