Norfolk Stories, Recollections of Our Century published by The Norfolk Historical Commission - the first ever oral recollections of our town's history.
The Town of Norfolk celebrates its 125th anniversary with parades and ceremonies.
The town bandstand that had graced Town Hill and weathered two World Wars was removed from it's proud location as work commenced on a new replacement destined like its predecessor to become a new town landmark.
Norfolk secures the deed for land in the town center behind Town Hill for a new town hall.
Substantial sewage discharge from a leak at the correctional facilities pollutes Highland Lake.
The 17 acre Kunde Conservation Forest at the rear of the H. Olive Day School is formally dedicated.
The ancient Ware Crypt next to the library is destroyed by some careless bulldozing by the Roadstar Construction Company - reconstruction will be in line with old photographs of the site.