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  • Norwalkers become vocal in hot election cycle

    NORWALK, Conn. – An unprecedented volume of opinions is raining down on NancyOnNorwalk in the form of letters to the editor expressing why certain candidates deserve our votes. Whether they’re an indication of the fervor behind next week’s election, the quality of the races involved, or heightened awareness of this news outlet, NON is proud…

  • Rilling deflecting blame for POKO ‘disaster’

    Rilling deflecting blame for POKO ‘disaster’

    How typical that Harry Rilling takes no blame.  We were supposed to be reading Harry’s “explanatory statement” about the POKO disaster, instead we get a opinion letter deflecting any and all responsibility.  “Jason Milligan is entirely to blame and all his actions are entirely to benefit himself,” Rilling wrote.  The people in the area that…

  • Vote Cafero for Probate Judge

    In a few weeks, it will be time to head to the polls to vote for Larry Cafero for Probate Judge. I have known Larry since high school, where he was elected president of the Class of 1975. Since that time, he has continued to serve in multiple leadership roles, bringing honor and respect to…

  • Thank you, Norwalk Fire Department

    To the Editor: We would like to thank the Norwalk Fire Department for their prompt and efficient response to our 911 call on Sunday, July 26 to report smoke and an electrical smell in our apartment. The Fire Department arrived within 8-10 minutes of the call and their prompt action prevented an actual fire.

  • Congress must pass Iran nuclear deal

    To the Editor: In a very short time Congress will be voting on whether to approve or negate the negotiated deal with Iran on its nuclear capabilities. Many in Congress have already expressed their negative opinion on this hard-earned peaceful solution.

  • Person-to-Person appreciates generosity of the Norwalk community

    To the Editor: During the National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive on Saturday, May 9, people in Norwalk donated 36,620 pounds of food to benefit the P2P Norwalk Food Pantry. While we live in an affluent area, many of our neighbors in Fairfield County are living in poverty (9.6%) and struggling with food insecurity…

  • Garfunkel is the right kind of person to represent Norwalk

    To the Editor: For 15 years now I’ve been the coordinator for the Community Thanksgiving Luncheon at the East Avenue United Methodist Church. This is a free-of-charge holiday feast that feeds hundreds and all are welcome. This event is lovingly provided and attended by many Norwalkers.