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Lamont Says Phase 3 Openings Will Begin October 8

Selectmen Shift $400K To Schools As Council Discusses Non-Lapsing Account

Lyddy Looks To Coronavirus-Driven Discipline As Possible Catalyst For Boys’ Soccer Success

Defending Champ Girls’ Booters Honor Seniors As Team Prepares For Future

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Selectmen Shift $400K To Schools As Council Discusses Non-Lapsing Account

Selectmen voted unanimously September 21 to appropriate $400,000 from its fund balance, and shift that money to the Board of Education to tap, if needed, for COVID-related expenses.
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Snapshot: Stephanie Tornatore

Occupation: I am a YouTube creator! My husband, Adam, and I have a channel with 500,000-plus followers where we show people how to quickly make delicious an...
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Sports

Lyddy Looks To Coronavirus-Driven Discipline As Possible Catalyst For Boys’ Soccer Success

Discipline is one of the many key pieces that goes into the success of a sports team. Ryan Lyddy, first-year head coach of the Newtown High School boys’ soccer team, is hopeful the coronavirus-forced rule-following off the field contributes to a good product on the playing surface.
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  • September 26, 2020
  • Edmond Town Hall rear parking lot, 45 Main Street

    Members of Visiting Nurse Association of Newtown will be selling items from nonprofit organization’s thrift shop for $5/bag

    Facemasks required, proceeds benefit local VNA’s outreach efforts; 203-788-5371.

    September 26, 2020 at 09:00 am

    Church Hill Village, 2 The Boulevard

    Public invited to visit recently-opened senior lifestyle community at the corner of The Boulevard and Church Hill Road, view facilities, meet residents and staff, September 25-September 27 during same hours, space limited, reservations requested; 203-745-0968.

     

    September 26, 2020 at 02:00 pm
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