Norwalk bar owner won't let winter storm affect St. Patrick's Day celebrations

Winter's return has forced some stores in Norwalk to scramble to get snow gear back out for customers.Just days ago, local residents had visions of spring with the warm temperatures. By Friday, however,

News 12 Staff

Mar 16, 2007, 4:18 PM

Updated 6,274 days ago

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Norwalk bar owner won't let winter storm affect St. Patrick's Day celebrations
Winter's return has forced some stores in Norwalk to scramble to get snow gear back out for customers.Just days ago, local residents had visions of spring with the warm temperatures. By Friday, however, residents were racing out to stock up on food, rock salt, shovels and other items.The storm is also forcing people to stock up for St. Patrick's Day in case the roads are too dangerous Friday night. The owners of O'Neill's Pub in Norwalk say they will have snow removal crews out early on Saturday so their guests will be safe. Ollie O'Neill says he expects the party to go on regardless of how much snow hits southwestern Connecticut.


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