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  • See Gilded Age architecture through an architect’s eyes

    See Gilded Age architecture through an architect’s eyes

    You’ll get a renowned architect’s view of NYC’s lavish Gilded Age edifices when award-winning residential designer Philip James Dodd discusses and signs copies of his book  An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City on Thursday Sept. 12 from 6 until 8 p.m. at the Norwalk Public Library.

  • Livingston named interim Chief of Staff

    Livingston named interim Chief of Staff

    NORWALK, Conn. — Mayor Harry Rilling has appointed Tom Livingston to serve as interim Chief of Staff, as Laoise King departs to become a Connecticut Department of Transportation Deputy Commissioner. “The reason I asked Tom were many,” Rilling said at Tuesday’s Common Council meeting. “He served on the Common Council since 2015, representing District E,…

  • Norwalk events include Seaport Association fun; Maritime Aquarium

    Norwalk events include Seaport Association fun; Maritime Aquarium

    Got your gift for Mom yet?  No worries; the Norwalk Garden Club has your back. 

  • Norwalk photos: Imax demolition

    Norwalk photos: Imax demolition

    NORWALK, Conn. — The Connecticut Department of Transportation’s demolition of the Maritime Aquarium’s IMAX Theater is inching along, as shown in these photos taken Tuesday. The teardown began about two months ago. The theater’s removal will provide construction space for ConnDOT’s reconstruction of the 123-year-old railroad bridge over the Norwalk River, commonly known as the Walk…

  • Stew Leonard’s chain founder dies at 93

    Stew Leonard’s chain founder dies at 93

    Rilling: ‘Grocery store has always gone above and beyond for our community’ NORWALK, Conn. — Stew Leonard Sr. has died at age 93. Leonard is known for success in the founding of his renown food retailing chain, said to be a $600 million business, but also a stint in federal prison due to a tax…