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  • Snapshot: Bonnie Bianco

    A weekly profile of a local person.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Newtown, from a cat's point of view.

  • Lisa Unleashed: New Year’s Hope

    There are two paths we take as one year passes into the next; one looking forward to the coming year and another looking back on what just transpired. Some face firmly in one direction or the other, some do both, a moment of reflection before planning another year. I used to take that two-faced approach, looking back over my shoulder, then looking ahead to the unknown. This New Year’s ritual I found mostly depressing as it forced me to focus on what I didn’t accomplish looking back. Then, along with setting new goals for the future, I found myself putting the same items back onto the resolution list all over again. So, I stopped doing it! Instead I followed my dogs’ advice, which was staring me right in the face, usually after they just licked it.

  • Snapshot: Tory Gozzi

    A weekly profile of a local person.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Newtown, from a cat's point of view.

  • The Way We Were

    A look back at Newtown 25, 50, 75, and 100 years ago.

  • The Way We Were

    A look back at Newtown 25, 50, 75, and 100 years ago.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Newtown, from a cat's point of view.

  • Snapshot: Peter Andrew

    A weekly profile of a local person.

  • A Look Back At The People Of Newtown, 2014

    Every year, The Newtown Bee is privileged to share the stories of Newtown residents and organizations, and among the many highlighted in 2014, were stories about residents advancing their careers with promotions and celebrating milestones, creating films, traveling, earning honors and awards, and working on long-term projects for the greater good of the community. Newtown Bee Reporter Nancy K. Crevier offers this look back at a few of the people whose stories unfolded during the past 12 months.