GREENWICH, Conn. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Greenwich this week:
- A 50-acre Copper Beech estate on the Greenwich waterfront has been sold for a staggering $120 million after a little under a year on the market.
- Ten neighborhoods in four towns in Fairfield County have made the list of Top 25 Richest Neighborhoods In the New York City Suburbs -- including one in Greenwich that is the richest suburb in the country.
- Greenwich's Sally Duval will run the Boston Marathon on April 21 and honor the memory of her brother, Teddy, who died in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 and the people killed last year in terrorist attacks at the Boston Marathon.
- Greenwich High School has been named one of the most challenging high schools in Connecticut, ranking ninth in the state and fifth in Fairfield County according to a new national study of public and private high schools conducted by the Washington Post.
- Stamford earned the top spot in a new list of the Movoto Real Estate’s 10 Best Places To Live in Connecticut.
- Greenwich Police have charged three men in connection to a potential chimney sweeping scam.
- Greenwich police charged a Norwalk man with driving while intoxicated after he sideswiped a parked car.
- Greenwich Police charged a woman with risk of injury to a minor after a child complained to school officials about pain from noticeable injuries.
- Houses that sell for $1 million or more account for nearly a third of the housing market in Fairfield County, according to a Trulia.com study.
- 1 Metro-North Trains Returns To Schedule As Grand Central Reopens
- 2 Obama Departs From Westchester After Attending Stamford Event
- 3 Greenwich Student Hit By Car Near Central Middle School
- 4 Obama Sweeps Into Stamford To Raise Cash For Democratic Party
- 5 Beware Of Delays On Merritt In Greenwich During Obama's Visit