A horrible tragedy occurred in our town. Our pediatric practice lost several patients. I held two of these babies in my arms in the delivery room when they were born. And I was at the firehouse that night with the older brother of one of our children.
In response to the “Editorial Ink Drops” printed in The Bee 02/15/13, I am truly saddened by the editor of The Bee's view of certain government affairs and agencies. I wonder if there is a personal agenda attached to his remarks last week, or if it is simply not knowing history or understanding the Constitution of The United States of America?
Much has been said recently about this issue and by now it is understood that the Children of Newtown Choir, which recorded “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and performed on Good Morning America, is not and never claimed to be sponsored by or part of the Newtown school system. It is an independent group of 21 children, all but one of whom live in Newtown, originated by Tim Hayes, an independent producer who wanted to do something good for the town, and directed by Sabrina Post, who operates Sabrina’s Encore Productions LLC in Newtown.
A really nice thing happened when I came out of choir practice at St Rose Church last Thursday night. Someone left a bag of homemade cookies with a red heart on it on my car. It had this inscription on it: 26 Acts of Kindness and Love in honor of Charlotte Bacon Happy Valentine's Day, A Sandy Hook Resident.
Newtown is experiencing a surge in the frequency and rate of outdoor target shooting and a proliferation in the number of unregulated shooting ranges on private properties. The number of shooting complaints by worried homeowners logged by the Newtown Police has doubled in the past year alone.
To the Editor: The March for Change in Hartford on Valentine's Day was a moving experience with an impressive group of Newtowners in attendance. The rally attracted more than 5,500 concerned Connecticut citizens. Regardless of one's...
To the Editor: I am writing on behalf of our neighborhood and as the father of three children in Newtown schools who have lived in Newtown for 11 years. On any given weekend in the warmer months, our neighborhood will sometimes soun...
Since the tragic events of December 14, numerous communities and people from around the country who have experienced similar tragedies have reached out to the United Way of Western Connecticut. They have shared with us their stories and lessons learned with us and have been a source of strength and inspiration.