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Stamford 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 Stamford this week. There's always a lot going on, so take this opportunity to catch up if you missed something!

In election news, Stamford mayoral candidates received new endorsements and three of the four took a trip to the Connecticut Ballet for a debate centered around funding the arts. 

In community news, Mayor Michael Pavia hosted the first-ever Children's Parade, more than 250 climbers got ready to Fight for Air, Stamford man Robert Milano opened up his new luncheonette in New Canaan and a Holocaust survivor living in Stamford, Judith Altman, will receive the Anti-Defamation League's prestigious Daniel R. Ginsberg Humanitarian Award.

In police news, a New York man was arrested for allegedly masturbating in his car in full view of a high school girl as she walked by, the Stamford Police Association named a new president this week in 17-year veteran Todd Lobraico and a victim reported two men trying to pull him out of his own apartment during an attempted burglary.

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