Home

News

  • Márquez -Greene Family Launches The Ana Grace Project

    The family of Ana Grace Márquez-Greene launched the Ana Grace Project of Klingberg Family Centers on October 22, to honor their daughter’s life that ended at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. The project’s mission is to promote love, connection, and community for every child and family.

  • Candidates Discuss Education At Bee Forum

    Glancing around the historic Edmond Town Hall lobby where voices echoed during a brief meet-and-greet on Tuesday, October 22, incumbent Board of Education Secretary Kathryn Hamilton considered other prospective and incumbent candidates. “We’re all good; any combination of us would be good,” she observed.

  • 2013 Election Candidate Profiles

    Click on the name to view more information about the candidate. Be sure to click on the "Show Replies" links in each of the candidate surveys to see the answers to the survey questions.

    Board of Selectmen

    First Selectman E. Patricia Llodra (R)

  • Walls Begin To Go Up At New Ambulance Facility

    “Concrete block walls are going up” at the new ambulance garage site, said Newtown Volunteer Ambulance Corps board member Bruce Herring.

    As of Wednesday, October 16, the concrete slab for the new construction’s living area had been poured, and the slab for the garage portion of the two-story, six-bay ambulance facility at Fairfield Hills will “hopefully” be poured in coming days.

  • Reminder: School Board Candidates Forum Tuesday At ETH Theatre

    Newtown residents who want to learn first-hand what positions Board of Education candidates are taking on important issues related to the Newtown School District are invited to meet those individuals and hear their comments during a free forum being hosted by The Newtown Bee.

  • Prosecutor Writing Report On 12/14

    The top state law enforcement official in the Danbury judicial district said Monday, October 21, that he has started writing a report based on the results of a police investigation into the shooting incidents of December 14, 2012, in Sandy Hook, in which 28 people died.

    State’s Attorney Stephen J. Sedensky, III, told The Newtown Bee he is reviewing the content of the police probe and is now in the process of writing his report on it, which will be made public.

  • Making Way For A New Playscape

    Loud cracking sounds came from the corner of Funspace at Dickinson Park playground on Thursday, October 10. But the slides, swings, and wooden playscape were empty. The playground was silent except for popping noises and the hum of hydraulics.

  • DOT Night-Time Resurfacing Project Announced: I-84 Exit 11 Ramp, Monday Overnight

    The Connecticut Department of Transportation has announced plans for a project that will resurface a 4,000-foot segment of the I-84 Exit 11 ramp.

    The project is scheduled to begin at 9 pm Monday, October 21, and continue until 5 am Tuesday, October 22.

    The work, according to an employee at CT DOT, will cover both ramps. Resurfacing will run from where the east- and westbound offramps meet, out to Wasserman Way. It will also cover the onramps, from Wasserman Way to just north of the Berkshire Road overpass.

  • Police Reports October 4 - 11, 2013

    Holster Found

    Police report that at about 12:15 am on October 14, a person found a black, molded leather, paddle-style holster in the Vining Road area. Such holsters are used to carry a pistol on a waist belt. Vining Road is a side street off Toddy Hill Road. The holster’s owner may contact police at the police station to claim the item.

     

    Illegal Dumping

  • Pumpkin Festival Sparkles At Fairfield Hills

    Hundreds of pumpkins’ carved faces came to life with inner lights as darkness fell Saturday, October 12. Glow sticks inside the hollowed pumpkins created an eerie twinkling across the Fairfield Hills grounds, making a magical scene of the first Newtown Pumpkin Festival.