NORWALK, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Norwalk last week:
- A Norwalk man Brian Healy, 37, was arrested after he was accused of leaving his infant daughter alone in a car in a store parking lot.
- Monique Hodge, 42, who was wanted by Norwalk police in connection with a stabbing in November 2013, was arrested in North Carolina and returned to Norwalk for a court appearance.
- Peter C. Handrinos of Norwalk, a sports writer, died at the age of 42.
- Bill Dunne, a Republican candidate for state Senate from Norwalk and Darien, is speaking out against a proposed rate increase by Connecticut Light & Power.
- Student drawings will be featured as part of an international children’s art gallery at the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk until Labor Day.
- Miguel Gonzalez, a 57-year-old Norwalk man, was charged with threatening a mother and her children with a BB gun.
- The U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the police departments in Easton, Darien, Wilton, Monroe and Trumbull can be sued over a 2008 police drug raid at a home in Easton that left a Norwalk man Gonzalo Guizan, 33, dead and the homeowner Ronald Terebesi injured.
- 1 Norwalk Man Charged In Assault On Store Clerk, Spitting At Police
- 2 Norwalk School Superintendent Plans To Leave For New London Job
- 3 Elderly Woman Mauled By Dog Dies At Bridgeport Hospital
- 4 Driver Of Norwalk Transit Bus Ticketed After Crash On MLK Drive
- 5 Bridgeport National Guard Member Killed By Unsafe Lane Change, Police Say