Mayor Rob Duncan said this week there's much good news to celebrate in the Norwalk business community.
The mayor noted about 25 businesses which opened in the past two years.
"These businesses are mostly in the service sector," Duncan said. "But, we've been fighting hard to get more manufacturing jobs here."
The mayor singled out two businesses on his list: Ace Hardware and Rural King.
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The following is a list of new businesses in Norwalk in the past two years: Little Caesars, B & N Automotive, Pink Pixie, Hohler Furnace & Sheet Metal, Edward Jones (Apple's Plaza), CDL Testing facilities, Dirtsandwich Music Company, 2nd Chance Auto, C&R Variety, Main Street Barber, When Pigs Fly, Anytime Fitness, Willoughby Supply, Rural King, Stine Dental, Yankee Biotic's, Alliance Solutions Group, Mary's Electrolysis, Marjie's Mutts, Attorney Heather Niedermeier, Ace Hardware, Vacationland Federal Credit Union, Havana Cigar Outlet, MicroCharged and Tammy's Hair Salon.