To the Editor:
My daughter, Ariana Pensy, is one of the first recipients of the Charlotte Bacon Acts of Kindness Award awarded by Newtown Kindness. We had the amazing honor of being invited to the awards ceremony in February when we traveled to Newtown from Wisconsin.
The awards ceremony was held at The Newtown Healing Art Space. It is a beautiful space; we also spent extended time there the day after the awards ceremony.
To the Editor: The Founder’s Washington, Madison, and Jefferson’s views of “Individual Rights” is similar to those of Dr Ben Carson, who recently wrote, American the Beautiful, a New York Times bestseller. Contrast...
To the Editor:
The following message has been sent to the Board of Education and I am awaiting a full reply regarding action. Students and teachers will be safe during asbestos removal only if school is not in session.
To the Board of Education:
I have a deep concern about the Hawley School boiler replacement project taking place while school is in session. I have a child in first grade there, and while I know safety protocols will be followed, there cannot be a 100 percent guarantee that asbestos will not leak into the air no matter how well the boiler room is sealed off. Even though daily checks on air quality will be followed, and an immediate shutdown would occur in case of a leak, there is a risk to our young children and to teachers. If one child, or one teacher, is affected, that is one too many.
To the Editor: This letter is being sent to share our experiences with fellow Newtowners so that perhaps they can be more prepared than we were when my husband was being discharged from Danbury Hospital for rehabilitation after surgery. We had chosen a wel...
To the Editor: It is with great disappointment that I reflect on the first failed round of the referendum vote. After personally attending countless Board meetings again this year and listening to the discussions once again about the state of our schools, ...
There is a perception that the financial hardships seniors face are exaggerated? But seniors have contributed to the town's development are upset over the continuous increased spending. They were able to save money by being frugal. But their discontent seems to bother other residents.
To the Editor,
I have been away for a number of months, so I am unaware if this idea has been put forward. I note the beautiful job being done in Sandy Hook Center on a new stone wall. I was wondering if we could rename the wall as “The Sandy Hook Memorial Wall,” in recognition of all that so tragically lost their lives in the terrible events that occurred at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.