Norwalk’s fire station recently was featured in Firehouse magazine’s Station Design Awards.
It’s close to most everything.
There’s a lot to consider when exploring whether to turn Norwalk’s former fire station into a homeless shelter.
Old fire station might make nice shelter for homeless men; local resident seeking suggestions.
Firefighters put their lives on the line for each and every one of us.
City still would have $3.5 million more in the Light Fund Trust Account if residents had been asked to pay for new fire station through a levy.
Pastel painting is the work of local artist Nancy Beckett.
“When you go through our station, there are fingerprints of our whole community.”
Franklin Street was opened about the time of the Civil War and was known as the Gas Alley.
Estimated move-in date is late October to early November.
Workers rush to enclose station after bad weather