William A. “Bill”, “Willy”, “Harry” Rook, 94, a resident of Norco, passed away at his home on April 27, 2019. Husband of the late Doradeese “Deese” Bernadette Poirrier Rook, father of John E. Rook (Mary), […]
Two sites are being considered for purchase that would provide the community of Norco with its first town square that will include a veterans’ memorial. “It fills a lot of pride in your community,” said […]
Trip down Apple Street left quite an impression Sal Digirolamo was in Norco Primary School when then U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) rolled down Apple Street in an open car. “We all were lined […]
The Norco Community Fund or Norco Economic Development Fund will accept grant applications Feb. 22 to March 22. Get guidelines and apply at www.gnof.com. For more information, call Lily Galland, (504) 228-1225.
Theresa Hamilton announced she has joined Cruise Planners, an American Express Travel Representative, the nation’s largest home-based travel agent franchise network in the industry. Affiliation means Hamilton now offers travelers exclusive pricing on a […]
The newly renovated 4,530-square-foot Norco Library will soon open its doors, more than doubling the size of the library that currently serves the area. “This is an area the library has been looking at for […]
Santa’s coming and in Norco it’s really exciting because it’s on a helicopter. Bedazzled in bright red and a flowing white beard, he knows the ride because he’s made this special trip to the levee […]
Puts on one-man-show, hopes to expand efforts Even the toughest crowds for Norco’s Frank LaRosa seem to eventually come around — the singer and performer remembers one such instance fondly. “I remember one lady by […]