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  • Sandy Hook Restaurant Making Season Brighter For Children And Local Families In Need

    Foundry Kitchen & Tavern, at 1 Glen Road in Sandy Hook, has designated its Warner Loft as a drop-off and donation center to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Connecticut and The Newtown Fund and help children and families in need have a brighter holiday season.  Donations will be received through December 10.

  • Church Hill Site Landscaped To Control Access, Improve Appearance

    On November 15, town road department staffers did some work on a large berm that they had constructed on the southern boundary of 75 Church Hill Road, near that street’s intersection with Edmond Road. In April 2007, the town approved construction of a 6,600-square-foot commercial building at the site, but it was never built. 

  • Connecticut Yankee Council’s 21st Annual Greater Good Scout Awards Honor D’Amico, Principi, Fire Company

    DANBURY — Connecticut Yankee Council’s 21st Annual Greater Danbury Good Scout Award luncheon honored two outstanding leaders in the greater Danbury area: Peter D’Amico, chief executive officer and president of SCB International; and Mark Principi, president of Caldwell and Walsh Building Construction, Inc. Both gentlemen were recognized for their understanding of the importance of setting an example, investing in, and giving leadership to programs for young people in the local community.

  • Brookfield Board Member-Elect Apologizes For Newtown Comment

    BROOKFIELD (AP) — A newly elected school board member in Brookfield has apologized for saying on Facebook that he’ll observe the anniversary of the Newtown shooting by distributing ammunition.

  • Fire Reports November 21 - 26, 2013

    The dispatchers at the Newtown Emergency Communications Center at 3 Main Street report the following fire calls and the responders:

     

    Thursday, November 21: 2:37 pm, public service, 166 Mt Pleasant Road, Hawleyville responded; 5:32 pm, public service, 12 Berkshire Road, Sandy Hook responded; 5:32 pm, alarm, 2 Old Castle Drive, Hook & Ladder responded.

  • Tuesday’s Children Announces Support Of Newtown-Based Sister Organization

    New York-based Tuesday's Children, which was established to foster longterm healing in families directly impacted by the events of 9/11, has announced its support for The Resiliency Center of Newtown. RCN was established to help the Newtown community cope with the event of 12/14. The Resiliency Center of Newtown will be the first outside organization Tuesday’s Children will aid with funding and this direction.

  • Flash Flood Warning, Other Advisories In Effect For Fairfield County

    This morning's heavy rain arrives with some warnings and advisories from the National Weather Service.

    NWS in Upton, N.Y., issued a Flash Flood Warning at 5:41 am this morning for Fairfield County. The warning also includes western New Haven County, and Westchester and Rockland counties in New York.

    The warning will remain in effect until 9:30 am.

  • P&Z Approves Fairfield Hills Master Plan Update

    Following lengthy discussion, Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) members have approved an update to the Fairfield Hills Master Plan, a document intended to generally guide future land use at Fairfield Hills, where the town bought 186 acres and many buildings from the state for $3.9 million in 2004.

    The town is in the protracted process of redeveloping the property in the geographic center of town, which formerly served as the psychiatric institution known as Fairfield State Hospital.

  • Trinity Church Votes To Sell Church Hill Parcel To Hook & Ladder

    Newtown Hook & Ladder President Rick Camejo told the Board of Finance and First Selectman Pat Llodra Monday evening that the Trinity Church congregation voted to sell a parcel of land off Church Hill Road to the volunteer fire company to be used as a site for their new headquarters.

  • Police Reports | November 12-23, 2013

    Mercedes Vs Ford

    Police report a two-vehicle accident about 2 pm on November 20 on South Main Street, north of its intersection with Lovell’s Lane.

    Police report that motorist Denise Papp, 43, of New Milford, who was driving a 2005 Ford Escape SUV southward on South Main Street, stopped for traffic conditions and was then struck from behind by motorist Albert Sampley, 90, of 3 Cedar Hill Road, who was driving a 2005 Mercedes-Benz E-320 sedan.