Stan Obrenovich has been one of uptown Norwalk’s biggest boosters; he has rubbed many people the wrong way — that’s just the way he is.
It was a weekend that brought back a whole lot of memories for this old former sports editor.
Norb Simon started his career in the business in 1969 at the old gas station on the corner of League Street and Whittlesey Avenue in Norwalk.
Mary Ann Creamer may have died way too young, but even in death her life and legacy live on.
After two seasons, he has nothing but great memories from coaching seventh- and eighth-grade girls.
You know it is a dull game when much of the excitement early on was a Super Bowl-record punt.
For the first time in 39 1/2 years, he’s working on a story from a different desk at the Norwalk Reflector.
A trip to Chicago means about 10 hours of listening to the radio.
For 36 ½ years, doing the dishes has been dad’s job.
There are just two NFL teams that have been in the league since 1950 and never made the Super Bowl — Cleveland and Detroit.
One thing is common among all road workers: It doesn’t matter if you work close to home or far away — you always have to deal with traffic.
This should be the time when the malls are overflowing.
Dennis Doughty is in his 43rd year in education, starting and ending at his alma mater, St. Paul, where he is president of Norwalk Catholic School.
First-year coach Todd Fox has the Norwalk Truckers football team rolling in high gear.
What a week this is going to be in Norwalk.