WESTON, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Weston this week:
- In one hour, the Weston Volunteer Fire Department assisted at two accidents caused by icy conditions on Steep Hill Road by Tannery Lane and on Godfrey Road West.
- Weston filmmaker Amy Kalafa starts a Kickstarter page to fund a new documentary series that would chronicle people who are making a positive change in the world.
- Weston First Selectman Gayle Weinstein plans to build new police stations and examine use of school and town buildings space facilities in 2014.
- The Town of Redding proposes a new 120-foot cellphone tower to improve service along Black Rock Turnpike.
Redding skater Brooklee Han officially named as the representative for Australia in ladies figure skating at next month’s Winter Olympics.
- 1 National Weather Service: Weston's Winter Won't Be So Bad
- 2 Weston 7th Grade Football Team Holds Off New Canaan
- 3 Western Connecticut Reopens Evacuated Buildings On Midtown Danbury Campus
- 4 77 Kettle Creek Road Is The Weston Daily Voice House Of The Week
- 5 Weston Customers Could Be Affected By Home Depot Credit Card Breach