NEW CANAAN, Conn. — The restrictions the town placed on resident Michael Nowacki led the news for the week in New Canaan. Here is a look at what else happened this week around town.
? New Canaan’s Walgreens had several people attempt to purchase Visa gift cards with credit cards that were denied, leading the store report the suspicious incidents to police.
?One commuter train derailed and hit another during Friday evening's rush hour near the Fairfield Metro train station. The National Transportation Safety Board arrived Saturday morning to lead the investigation. The wreck led to the cancellation of train service between South Norwalk and New Haven.
? First Selectman Rob Mallozzi III and the New Canaan Police Department placed restrictions on resident Michael Nowacki to limit his interaction with town officials. Nowacki believes it is a violation of his civil rights.
? New Canaan friends Dave and Sara Koch and Rich Fedeli are opening Oxygen Fitness, which will offer many fitness options so people only have to go to one place to exercise. It will officially open on May 20.
? Friday morning we told you about New Canaan’s Bill Torgerson and his hope of raising $5,000 to make a film about his father, “The Mushroom Hunter.” Help him by making donation’s through his Kickstarter page.
? AC Auto Body brought a damaged car to New Canaan High School to serve as a visual reminder to students of the dangers of drinking and driving Friday before the senior prom and after-prom party.
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