Here are details about the first settlers in the village of Norwalk.
David Thoreau’s theories of simple living in natural surroundings are fine, but someone has to grow food and manufacture consumer goods.
Call for county government in North Fairfield.
On July 5, 1903, the town was known officially as Chicago, Ohio, and there was much activity as usual in the large yards of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Fifty years before the 1886 bridge was opened, there was a plan to build a bridge at the same spot, but it never came to fruition.
It wasn’t until 1890 that American flags began to be displayed inside of and outside of schools.
In all of his 45 years of writing this column, he’s never answered these local history questions.
Both the southwest and the northwest corner lots at Main, Benedict and Whittlesey were vacant until 1854.
It was reported that at least 75 shots were fired at the house and 11 were returned — with deadly results.
Three-story school building collapses during construction, causing quite a controversy.
Man who had been partially disabled in working as a bridge builder served nine years as a justice of the peace in Norwalk.
Most of the early people were from Connecticut and were of the Episcopalian faith.
A number of people, especially rural residents, were active bootleggers during Prohibition.
Did the painters go to work on the judge after the surgeons got through with him or was it simultaneous?
Man preyed on sympathies of local residents.