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  • Youth Arrested On Five Sex Assault Charges

    Police report that after he learned that they held a warrant for his arrest, a male under age 18 went to the police station on the evening of September 24 and was charged with five counts of first-degree sexual assault.

    The serious charge is a Class B felony which is punishable by at least one year of imprisonment when incarceration is imposed in a conviction.

  • Gov Malloy: State Pledges Full Support For Sandy Hook School Construction

    HARTFORD — Governor Dannel P. Malloy announced September 24 that the state is pledging its support to the Town of Newtown to facilitate the building of a replacement of Sandy Hook Elementary School and is prepared to approve the first round of funding toward its construction at Friday’s meeting of the State Bond Commission.

  • Newtown-Sandy Hook Community Foundation Hires Executive Director, Begins Recruiting Volunteers

    The Newtown-Sandy Hook Community Foundation has hired a part-time executive director, and has begun the process of identifying members of the community who might serve on a distribution committee to examine needs in the community resulting from the tragedy of 12/14. The foundation has been charged with overseeing the donations received for and disbursed from The Sandy Hook School Support Fund.

  • Household Hazardous Waste Collection This Weekend At Danbury Public Works

    DANBURY — Housatonic Resources Recovery Authority (HRRA) will conduct a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Saturday, September 28, for residents of Newtown, Bethel, Danbury, New Fairfield, Redding, and Ridgefield.

    Residents of these towns can drop off items that are not accepted at landfills and transfer stations between 9 am and 2 pm at Danbury Public Works, 53A Newtown Road (Route 6).

  • Community Input On Library’s Future Runs The Gamut

    Focus groups, along with comments from Booth Library board members, staff, members of the Friends of the C.H. Booth Library, and the public have provided a look at what residents and regular library visitors want to see left alone, as well as what they hope or expect to see changed in the future for the Main Street institution.    

  • Selection Of Two Large-Scale Clean Energy Projects Advances State’s Commitment To Renewable Energy

    HARTFORD — Governor Dannel P. Malloy announced today that Connecticut is taking another step forward toward achieving a cheaper, cleaner, and more reliable energy future for residents and businesses with the selection of two projects that will generate large amounts of electricity from clean energy sources, helping to achieve renewable energy goals at lower costs to ratepayers.

  • Police News, September 6 - 15, 2013

    Berkshire DUI

    Police said they responded to a report of an auto having driven off the roadway near 51 Berkshire Road at about 11:46 pm on September 12.

    Police said their investigation determined that motorist Oskar Dean, 22, of 14 Osborn Hill Road, who was driving a 2001 Ford Taurus station wagon eastward, lost control of the auto, resulting in it traveling off the westbound road shoulder.

  • Fire Reports, September 12 - 19, 2013

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

     

    Thursday, September 12: 7:24 pm, burning odor indoors, 33 Eden Hill Road, Dodgingtown responded; 7:55 pm, alarm, 119 Alberts Hill Road, Sandy Hook responded; 8:36 pm, wires down, near 25 Alberts Hill Road, Sandy Hook responded; 11:53 pm, vehicle fire, I-84, Hook & Ladder responded.

  • Town, Public School District Schedule Pre-Referendum Informational Meetings

    The Town of Newtown and the Newtown Public School District have partnered to offer a series of informational meetings for the public to answer questions about the referendum scheduled for Saturday, October 5. The referendum is to authorize the town government to spend money which has been granted by the State of Connecticut. The referendum question reads:

  • Ceremony Welcomes Saint Michael, Honors Baro

    Officer Handler Felicia Figol stands with Saint Michael, Newtown Police Department’s new K-9, and swears to uphold duty. Swearing them in is Town Clerk Debbie Aurelia Halstead; to the right is Police Chief Michael Kehoe.