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  • Post-12/14 Panel Recommends Mental Health Changes For CT’s Young Adults

    The task force established after the Newtown shootings to examine mental health issues among young adults released 47 recommendations Tuesday in what a key legislative leader described as a “blueprint” for future legislative action on behavioral health.

  • Virginia Man Arrested For Theft Of Sandy Hook Memorial Signs

    McLEAN, VA. (AP) – A Virginia man who believes the Sandy Hook school shootings were a hoax has been charged in the theft of two memorial signs in New Jersey and Connecticut dedicated to victims of those shootings, police said May 30.

    Andrew Truelove, 28, who was renting a room in Herndon, VA has been charged in Fairfax County with possession of stolen property, Herndon police said.

  • Multiple Organizations To Present ‘A Day Of Shared Experience’

    Six community organizations have come together to present “A Day of Shared Experience,” Saturday, May 31, from 9:15 am to 2:30 pm, at Walnut Hill Community Church, 156 Walnut Hill Road in Bethel.

  • Finding A Place On The Gun Issue

    To The Editor:

  • Caring For ‘The Rock of Angels’

    To the Editor:

    I write this after having just viewed a television piece on the furor caused by the disposal of items left at a cemetery in another Connecticut town.

  • New Survey Highlights Concerns For Long-Term Post 12/14 Support

    While many residents surveyed by volunteers of the Newtown-Sandy Hook Community Foundation continue to express a high degrees of anxiety, fear, and stress, it has also become evident that efforts to raise funds to assist these individuals with ongoing counseling are challenged to maintain the level of fundraising required to cover the related costs.

  • Student Fundraiser Donates To Newtown Police Union

    The Newtown Police Union has become the beneficiary of a private fundraising drive initiated by a student majoring in criminal justice at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) in New Britain.

    In ceremonies held January 20 at the police station, CCSU student David Rohner presented to Daniel McAnaspie, the union’s vice president, a check for $12,500, representing money that Mr Rohner and others had raised by selling a lapel pin that commemorates 12/14.

  • Gunman’s Father Met With Advisory Commission Chair

    STAMFORD (AP) — The father of the gunman in the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings has agreed to help a Connecticut commission obtain his son’s school and medical records, which members hope can shed more light on the tragedy.

    Peter Lanza met for an hour Thursday, January 23, with Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson, chairman of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission, which is investigating the events of 12/14. Mr Lanza is the father of the shooter, who killed 20 children and six women before taking his own life as police arrived on the scene.

  • Private Psychology, Public Policy

    When Governor Dannel P. Malloy appointed the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission a year ago, he charged the panel with “taking a broad systemic approach in crafting the recommendations that will lead to comprehensive legislative and policy changes that must occur following the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School.” He explained that this included “ensuring that our mental health system can reach those that need its help.” Like everyone else who has tried to answer the ultimate 12/14 question — why?