DANBURY, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Danbury last week:
- Olivia Cotter, a 12-year-old from Danbury, learned about the "hard-knock life" before landing the lead role in "Annie Jr." at the Musicals at Richter in her hometown.
- Claire Tensa, a 2013 graduate of Danbury High School, earned her Girl Scout Gold Award for creating a tour at Weir Farm National Historic Site in Ridgefield/Wilton focused on the children who grew up on the farm.
- Mark Moscato, 40, of 22 Aaron Samuels Blvd., Danbury, who claimed to be an FBI agent, was arrested in Wilton in connection with a pair of bizarre incidents in May, including a threaten to arrest a woman for dealing drugs.
- Emily Catherine Fedorko, a high honors student at Greenwich High, died at age of 16 in a tragic boating accident in Greenwich.
- Marge Gallo won the Democratic primary for registrar of voters in Danbury on Tuesday.
- Stanley Bruno, 29, of Danbury, and Christopher Bautista, 26, of Stamford were arrested as police from several communities helped to break up a fight in South Norwalk involving about 600 people.
- After months of investigation, Danbury police with SWAT and K-9 officers arrested Ryan Berry 21, Christopher Walker, 20, and Christopher Walker 38, on charges of buying and selling large quantities of drugs.
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- 2 Danbury Police Charge Man, 36, With Attempted Murder
- 3 Off To A Great Start: Kindergarten Registration Begins In Danbury
- 4 Winter Weather Advisory Issued For New Round Of Snow Tuesday In Danbury
- 5 Danbury Could See Up To 4 Inches Of Snow In New Storm