Norwalk

Norwalk mayor sworn in

Nov 20, 2013
Tarice L.S. Gray

Former Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling was sworn in as the Mayor of Norwalk on Tuesday. He replaces outgoing mayor Dick Moccia, who Rilling defeated in the November 5th election.

Playgrounds honor the memory of Sandy Hook victims

Nov 7, 2013
Craig LeMoult

Hundreds of volunteers are gathered Thursday at a small park in South Norwalk to build a playground in honor of six year old Allison Wyatt. The playground is one of 26 being built by the program The Sandy Ground: Where Angels Play, in memory of the victims of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Former police chief wins Norwalk mayoral race

Nov 6, 2013
Tarice L.S. Gray

Former Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling, a democrat, has defeated the incumbent Mayor Richard Moccia, a republican.

Kaomi Goetz

Republican Mayor Dick Moccia and Democratic challenger Harry Rilling sparred over the city's progress on economic development, diversity on the city's boards and commissions, NEON and more on Tuesday at a breakfast event sponsored by the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce at the Norwalk Inn.  The four-term mayor says he's proud of his record; Rilling says more should've been accomplished over the last eight years. 

Friends, family show support for activist held in Russia

Oct 27, 2013
Tarice L.S. Gray

Nearly 70 people gathered in Norwalk, Connecticut on Saturday night to hold a candle-light vigil in support of a local man who is being held by the Russian government.

Environmental activist Peter Willcox is the captain of a Greenpeace ship. He and his crew were apprehended when they tried to put a banner on a Russian oil platform to protest drilling in the Arctic.

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