GREENWICH, Conn. -- The news this week in Greenwich was dominated by the visit paid by Prince Harry.
The third in line to the British throne wrapped up a weeklong tour of the United States by playing polo in an invite-only charity match at the Greenwich Polo Club .
One commuter train derailed and hit another during Friday evening's rush hour near the Fairfield Metro train station. The National Transportation Safety Board arrived Saturday morning to lead the investigation. The wreck led to the cancellation of train service between South Norwalk and New Haven.
Although only the elite could get access to the event, a Toronto woman was arrested on trespassing charges at the Polo Club grounds , trying to get a glimpse of the red-headed prince.
The owners of Altelier360, a Greenwich Avenue clothing store, got in the spirit of the prince's visit by decorating the store with British flags and serving British snacks to customers .
In non-royal news, the Connecticut Department of Public Health gave tips on how to spot ticks and avoid Lyme disease .
A Port Chester, N.Y., man was charged with kidnapping a woman in the Byram part of town .
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