WESTON, Conn. -- From a Weston teen performing a lead role in Westport to a new restaurant hosting late summer cookouts, these are the top stories this week in Weston, Easton and Redding.
Easton and Weston's State Sen. John McKinney announced that he will be seeking the Republican nomination for governor to run against incumbent Dannel Malloy in 2014.
The Democrats in Redding have nominated former state representative candidate Julia Pemberton for first selectman.
A Weston actor will be playing the title character in the Westport Staples Players performance of "Bye, Bye, Birdie" for its summer theater program.
The Redding Roadhouse restaurant announced that it will be offering movie nights with cookouts through September.
Second quarter reports from Fairfield County real estate brokers indicate a strengthening housing market with increases in sales volume, median price and new deposits.
A Redding man was charged with driving under while intoxicated in Danbury early this week.
NBC Sports officially opened its International Broadcast Center in Stamford after a $100 million renovation of a former Clairol factory.
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