Here's what made news this week.
In Stamford, we spoke with the City's new postmaster. Jeffrey Salamon started his career as a letter carrier 20 years ago in New Canaan. Now he's leading the post office in the City That Works, which serves over 61,000 customers in Stamford and New Canaan.
"It's a challenging job, but it's a challenge that I welcome. I'm proud to watch over that many people's mail," said Salamon.
In Norwalk, the search continues for a new school superintendent. The Board of Education announced Tuesday it's criteria. The board's chairman Mike Lyons says they're looking for a strong leader and the search will be conducted nationally. They're planning to select a candidate in May for hire July 1st.
"We want to see somebody with proven record of experience in inter-city type school systems," said Lyons.
In Greenwich, one teenager wrote a song to remember those lives lost from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Fifteen year old Pippa Leigh wrote "Sandy Hook Tribute" which will be available on iTunes April 1, with proceeds benefitting the Sandy Hook Promise organization.
"So it really is to honor the families and the first responders who helped so much," said Leigh.
Leigh will perform her song May 4 as part of a Healing Newtown event. For more information, visit sandyhookpromise.org or healingnewtown.org.