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Norwalk growing into major player, mayor says – but some big...

"More people are starting to take notice of who we are and what we have to offer," says Harry Rilling, recently elected to his fourth term as mayor. "We’ve got it all.”

Maritime Aquarium sets course for expanded services, philanthropy under new leadership

“We want our visitors to come in as excited guests and leave as conservation stewards," says new president and CEO Jason Patlis, whose resume includes top positions at the Wildlife Conservation Society, the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, and the World Wildlife Fund.

Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk names Jason Patlis president/CEO

Jason Patlis, who officially joins the aquarium Nov. 4, is executive director of Marine Conservation Programs for the Wildlife Conservation Society in the Bronx.

Norwalk development going strong – but Walk Bridge still a thorn...

A recent bus tour by U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy and Mayor Harry Rilling highlighted a number of projects now underway.

Long-delayed Walk Bridge project set to start on nation’s busiest commuter...

“It’s been a long process,” allowed Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, “and there’s still quite some time to go.”

Walk Bridge replacement work in Norwalk uncovers 3,000-year-old artifacts

Along with components of a Contact Period Native American fort, the find includes arrowheads, flints and a variety of tools.

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk seeks continued growth after 30 years

Annual attendance of nearly 500,000 results in an annual economic impact of $25 million on the city and $42 million on the state through visitor spending and execution of its $12.3 million budget.

State: Walk Bridge work proceeding on schedule

Connecticut officials say the Norwalk rail structure is on schedule be completely replaced by 2020.

FTA allots $161M to fix Walk Bridge in Norwalk

The bridge, on the Metro-North line, is 118 years old and has malfunctioned twice recently.

Connecticut moves on quick fix for Norwalk railroad bridge

The 118-year-old bridge recently malfunctioned twice within a two-week period, causing rippling delays.