NORWALK— A recent Norwalk Police document provides sobering details about . Lt. Lisa Zecca's report is a memorandum supporting a funding request to the Common Council and notes that arrests for driving while under the influence of alcohol increased from 112 in 2006 to 171 in 2010.
STAMFORD— were working at 10 Riverbend when they "heard a loud bang" Tuesday afternoon. The noise was a Metro-North train hitting a car. "Adrenaline gets to you when something like this happens, and you just respond," Thomas said. The two men stayed with the elderly driver until the paramedics arrived.
WESTPORT— The challenge for Westport’s finance officials to tackle the town’s swollen retiree medical payments liability . Town Finance Director John Kondub will retire at the start of February 2012 and has also been acting as personnel director. Board of Finance chair Helen Garten said she believes a new personnel boss should be hired to take the lead on employee negotiations.
WILTON— owner Michelle Palanzo spoke with Patch about how difficult an economic landscape it is in Wilton to run a small, independently owned business. “It was a very hard decision, because I really enjoy the business here," she said.
TRUMBULL— Using what he calls "rough estimates," Trumbull First Selectman Tim Hebrst . Under his plan, a $20,000 car would be taxed at $15,000. The Town Council Finance Committee has voted to study the issue along with attorneys for the town.