Lines are open at Norwalk City Hall

The phones are ringing again at City Hall today.AT&T says the majority of customers impacted by a phone service outage have been restored.One of the

NORWALK - The phones are ringing again at City Hall today.

AT&T says the majority of customers impacted by a phone service outage have been restored.

One of the buildings affected by the outage that started over the weekend is Norwalk City Hall.

AT&T says a construction crew working with Metro-North accidentally cut the network cables.

City employees say it was eerily quiet without the phones working yesterday, but used e-mail and cell phones to stay connected.

Service should be restored to those still without phone service by this afternoon.

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