Here's what made news this week:
In Stamford, it was round three for the City's boatyard hearing. Stamford is proposing a license agreement that would give developer Building and Land Technology city land to build a new boatyard. Tuesday, residents spoke out before the City's planning board.
"This plan is doomed for failure, and that is just the plan," said one Stamford resident against the plan.
"People moving to Stamford are not asking about boatyards. They're asking how safe is their real estate investment," said one Stamford resident who agrees with the plan.
The meeting will continue next week at Westover Elementary School.
Norwalk is making plans to turn around Briggs High School. The city will partner with Hartford-based group, Our Piece of the Pie. The organization specializes in urban youth development.
"Services that provide social and emotional support to students," said Tony Daddona, Norwalk's assistant superintendent. "Services that ensure our students are attending school, and if they're not attending there will be home visits."
And a lot of pride felt in Westport for the town's little league team competing in the little league world series. Residents cheered on the team at a several screening parties throughout town Wednesday. As of Friday theyre still in the running for the US Championship.