New Canaan Week in Review

A look at the top news from the last week.

In case you missed a day, here's a quick roundup of all the lead stories from New Canaan this week. There's always a lot going on, so take this opportunity to catch up if you missed something!

With students returning to school next week, New Canaan authorities warned drivers of increased enforcement for moving and cellphone violations in school zones, so be sure to be mindful drivers and keep an eye out for children. Keep them safe and save yourself a ticket. 

In police news, $300 of copper was stolen from a construction site, a 96-year-old New Canaan man reported having cash and a handgun stolen from his home, a man handed police a jar of marijuana when they arrived at his residence on a noise complaint over loud music and the Director of Emergency Management Mike Handler gave his reflections on the insight gained from New Canaan's massive "active shooter" exercise

It was announced this week the U.S. Post Office in New Canaan was being ousted from it's current location at 2 Pine Street after their current building was leased out from under them during ongoing negotiations, according to a postal service rep. 

New Canaan had two great community events take place this week, Thursday's Taste of the Town Stroll and the All Out for Autism 5K Friday


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