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  • The Way We Were

    April 27, 1990

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    April 20, 1990

    By mid-May, Newtown Shopping Center owner and developer Joseph Kasper and adjacent property owner Richard Wiehl expect to reach an agreement on some long-term leasing arrangement to the center of the former White Birch and Oberg Texaco property, they said this week. Meanwhile, Mr Kasper is negotiating with current and prospective tenants, including three unnamed supermarkets who are bidding for A&P’s spot.

     

  • The Way We Were

    April 13, 1990

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    April 6, 1990

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    March 30, 1990

  • The Way We Were

    March 23, 1990

    Geologically, the Pootatuck aquifer will never have a “high” profile, but Newtown’s main underground water source is now at the top of New England environmentalist’s lists. Efforts from concerned citizens and a state legislator to protect the aquifer from contamination have resulted in the naming of the resource as the town’s sole source of drinking water. Only 10 other aquifers in New England states have been given similar standing.

  • The Way We Were

    March 16, 1990

    Shoppers at the Newtown Grand Union won’t have to listen much longer to the buzz of power drills intermingling with piped-in music as the steer their carts from aisle to aisle. “We’re shooting for April 1,” to hold a grand reopening, said store manager William Volage. Since October, outside and interior renovation work has proceeded while the supermarket stayed open for business, with placards announcing a new and improved store.

     

  • The Way We Were

    March 9, 1990

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    March 2, 1990

  • The Way We Were

    February 23, 1990