Breaking…Norwood Star launches stellar website today
Norwood news junkies (and who isn’t one?) are about to be in 7th heaven with the new Norwood Star newspaper’s website that opened for business this morning. Putting the 7 Deadly Sins aside for just a minute, Star publisher Vicki Clark and her son Andrew can be very proud of the website they’ve constructed, a website that is sure to be the envy of other Tri-State communities. Not only is there a slideshow of the recent Norwood Community Chorus’ concert on the home page, why, we even see our own blog headlines on the left side (thank you, Andrew!), plus there’s a Community Calendar page we’re sure will be filling up soon, and many other terrific features. It is our pleasure to add www.norwoodstar.com to our links on the right.
The first issue of the Norwood Star will be delivered this Friday and Saturday. Here’s what Andrew told us about it:
“We will be delivering to every household, but if for some reason should someone not get one (we aren't delivering to every apartment building because we don't know exactly how many there are) they can pick up a copy at Ameristop (across from the high school) or Linda's Beauty Salon at 2025 Worth Avenue (we are working on UDF, but they want to see the first issue first). If someone is still unable to get one they can contact us through the website and we will get them a copy.”
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