GREENWICH, Conn. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Greenwich this week:
- Greenwich Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Lee Whitnum was arrested and charged with breach of peace after allegedly attempting to bite a judicial marshal at the Stamford Courthouse. She denied the charge.
- A barge broke free from its mooring inside the Stamford Harbor breakwall during Wednesday’s rainy and windy weather and ran aground in Old Greenwich.
- Singer/songwriter Paul Simon, 72, and his wife Edie Brickell, 48, were arrested in their New Canaan home after an apparent domestic dispute.
- The suspect in the fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old junior at Milford's Jonathan Law High School was identified as the "class clown”.
- New Metro-North schedules that will take effect on Sunday, May 11 will cut commute times into Grand Central Terminal on the Hudson, New Haven and Harlem lines.
- A Port Chester, N.Y., man was arrested on a first-degree robbery charge in connection with a drug deal that went south at a Hamilton Avenue residence in Greenwich.
- Greenwich Police charged a White Plains, N.Y., man Marcel Richardson, 29, with driving under the influence.
- A new study shows that just under half of all Connecticut residents want to pack up and leave the Nutmeg State -- the second highest amount of any state in the nation, according to the Gallup Poll.
- 1 One Killed, One Injured In Car Crash Near Port Chester High School
- 2 Police Identify Teenagers Involved In Fatal Port Chester Accident
- 3 UBS Parade Rises Again In Stamford On Sunday
- 4 Greenwich's Convent Of The Sacred Heart Celebrates Construction Milestone
- 5 Bridgeport National Guard Member Killed By Unsafe Lane Change, Police Say