DANBURY, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Danbury last week:
- Roman Mieczakowski, a seventh-grade student at Hudson Country Montessori School in Danbury, won an award in a state competition for young inventors.
- Christina Eaton, 36, of Danbury, accused of selling crack cocaine out of her home was arrested on multiple drug charges after a lengthy investigation.
- MoneyRates.com ranks Connecticut among five worst states to make a living.
- CityCenter Danbury's 2014 Summer Concerts on the Green kick off with the Danbury Symphony Orchestra's pop salute to "Heroes & Villains".
- Danbury Fire Chief Geoffrey Herald announced that he will retire this summer after nearly 40 years of service and seven years as chief in Danbury.
- After 40 years in Westport, the international humanitarian and relief organization Save the Children opened its new office at 501 Kings Highway E. in Fairfield.
- In a recent crackdown on texting while driving and other motor vehicle violations, the Danbury Police Department issued 650 infractions and made five misdemeanor arrests.
- 1 Yale-New Haven Hospital Admits Patient With Ebola-Like Symptoms
- 2 Danbury Police Pull Driver From Car In Candlewood Lake
- 3 Once In A Million Space Event Will Be Over Danbury Skies Sunday
- 4 Connecticut Prepares After Yale Student Shows Ebola-Like Symptoms
- 5 Danbury Will See Big Drop In Temperature This Weekend