NoN interviewed by Nyberg

From left, Ann Nyberg, Nancy Chapman and Claire Schoen, Feb. 2 in New Haven.

NORWALK, Conn. — A trip to Minneapolis was just one recent adventure for NancyOnNorwalk. Before that, Claire Schoen and Nancy Chapman traveled to New Haven to be interviewed by WTNH’s Ann Nyberg.

WTNH wrote:

“As more and more small-town newspapers fade into the sunset, there are still a few pioneers who work tirelessly to inform their communities.

“Nancy Chapman the founder, co-editor, and publisher of a hyper-local online newspaper that serves the town of Norwalk discussed her work in an interview with News 8 on Thursday.

“Chapman was joined by her colleague Claire Schoen, who serves on the board of directors at their nonprofit newspaper Nancy on Norwalk.”


6 responses to “NoN interviewed by Nyberg”

  1. Tysen Canevari

    Great story. Congrats on the recognition.


    “there are still a few pioneers who work tirelessly to inform their communities.” So well said and the perfect description of your commitment and passion. Norwalk is better served because of NON. Congratulations Nancy and Claire!

  3. Jen Stevens

    Yay for Nancy on Norwalk, Nancy and Claire and John and all the countless others who keep this vitally important newspaper going strong!

  4. Jo Bennett

    Way to represent, ladies! Thanks for all your hard work.

  5. Nancy Meany

    Hurray for Nancy, Claire, and everyone associated with Nancy on Norwalk! Congratulations on this well deserved recognition and thanks for all of your hard work!

  6. Carol King

    Very very nice to see NoN getting well-deserved recognition. Kudos.

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