WESTPORT, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Westport last week:
- Jeffrey Susa, 48, who operated a boat launching service at Longshore Marina in Westport, was sentenced to five months in prison and three years of probation for sexually assaulting a teenage girl .
- Westport took another step toward completing the restoration of the town's historic and signature Minute Man Monument by laying capstones on the fieldstone wall around the monument.
- Arthur Levitt landed a big fish in the waters of Long Sound near his Westport hometown.
- Forbes ranked Ray Dalio , founder of Westport hedge fund, as the richest man in Connecticut.
- Metro-North presented a $32 billion spending plan to the MTA Board that included continuing plans to move New Haven Line trains from Grand Central Terminal to Penn Station.
- A 16-person commission of educators assembled by Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy after the Sandy Hook tragedy is calling for more government oversight on home schooling.
- Dean Henton, 47, of Waterbury was arrested and charged with stealing credit cards out of a woman's purse at the Humane Society in Westport and using them around town.
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