Former Norwalk public works engineer: “As a government employee, you are resigned to not get a compliment.”
As the Norwalk Economic Development Corp. pushes ahead in 2019, the focus is on local businesses and jobs.
There are great jobs in Norwalk; the key is finding the right people to fill the right positions.
Sandusky city manager says “a lot of places would kill for the downtown that Norwalk has.”
Norwalk mayor says plant is “continuing to hire.”
NEDC honors local businesses for success and community contribution at annual ceremony
DFCA is a “proactive, student-led option to help address the issue of drug use in our community.”
The proposed ordinance before council that would have allowed NOPEC to establish and maintain a “do not knock” registry died without a motion.
Students become members of the club once they pass a confidential drug test.
The RISE Norwalk kick-off event takes place Feb. 6 at the Norwalk Economic Development Corporation’s office.
Norwalk real-estate development company turned old Kmart building into Water Source.
Steve Zigo is honored for being a “tireless advocate” of economic development.
Norwalk council member was the Norwalk Economic Development Corp. assistant director starting in March 2015.
“Drone footage is a big key to marketing properties these days.”
Chamber boss: “(Women) make, at the same job, less money than men. It’s not because we choose less money, but because we get paid less money.”