CT-Moms Online, the only non-profit parenting forum in Fairfield County, has partnered with over a dozen parenting organizations around the area for the 7th Annual Diaper Drive.
The drive continues through the end of May at all 17 area locations of Bright Horizons Early Education & Preschool, The Little Gym, Tumble Jungle (including the Newtown location at 224 South Main Street) and KidVille, covering spanning the area from Stamford to Newtown with the help of over 20 town coordinators.
Through laughter and tears, sisters Sarah and Hannah D'Avino and their mother, Mary, spoke briefly on May 10 about their late sister and daughter Rachel D’Avino, who was killed on 12/14. She was a teacher’s aide and behavioral therapist at Sandy Hook School.
“We’re going to help continue Rachel’s dream of helping [children with] autism,” said Mary D’Avino.
Ahead of an expected June 5 town presentation on the plans for Sandy Hook Elementary School, representatives of Svigals + Partners unveiled some of the first renderings of the new building during a Public Building & Site and Board of Education joint meeting Wednesday, May 14.
On the night of May 3, police received a complaint about an incident that had allegedly occurred, after which they investigated and went to the Riverside section of Sandy Hook where they arrested Alexander Spears, 21, of 138 Underhill Road, Unit 4, on charges of threatening and second-degree harassment.
After processing, police released Spears on a written promise to appear in court on May 20.
The radio dispatchers at the Newtown Emergency Communications Center at Town Hall South, 3 Main Street, report the following fire calls and the responders:
Thursday, May 8: 5:03 pm, odor of gas indoors, 3 Pole Bridge Road, Sandy Hook responded; 5:13 pm, motor vehicle accident, near 129 South Main Street, Hook & Ladder responded; 8:48 pm, medical assist, Glen Road, Sandy Hook responded.
With more than 17 years of volunteer service between them, Mary Gaudet-Wilson and Marjorie Cramer stepped down recently from the Conservation Commission. Ms Gaudet-Wilson had served on the commission for seven years, and Ms Cramer had more than a decade to her credit.
DANBURY — Fran Normann, executive director of Housatonic Habitat for Humanity, has announced the appointment of David Moseman to the group’s Advisory Council.
“The Advisory Council is a valuable resource to the affiliate in the areas of business development and operations,” said Ms Normann. “I am pleased to have David join this group of talented business professionals and community leaders to help guide Housatonic Habitat for Humanity forward.”
A wooden tower and series of ramps rose last Wednesday at Dickinson Park, filling the place where FunSpace used to be. The old playground, built in 1989, that had offered a place for recreation until it was closed in early October and razed soon after, is being replaced by another play space.