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  • Dragon Lands At The Library

    To the Editor:  There is someone new at the Booth Library. He is in a lighted glass case in the children's section.  He is a dragon. Last fall, when the kids at the Middle School built their Halloween arrangements for the ...

  • Timeless Work For Newtown

    To the Editor: Chuck and I were so sorry not to be able to attend the event for Julia Wasserman and Mae Schmidle, but we did want to add our two cents about these outstanding and notable ladies for their timeless work for Newtown.  We are pleased Juli...

  • A Great Start For The Sunday Cinema Series

    To the Editor: Last Sunday at the Edmond Town Hall, I was so pleased to welcome enthusiastic audiences who turned out for Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the first film in this year’s Sunday Cinema Series. As the host of these screenings, I look for...

  • School Board Made The Right Decision

    To the Editor: Thank you Board of Education for listening and hearing what many in Newtown had to say and unanimously voting to not close a school in the 2016-17 academic year.  At this meeting, the board agreed that more work needs to be don...

  • The Woeful State Of Sportsmanship In Newtown

    To the Editor: My 16-year-old son and his Norwalk Babe Ruth team had an extremely upsetting game yesterday at Newtown High School against a fellow Newtown Babe Ruth team. The game had started fine, and Newtown was winning at the bottom of the fourth inning...

  • Affection, Admiration, and Gratitude

    To the Editor: Many words have been written and spoken about the achievements of Julia Wasserman and Mae Schmidle and of the contributions each has made to Newtown and to this state. But I’d like to add a personal perspective.

  • Save Our Schools From Common Core

    To the Editor: SOS-squared, to the second power. It is extremely gratifying to see signs across Newtown calling on our local leaders to “save our schools.”  But, as we seek to maintain our neighborhood schools and protect our buildings fro...

  • Protecting Pets From Rabies

    To the Editor: On Saturday June 20th volunteers made it possible to offer Newtown its 30th annual Low Cost Anti-Rabies Clinic.  Local veterinarian Dr Kate Bakewell and assistant Mary Simpson of Mt. Pleasant Hospital for Animals...

  • Hawley School As Mary Hawley Intended It

    To the Editor: Mary Hawley gave us many gifts. The most notable one was Hawley School. It's not only a school but a great memorial in memory of her love and dedication to our town. Many children were educated in the school and still are.

  • Make The Right Choices For Newtown

    To the Editor: Like others, I moved to Newtown with the hopes of starting a family in a closely-knit community with an excellent school system. I want to advocate for keeping our schools open especially when all the facts aren’t in. I stand with Jim Gaston the Newtown Parents, families and teacher...