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  • R2R Cyclists Take On The Minuteman Challenge (And Connecticut’s Hills)

    American Legion Escort J.R. Dye watches as bicyclers ride from Southbury into Sandy Hook on Tuesday, September 10. The group of 150 bicycle riders, predominantly injured veterans, traveled by bicycle through Newtown that afternoon. The riders were on day three of a seven-day challenge that will eventually take them over 425 miles, finishing in Philadelphia on September 14. 

  • Bridgeport Firefighters, Creators Of 26 Angels Fund, Thank First Responders

    Speaking as a Sandy Hook resident, the mother of two children, and wife of a Bridgeport firefighter, Kristen Boroskey, third from left, thanked Sandy Hook firefighters for being part of the effort of recovery following 12/114. Bridgeport firefighters have launched The 26 Sandy Hook Angels Fund, and are hoping to help pay for a carousel to be gifted to the town of Newtown. With Mrs Boroskey, from left are Paul and Madison Boroskey; in her arms is the couple's son Will.

  • Sandy Hook Strong T-Shirts Raise Thousands For Family Healing Fund

    Rankin Sports and Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company recently donated $15,000 to The Sandy Hook Family Healing Fund. The funds came through the sale of green and white T-shirts that were designed shortly after 12/14.

    Green T-shirts feature an adapted Sandy Hook Fire logo on the front, and 26 sets of footprints on the back, with the lettering and artwork done in white. Below the footprints is the date 12-14-12, and the words Sandy Hook Elementary School.

  • Emblems Of Encouragement And Support

    To suitably display the many shoulder patches that the Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company has received from various emergency service organizations since 12/14, members of the Chesapeake Beach Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department, Inc, of Virginia Beach, Va., have donated two large, custom-made wooden display cases, seen at the rear, to the Sandy Hook volunteer fire company.

  • Shake It For Sandy Hook

    Shake It For Sandy Hook, 1-3 pm, Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street, $15/advance, $20/door, all ages welcome, no fitness experience necessary for choreographed fitness routines that combine athletic drills, dance moves, strength training and fun that combines old school aerobics, kickboxing and dance moves, presented by VGroove Fitness instructors, space limited, also raffles, angel pins, proceeds to be divided between Sandy Hook Promise (raffles), Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue and Hook & Ladder Vol.

  • Sandy Hook Fire Station Adds A Constellation Of Remembrance

    Twenty-six copper stars were attached to the roof of the Sandy Hook Fire & Rescue main station on New Year’s Day, representing the lives that were taken 18 days earlier at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Trumbull resident Greg Gnandt, who has close ties to Newtown, spearheaded the project. It is one of the first permanent memorials to the victims of December 14.