WESTPORT, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Westport last week:
- Former swim coach Jeffrey Schare, 44, from Westport's Staples High School pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting two Fairfield girls.
- The Ridgefield woman whose 15-month-old son died after her husband forgot him in a hot car said she has forgiven her spouse.
- Beth DiLoreto, regional vice president of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services New England Properties, and Darcy Sledge, a sales executive in the Westport office, were named one of Commercial Record’s Women of FIRE.
- Madonna Badger, 50, who lost her parents and three daughters in a Christmas Day fire in Stamford in 2011, married longtime friend Bill Duke.
- Paolo and Clara Cavalli are looking forward to opening their new restaurant in Fairfield, Brick + Wood, in the location of his family's restaurant Ponte Vecchio in early September.
- Westport detectives brought the third suspect Derek Gilliam, 27, of Bridgeport, in a TD Bank branch robbery earlier this month back to Connecticut to face charges.
- Westport Police arrested Amanda Alarcon, 28, of Shelton, on charges of stealing $580 worth of items from a CVS.
- The Westport Public Library is offering a computer-programming workshop for children age eight and older.
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- 2 Suspect In Southport Home Burglary Arrested On I-95 Near Westport
- 3 Father Pleads Not Guilty In Death Of Son In Hot Car In Ridgefield
- 4 Connecticut Sends Jumbo Snowblowers To Help Dig Out Buffalo
- 5 Up To One Inch Of Rain Could Fall Overnight In Westport