Top Five NewtownBee.com Stories For May 30 To June 5
Each week we compile a list of some of the most-read stories published at newtownbee.com. Here is a roundup of the week’s recent top stories, based on the number of page reads.
“Main Street Fence To Stay Standing, Requires Hedges,” by Alissa Silber, published June 4. The Borough of Newtown Historic District Commission recently continued a public hearing regarding a Certificate of Appropriateness for a fence located at a residential home on Main Street. Read more at newtownbee.com/06042021/main-street-fence-to-stay-standing-requires-hedges.
“Newtown Board Of Realtors President Sees Sellers’ Boom Continuing,” by John Voket, published June 4. As an agent herself, Board of Realtors President Cyndy DaSilva is experiencing the same thing as most of her colleagues here in Newtown, around Connecticut, and across the nation. Read more at newtownbee.com/06042021/newtown-board-of-realtors-president-sees-sellers-boom-continuing.
“A ‘Great Time’ For Newtown High School Seniors,” by Eliza Hallabeck, published June 4. More than 200 students celebrated summer, the end of their senior year, and being outside at a Newtown High School senior barbecue. Read more at newtownbee.com/06042021/a-great-time-for-newtown-high-school-seniors.
“Records Set By Hawks In Track And Field Meet,” by Andy Hutchison, published May 30. Newtown High School’s track and field teams participated in the South-West Conference championships. Read more at newtownbee.com/05302021/records-set-by-hawks-in-track-and-field-meet.
“Three Months After Devastating Crash, Future Of King’s Uncertain,” by John Voket, published January 22. Three months after an errant commercial truck driver barreled into the popular King’s eatery at 271 South Main Street, its future was uncertain. Read more at newtownbee.com/01222021/four-months-after-devastating-crash-future-of-kings-uncertain.