WILTON, Conn. – In case you weren't able to check in with The Wilton Daily Voice every day this past week, here’s a look back at some of the week’s top stories:
? Three people were killed and about 175 people were injured after two bombs exploded Monday afternoon during the Boston Marathon. The event was attended by four Wilton runners, all of whom finished the race and were not injured.
? After months of anticipation, Little Pub Wilton opened its doors to hungry residents Thursday. The restaurant is the sister location of the popular Little Pub in Ridgefield.
? A Brookfield man was arrested Monday night after police say he was found in possession of stolen merchandise from Rings End Lumber in Wilton. The man, who was arrested following a brief search along Route 7, was also found in possession of steroids.
? A recent UConn study found that residents of Wilton and other Fairfield County towns are among the least likely to go hungry in the state.
? On Friday, the hunt for Massachusetts resident Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, hit close to home after law enforcement officials stopped and searched an Amtrak train out of Massachusetts in East Norwalk.
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