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  • Families of 12/14 Victims Present Letter To Legislators

    Prior to the vote on gun legislation held Monday, April 1, at the State Capitol, the following letter was presented to members of the Connecticut legislative body at a press conference facilitated by Sandy Hook Promise, in the office of Senator John McKinney. Speaking briefly at the press conference was Nicole Hockley, the mother of Sandy Hook Elementary School first grade student Dylan Hockley, who perished 12/14. Bill Sherlach, husband of school psychologist Mary Sherlach who died at the school 12/14, read the letter.

  • A Pragmatic Approach To Fund Disbursement

    To the Editor:

    In the New York Times on March 24th, Will Rogers is quoted as saying, “this will be a thankless job”, in regards to disbursing the $10.2M fund collected by the United Way.

    First, I would like for Mr Rogers to publicly apologize to all the people who donated to that fund for his insensitive remark.

  • In Appreciation Of The Police

    To the Editor:

    I think that appreciation for the Newtown Police Department has never been as high as it is now after the events of 12/14.  Having been thrust into a situation for which there is no adequate preparation and having to live with the aftermath on a day-to-day basis goes way beyond what would be considered normal professional duties.

  • State Officials Seeking Details On Growing List Of 12/14 Charities, Funds

    Attorney General George Jepsen and Consumer Protection Commissioner William M. Rubenstein want more information about how much money has been collected by dozens of charities that have sprung up in the wake of the Sandy Hook School tragedy. The state officials also hope to identify the intended recipients of money collected or already disbursed.

  • State's Attorney's Statement On The Release On Additional Information On The Sandy Hook School Shootings

    Stephen J. Sedensky III, State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Danbury, today released the following statement concerning the December 14, 2012, tragedy at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut:

    On the morning of December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza, the shooter, age 20, of 36 Yogananda St., Newtown, shot his mother, Nancy Lanza, age 52, in her bed with a .22 caliber rifle. There was no indication of a struggle.

  • State's Attorney's Statement On The Release of Additional Information On The Sandy Hook School Shootings

    Stephen J. Sedensky III, State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Danbury, today released the following statement concerning the December 14, 2012, tragedy at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

    On the morning of December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza, the shooter, age 20, of 36 Yogananda St., Newtown, shot his mother, Nancy Lanza, age 52, in her bed with a .22 caliber rifle. There was no indication of a struggle.

  • Newly Released Documents Reveal More 12/14 Details

    DANBURY — Court officials this week disclosed information uncovered by the ongoing state police investigation into the December 14 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in which a gunman on a shooting rampage killed 20 first-graders and six educators, before killing himself as police approached.

  • Kenny Chesney Honors Sandy Hook

    Kenny Chesney performing at Mohegan Sun Arena, wearing the bracelet Gabby and Catherine had given to him.

  • New Hope Community Church’s Canadian Connection

    Slave Lake, Alberta, resident Mike Hughes felt moved to respond with action, even from 3,000 miles away, when he heard about 12/14. The photographer began offering copies of this photo for sale, and sent proceeds to New Hope Community Church of Newtown.