NORWALK, Conn. – Another run for office for Mayor Richard Moccia topped Norwalk’s news this week. Here are some of the top storie:
? The Republican side of this fall’s local elections is set, with four-term Mayor Richard Moccia once again getting the party’s nomination.
? State leaders are already looking to 2014, as State Sen. John McKinney of Fairfield announced his run for governor this week. Meanwhile, Gov. Dannel Malloy landed on the Washington Post’s list of “Most Endangered Governors” this week.
? Norwalk Police made two major arrests relating to marijuana sales Thursday. A Norwalk man was accused of running a marijuana growing operation in his basement, while a California man was accused of shipping 14 pounds of marijuana to a Norwalk address.
? Rowayton’s Vasso Kelly is ready to check another item off her “bucket list, competing in an Ironman triathlon in Hawaii this fall.
? State Sen. Bob Duff and local police issued a warning to residents of a new scam, claiming to offer free medical alert systems in exchange for personal information.
? Darien-based Person 2 Person announced that it will renovate its Norwalk facility through a grant from Diageo this week.
? Second quarter reports from Fairfield County real estate brokers indicate a strengthening housing market with increases in sales volume, median price and new deposits.
? NBC Sports officially opened its International Broadcast Center in Stamford after a $100 million renovation of a former Clairol factory.
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