Letters to the Editor

  • Dig Pink

    To the Editor: The NHS Girls’ Volleyball families would like to thank the Newtown Community for making our Dig Pink fundraiser a success! Together we raised more than $1,300 for the Side Out Foundation, an or-ganization committed to finding a cure for breast cancer. We greatly appreciate those who came out to contribute to this important cause and to support our athletes.

  • Fall Donations To The Library

    To the Editor: The volunteers from the Friends of the C.H. Booth Library held their usual Fall Donation Day event on Sunday October 18th. It was a pleasure to spend the day greeting those generous citizens bringing boxes, bags, and car loads of books, records, DVDs, CDs, and puzzles to donate.

  • The Town’s Best Interests

    To the Editor: I feel I must respond to the Democrats who state that more Democrats should be elected in our local election because some of the boards/commissions have too many Republicans. How ridiculous is that? Don't we want the best people for the job – people who have common sense, people who don't have a personal agenda, people who have the best interests of the town at heart?

  • Defending Newtown’s Character

    To the Editor: I am currently seeking the office of Legislative Councilperson in Newtown’s First District. I have de-cided to seek this position after the events that transpired in regards to the potential closing of a school this year.

  • Letters of Endorsement

    Local residents endorse candidates for the 2015 Newtown elections.

  • Get Your Pumpkin On

    To the Editor: To the Editor:Have you ever wondered about that house on Main Street with all of the pumpkins in front of it on Halloween? That’s my house, and the pumpkins are a part of a fundraiser called the Great Pumpkin Challenge.

  • Two Informative Days At The Brook

    To the Editor: Last Thursday and Friday, approximately 360 sixth-grade Reed students hiked to Deep Brook and in-vestigated the water quality there, undertaking chemical testing, macroinvertebrate sampling, and visual analysis. This field trip was the kick-off to the students’ year-long investigation of water, as part of their science curriculum. But math, writing, and community outreach, among other areas of study, will be incorporated into this exciting project. The name of the project is GM GREEN.

  • More Company For Commuters

    Attention All Commuters! Do you wish you had more company on the road during your morning and evening commutes?

  • A Truly Special Place

    To the Editor: I want to thank everyone who took time out of their busy schedule to visit Sandy Hook this past Sat-urday for our Fifth Annual Passport to Sandy Hook. Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity (SHOP) is a group of hard working and dedicated merchants, property owners and residents who dedicate a lot of their free time to make Sandy Hook Village a place that I have been proud to call my home for 26 years.

  • The Blight of Political Signs

    To the Editor: I have been very disappointed driving around town and seeing political signs appearing on lawns. I have always thought that one of the charms of Newtown/Sandy Hook was that the political parties had made a gentlemen’s agreement not to post the signs on lawns. It is so refreshing to come home to Newtown and not see the blight of these signs everywhere.