In Stamford, doctors, nurses, and friends joined a former Stamford Hospital maternity patient to celebrate the first birthday of her first child.
Reenu Zwolinkis has a neurological disorder called dystonia, which has left her unable to walk, speak and live independently.
With the help of medical professionals, Reenu was able carry out a high risk pregnancy and deliver her baby boy Aiden a year ago.
Physians and family members say despite health concerns, Reenu has always beat the odds.
In Norwalk, Mayor Richard Moccia was formally endorsed by local republicans to seek his fifth term in office. In his acceptance speech, Moccia referenced the Democratic convention which ended in a stand still last week, leading Norwalk's democrats to call the secretary of state's office for advice.
Norwalk Republicans say the campaign for Moccia's potential fifth term is now in full swing.
All four democratic candidates will now petition for a Sept. 10 primary.
In Greenwich, the Board of Selectman announced plans to work with officials to construct procedures for moorings causing obstruction to harbors and fairways.
Greenwich Harbormaster Ian Macmillan says he's determined to work with officials to take whatever action needed to enforce lawful orders on those responsible for obstructive and hazardous moorings.