Here are the top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date in 1942.
If the information is true, Samuel Little is one of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.
Flu cases reported regionally; here's how to prevent yourself.
She recently promoted to organizational development manager overseeing clinical training and development at Fisher-Titus
Norwalk High School student died Nov. 9, 2006 after battling Stevens-Johnson Syndrome for the last six weeks of her life.
The general services department will not follow the trash collection route strictly this year.
Stoutenburg Drive property sale in Norwalk tops this week’s list.
Both were charged with domestic violence Saturday
APEX Clean Energy, which has an office in Bellevue, is developing the Emerson Creek Wind Project — something that would result in millions being invested in the two counties during a 30-year-period.
Two other defendants jailed for various probation violations.
Schooner, which had sailed from Cleveland to the Put-in-Bay area, disappeared about Sept. 14, 1829, along with all hands.
Micah Duncan is the son of Rob and Karen Duncan, of Norwalk.
The first Catholic church and school in this area was built at St. Alphonsus in the 1830s.
High on Thanksgiving could be in the mid 40s.
Union president says firefighters “are dedicated to making this station last another 106 years.”