WILTON, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Wilton this week:
- Thousands of commuters were stranded for hours on Thursday evening after a system-wide computer malfunction stopped all three of the Metro-North train lines. That incident came just a day after a train was disabled at the Green's Farms stop in Westport due to the extreme cold.
- A surprise storm dumped about eight inches of snow on Wilton and brought single-digit temperatures with it.
- The Wilton Family Y will host a series of career workshops for women who left their job to be stay-at-home moms.
- Thomas D. "Fitz" Fitzpatrick of Bridgeport and vice president of Wilton's Regency Limousine died at age of 71.
- A Norwalk man was arrested and charged with strangling, beating and threatening his girlfriend.
- Demolition work began for part of Stamford's Urban Transitway near Elm Street and Myrtle Avenue in Stamford's South End.
A growing number of people in Fairfield County don’t always know where their next meal is coming from, according to a new study done by the Fairfield County Community Foundation.
- 1 Wilton Voters Narrowly Approve $50M Project For Miller-Driscoll School
- 2 9 Billionaires In Connecticut Make The Cut For Forbes 400
- 3 Metro-North Still Plans On Moving New Haven Line To Penn Station
- 4 Wilton Mom Slams Into Utility Pole With Kids In SUV, Faces DUI Charge
- 5 Malloy's Sandy Hook Advisory Panel Calls For Homeschooling Oversight