RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Ridgefield this week:
- Ridgefield residents created a roadside memorial for Emma Sandhu, who was struck and killed by a car while walking on Ridgebury Road near her home.
- Police identified the driver as a 24-year-old Ridgefield man, but did not immediately release his name.
- An appearance at the Ridgefield Playhouse by actor Lillo Brancato has been canceled because of unease about the actor's conviction in a robbery that led to the murder of a police officer.
- A Ridgefield physician was arrested and charged with 14 counts of health-care fraud and 14 counts of making false statements relating to health care matters.
- The Wilton Police Department is warning residents about a white male driving a white van, acting in a suspicious manner.
- Ridgefield’s Tucker West won the men’s title in USA Luge’s National Seeding Races in Lake Placid, N.Y.
A deal that would have sold 10 acres of the Schlumberger-Doll Research Center property for $4 million to a private developer is off after the buyer backed out.
- 1 Connecticut Puts Nine People Under Quarantine To Monitor For Ebola
- 2 14 Silver Spring Park Road Is The Ridgefield Daily Voice House Of The Week
- 3 NYC Doctor Is First Person In The Tristate Area To Test Positive For Ebola
- 4 Letter: Ridgefield Resident Calls For Competent Leadership
- 5 First Niagara To Close Bank Branch In Ridgefield