NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in New Canaan last week:
- Renowned architect Philip Johnson designed home in New Canaan is for sale for $1.575 million.
- Jackson Appelt, a rising sophomore at New Canaan High School, will be continuing his family's college lacrosse tradition.
- According to AccuWeather, New Canaan could see a polar vortex in September.
- A Stamford man, Tucker Blandford, 23, faked his death to get out of a wedding to an English woman he met at the University of Connecticut.
- Alexander Pitt, a native of New Canaan, graduated from Ithaca College’s School of Humanities and Sciences.
- Parker Nelson of New Canaan, a student at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, presented his research at the college’s Mount David Summit. The event is an annual celebration of student academic achievement.
- The death of Benjamin Seitz, a 15-month-old Ridgefield boy in a hot car, has been ruled a homicide.
- 1 Lower Fairfield County Ranked As Most Unequal Place In Nation
- 2 Christmas Week Storm May Impact Travel In New Canaan
- 3 Walgreen's Worker Honored For Tipping Off New Canaan Police To Suspects
- 4 One Man Dead After Altercation On Route 25/8 Ramp In Bridgeport
- 5 Sony Pulls Film; New Canaan Will Have To Wait On 'The Interview'