Andrew Clure

  • Community Center Planning And Construction Forums Set

    The Parks & Recreation Commission and the Commission on Aging are coordinating a series of public information sessions regarding community center planning and construction prior to a March 21 referendum to approve project funding. Providing “the big picture” for people to understand, and “to hear their input on the possibilities of this phased project,” is the main goal of forums to be hosted by the Parks and Recreation Commission, said Parks and Recreation Department Director Amy Mangold.

  • Community Center Review Envisions Components, Usage, Costs

    About a year ago, on the heels of a $15 million gift to Newtown from General Electric, the Board of Selectmen appointed an advisory committee to look into the scope, logistics, cost, and future usage potentials of a community center that would be developed and operated through that generous donation.

  • Video Game Tournament Saturday At SH Arcade Center

    Pinball table manufacturer Stern Pinball, Inc. is partnering with the Sandy Hook Arcade Center to host a video game tournament, the company announced on March 13.

    The Sandy Hook Challenge Tournament is open to children and teenagers. It will be held at Sandy Hook Arcade Center, the non-profit arcade within Sand Hill Plaza, 228 South Main Street. The tournament will be held Saturday, March 16, with qualifying rounds beginning at 4 pm. The final round will begin at 6:30, and winners will be awarded trophies provided by Sandy Hook Arcade Center at 7. 

  • Sandy Hook Arcade Center Now Open In Sand Hill Plaza

    From left are Jillian Clure, Hannah and Rachel Cicciari, Tyler Clure, and Andrew Cicciari, welcoming guests to the arcade that their fathers Andrew Clure and Scott Cicciari recently opened.