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  • NMS Health Center Presentation Held, Questions Addressed

    With a design of the planned grant-funded school-based health center for Newtown Middle School on display, a presentation was held on Thursday, October 30, in the auditorium of the Queen Street school.

    After hearing several presentations and visiting site locations, the Board of Education unanimously approved the school-based health center for NMS in September.

  • Evolution Of The Schick Razor, During Historical Society Open House

    Sketches for Schick razor designs, such as the one above from 1967 and the one below, from 1971, both by Martin Glaberson, will be shared during the next Newtown Historical Society open house.

  • 12.14 Foundation Benefit Friday Will Be Packed With Young Broadway Stars

    BETHEL — A special concert featuring the Shapiro Sisters (Abigail and Tony Award honoree and Grammy Award nominee Milly), Paige Brady and Ava Ulloa (Matilda), Zachary Unger (Newsies), Jillian Caillouette (two-time winner of the Connecticut High School Music Theatre Awards) and cast members from all three 12.14 Foundation shows (Seussical: the Musical, The 101 Dalmatians Musical and A ROCKIN’ Midsummer Night’s Dream) will be held at Walnut Hill Community Church on Friday, November 7, beginning at 7 pm.

  • Scrap Tire Storage & Recycling Rules Proposed

    The Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) is scheduled to hold a public hearing on an industrial firm’s request for a zoning rule change that would create a regulatory mechanism to allow scrap tire storage and recycling in M-1 (Industrial) zones under the terms of the P&Z’s special permit process.

    The P&Z hearing on the proposed zoning rule change is slated for 7:30 pm on Thursday, November 6, at Newtown Municipal Center, 3 Primrose Street.

  • P&Z Hearing Postponed On Dodgingtown Subdivision Proposal

    A Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) public hearing on a 23-lot residential subdivision proposed for a 167-acre site in Dodgingtown, which had been scheduled to start on November 6, has been delayed, with the hearing now slated for November 20, town officials said last week.

  • EFT/Tapping Workshops Scheduled For Public, Professionals

    The Newtown-Sandy Hook Community Foundation (NSHCF) and The Tapping Solution Foundation (TTSF) have partnered to provide educational programs for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with EFT/Tapping.

    Complex PTSD symptoms for many Newtown residents, including students, may be overlooked, misdiagnosed and/or undertreated. Somatic release methods like EFT/Tapping address the neurological impact of trauma and assist the brain and body in returning to their natural resourceful and resilient state.

  • Sander To Offer ‘An Introduction To The World Of Antiques’ For Historical Society Program

    The most popular show on public television for several years was Antiques Roadshow. Find out something about why the show was so popular, what composes the world of antiques, and more, during the next Newtown Historical Society program.

    Longtime Newtown resident and antiques dealer Lincoln Sander will present “Introduction to the World of Antiques” on Monday, November 10, at 7:30 pm. The free program will be in the community room of C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street in Newtown.

  • Visconti Voters Can Withdraw Absentee Ballots

    The Connecticut Secretary of the State has announced that absentee voters who cast ballots that included gubernatorial candidate Joe Visconti can withdraw those ballots by 10 am tomorrow, and re-cast new ballots in person at their appropriate voting location.

  • Halloween On Main Street

    Visitors of all ages visited Newtown's Main Street on Friday, October 31, for the biggest costume party of the year, an unofficial gathering that draws residents from across town as well as the region. A number of homeowners went all out with decorations and displays, which were enjoyed for a few hours even with the threat of rain. 

  • Food Drive At Masonicare To Benefit Food Pantry

    Masonicare at Newtown will hold a food drive Monday, November 3, through Sunday, November 23, at its location, 139 Toddy Hill Road in Newtown.

    Donation boxes will be located in the main lobby of Masonicare at Newtown as well as the lobby of Lockwood Lodge.