Dog Found, Footballers Displaced, Humanitarian Remembered

A quick round-up of Fairfield County news for Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011.

DARIEN—A 7-month-old puppy called Wyatt that had been reported missing late Tuesday night , the dog’s owner reports. You dog-lovers may also want to check out Trumbull Patch’s story about a local man and former business executive who turned a layoff into a lifelong dream: He now their new pets.

FAIRFIELD—Residents of Fairfield, a town that boasts its share of great pizza places, including a second coming of Stamford’s Colony Grille, appear to be less than ecstatic on hearing reports that a . Check out the comments on the story.

GREENWICH—Displaced from their accustomed practice fields in Greenwich by the recent discovery of toxic soil, unearthed during a separate building project, 600 youth football players from Greenwich .

NEW CANAAN—A nod at the start of the varsity football season from one sports figure to another, as longtime sports anchor Paul Devlin, a Norwalk resident who spent two years in the Boston Red Sox organization and had a small part in "Bull Durham," pays homage to New Canaan High School . Marinelli this fall aims to lead the Rams to the team’s sixth state title in the past seven years.

NORWALK—City residents soon , in the name of a beloved Norwalk humanitarian who passed away this summer. Academy Street, home to the George Washington Carver Center, will be renamed following a city council vote in honor of of the center.


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