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  • The Way We Were

    February 23, 1990

  • The Way We Were

    February 9, 1990

    On January 26, town officials signed the contracts that will launch a new regional paramedic intercept program that will operate out of the Danbury Hospital and serve the towns of Newtown, Bethel, and Redding. The program comes as the result of the hard work and persistent persuasion of local ambulance workers. The added cost for Newtown will be just under $100,000. That cost will decrease if other towns choose to join. The benefits of the program are incalculable.

  • The Way We Were

    February 2, 1990

  • The Way We Were

    January 26, 1990

  • The Way We Were

    January 19, 1990

  • The Way We Were

    January 5, 1990

  • The Way We Were

    December 29, 1989

    Kevin Jones, a deputy planning director in Roswell, Ga., has been selected as Newtown’s first economic development coordinator, and was expected to confirm his verbal acceptance of the post, Thursday. If Mr Jones confirms the hiring, he would begin work in early February at a salary of $52,000.

     

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  • The Way We Were

    December 22, 1989

    Bill Manfredonia says he believes in education. And he’s in a good position to see that his philosophy is carried out at Newtown High School. Mr Manfredonia was hired as principal for the high school as of December 19, with a salary of $70,000. He had been serving as interim principal since June while the school board conducted a search for a new principal when Tim Breslin, former principal, left to become superintendent of Regional School 6.

  • The Way We Were

    December 15, 1989

  • The Way We Were

    December 8, 1989