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  • The Way We Were

    February 24, 1989

  • Spreading Kindness Beyond Newtown

    Members of the Ben’s Bells Newtown (BBN) team visited Pequenakonck Elementary School in North Salem, N.Y., recently.

  • Nourishments: A Simple Snack, In Simple Times

    Recently, a friend offered me some tortilla chips from a local restaurant. I declined, explaining that lately corn chips were making me congested. (What the heck?!)  That got me lamenting to him about how much I missed snacking on corn chips, and how Fritos had figured predominantly in my childhood.

  • Preserving Newtown’s History Is A Centuries-Long Quest

    Nearly a century separates the lives of the man recognized as Newtown’s first historian, Ezra Levan Johnson, and Newtown’s first official historian, Daniel Cruson, but uncanny similarities between the two men make them brethren.

  • Tenth Relay For Life Of Newtown Will Be A Party

    During the kick-off event for this year’s Relay for Life, also the tenth presentation of the event for Newtown, event Chair Christopher Farrington stands with 2014 Honorary Chair Mary Ann Jacob. Both are cancer survivors.

  • Youth Basketball Players, Senior Citizens Come Together For Valentine’s Day Celebration

    Valentine’s Day came a little early for some of Newtown’s youngest as well as the town’s most experienced residents. For the second year in a row, the Newtown Youth Basketball Association (NYBA) teamed with Newtown High School’s girls’ basketball program, the cheerleaders, and the NHS culinary department to hold Senior Citizen Appreciation Night, a pre-Valentine’s Day dinner for the community’s senior citizens.

  • Snapshot: Karyn Holden

    Occupation: I work for Prudential Financial in Shelton as a technical product manager. I’ve been there for 16 years.

    Family: I’ve been married to John for 13 years. I met him on a blind date, 19 years ago. We have two children. Matthew is 7 and Allison is 5 years old. Allison was Newtown’s First Baby in 2009.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Instead of the usual NBC “Bugler’s Dream” trumpet blast that has been greeting my ears during the 2014 broadcasts of the Winter Olympics, I perked up at one point when I recognized the Connecticut-produced “Nothing More” song. “Nothing More” was composed by Tim Warren of the band Alternate Routes, to support Newtown Kindness, an organization founded by the family of Charlotte Bacon, who died 12/14 at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

  • The Way We Were

    February 17, 1989

  • Successful Music For Newtown Auction Means Programs For Resiliency Center

    Stephanie Cinque, founder of The Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN), and Beth Bogdan, who organized two Music For Newtown auctions, on February 1. The women were packaging the items that had sold during Ms Bogdan’s second annual auction, which this year served as a fundraiser for RCN. Ms Bogdan is holding a guitar signed by the members of Florida Georgia Line.