Norwalk’s 2018 in review: Top stories

Longtime West Rocks Middle School Principal Lynne Moore’s rumored termination led to multiple protests.  Moore was ultimately reassigned to Norwalk High School where she is an assistant principal.

Updated, 8:50 a.m.: Revised headline, copy edits, added appeal.

NORWALK, Conn. – Here’s our annual review of the most-read stories of the year:

  1. NPS accused of violating state and federal SpEd laws
  2. Norwalk wired $900K to scammers; may settle reimbursement lawsuit
  3. Norwalk principal’s fans rally to oppose possible termination
  4. Adamowski tops 2017 list of Norwalk salaries
  5. D’Amelio attorney says arrest expunged; threatens lawsuit
  6. ‘Blindsided’ Norwalk parents seek answers after Thursday surprise
  7. NPS announces new West Rocks leadership team
  8. Rilling: ‘Very troubling’ dirt pile was not authorized
  9. Counter protest to Norwalk rally prompts heavy police presence
  10. Mothers blast Norwalk’s new preschool facility


Here’s the most-read story for each month:



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One response to “Norwalk’s 2018 in review: Top stories”

  1. Piberman

    To those of us concerned about City Hall management and its inability to provide affordable City services rather than punitive taxes decreasing property values the top story was the so called Reorg with its $150k “Chiefs” costing the City over a million for the next decade and further demonstrating the “lack of appreciation” of modern business management skills. Business interests closely follow how Norwalk is governed. Which explains why we have a very small business sector.

    Second was hiring an Economic Director with a public transporation background to encourage business development in Norwalk. That’s certainly a “novel” approach to economic development. Given the predecessor was from Newtown where there is no economic development to speak of.

    Both of these comments reflect the view that Norwalk’s future crucially depends on encouraging a major business sector and becoming a real City. Not just remaining a “commuter City”. That ensures a Bridgeport solution.

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