GREENWICH, Conn. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Greenwich this week:
- Thousands of commuters were stranded for hours on Thursday evening after a system-wide computer malfunction stopped all three of the Metro-North train lines. That incident came just a day after a train was disabled at the Green's Farms stop in Westport due to the extreme cold.
- A surprise storm dumped nearly a foot of snow on Greenwich and brought single-digit temperatures with it.
- Two Greenwich teens were rescued by emergency crews from a pond at Willowmere Circle after they fell through thin ice.
- A 48-year-old Greenwich man faces strangulation and assault charges after allegedly attacking a woman.
- Greenwich police charged a local woman with driving while intoxicated on North Street.
- A Bridgeport man faces kidnapping charges after taking his ex-girlfriend in his car at gunpoint.
- Greenwich High School senior Anne Merrill was named one of 40 finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search competition.
- A growing number of people in Fairfield County don’t always know where their next meal is coming from, according to a new study done by the Fairfield County Community Foundation.
- 1 Nor'easter To Impact Greenwich On Wednesday
- 2 Greenwich Ranks In SafeWise's Top 10 Of Safest Places In State
- 3 Greenwich Billionaire Cohen Donates $20 Million To Stamford Hospital
- 4 No Injuries Reported In Car Fire On Merritt Parkway In Greenwich
- 5 Happy Birthday To Greenwich’s Judith Sheindlin ('Judge Judy')