DARIEN, Conn. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Darien this week:
- A Darien man Daniel Hughes, 47, was charged with driving while intoxicated after a three-car accident. No serious injuries were reported.
- New schedule shortens Metro-North ride for Darien commuters following completed construction on a stretch of tracks in the Bronx.
- A 15-year-old girl, Jeanna Migliore, reported missing from Darien foster home.
- A Darien home reportedly sustains heavy fire damage on second floor and attic. Residents of the home reportedly unhurt, but one firefighter sustained a minor injury.
- Former Darien Infinity fitness instructor Keith Rilett, 29, was sworn in as a new Greenwich police officer.
The PBS news program "Frontline" debuts a documentary about the government investigation of insider trading allegations against Stamford-based SAC Capital, owned by Greenwich resident Steve Cohen.
- 1 Metro-North Still Plans On Moving New Haven Line To Penn Station
- 2 9 Billionaires In Connecticut Make The Cut For Forbes 400
- 3 Patricia Lowman Dailey, 57, Of Darien, Worked In The Fashion Industry
- 4 Malloy's Sandy Hook Advisory Panel Calls For Homeschooling Oversight
- 5 Sandy Hook Students Safe After Evacuation Due To Bomb Threat