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  • Song, Dance, And A Dog At HealingNewtown Arts Space

    A special guest will be on hand at the All Hands In traditional song and dance event scheduled for Friday, March 22, from 6 to 10 pm, at the HealingNewtown Arts Space, 5 Queen Street. Therapy dog Willow, a female white Standard Poodle owned by Alison Kelley, a member of The Johnson Girls & Friends, will be available to offer comfort from 6 to 7 pm, and following the community dance.

  • The Top of The Mountain

    Newtown news, from a cat's point of view.

  • Learning To ‘Fly’ At CircusYoga

    “Are you staying for the flying?” she asked. Kat Barton of A Graceful Planet and the Sandy Hook Peaceful Arts took part in a CircusYoga class Sunday, March 17, with instructors Kevin and Erin Maile O’Keefe. “...

  • ‘Great’ Reunion To Be Held At Fairfield Hills Soccer Field

    The organizing committee for the Great Newtown Reunion, billed as an “all-classes inclusive” homecoming welcoming anyone ever involved with the local public or private school system, will be held on the campus of Fairfield Hills.

  • NHS Grad Fundraising While Protecting Her Former Hometown

    Beth Bogdan, the senior director of artistic relations for Republic Records, usually spends her days handling itineraries, calendars, and travel issues for a artists on the label. Lately the Newtown native has been devoting much of each day to receiving, cataloging and announcing the latest items to be offered during Music For Newtown.

  • The Life Of Pie (And Other Lessons)

    The Beloved Book Group Gals book club of Newtown was pleased to host not only its regular membership, Tuesday, March 6, but also two special guests. Newtown First Selectman Pat Llodra joined the group in learning firsthand from Beth Howard the art of pie making — and life.

  • SNAPSHOT: Dr John Woodall

    Weekly profile of people around town, this week John Woodall

  • The Way We Were

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

  • The Top of The Mountain

    Newtown news, from a cat's point of view

  • Sandy Hook Runner Taking On The "NYC Half" For A Full List Of Reasons

    Anyone who can pick out a blue baseball cap with white stitching that says “Patriots” from the mass of 15,000 runners expected for Sunday’s New York City Half Marathon may be looking at a Sandy Hook resident who will be running that morning. The blue and white c...