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Top Five NewtownBee.com Stories For November 8-14



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Each week we compile a list of the most read stories published at newtownbee.com. Here is a roundup of the week’s top five stories, based on the number of page reads.

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“Friday Afternoon House Fire Draws All Newtown Fire Companies, Mutual Aid,” by Shannon Hicks, published November 6. The first coverage of the November 6 fire that left heavy damage to a Wedgewood Court family home. Read more at newtownbee.com/11062020/friday-afternoon-house-fire-draws-all-newtown-fire-companies-mutual-aid.

“Sandy Hook Resident Wins This Year’s Lions Club Mustang Raffle,” by Shannon Hicks, published November 9. Patricia Picerno admitted to being both excited and nervous as she stood next to a beautiful 1966 candy apple red Ford Mustang. Hers was the lucky ticket drawn just 17 days earlier, making Picerno the winner of the 2020 Newtown Lions Club Mustang Raffle. Read more at newtownbee.com/11092020/sandy-hook-resident-wins-this-years-lions-club-mustang-raffle.

“‘Good News Out There,’ Declares Governor Lamont,” by Nancy K. Crevier, published November 10. The focus of Governor Ned Lamont’s Monday, November 9 news briefing was on the “good news out there” of that day: the joint announcement by drug maker Pfizer and Mainz, Germany-based drug maker BioNTech of a COVID-19 vaccine trial with strong, positive results. Read more at newtownbee.com/11102020/good-news-out-there-declares-governor-lamont.

“Joe Proc Melds Four Musical Businesses Together Over Past 40 Years,” by John Voket, published November 9. Need that warped guitar or bass neck tweaked back into playing shape? Joe Proc has you covered. Read more at newtownbee.com/11092020/joe-proc-melds-four-musical-businesses-together-over-past-40-years.

“Minor Injuries For Driver After Truck Crashes Into King’s Restaurant,” by Shannon Hicks, published October 21. An overnight crash reportedly moved the original section of the King’s Restaurant’s building approximately 18 inches. Read more at newtownbee.com/10212020/minor-injuries-for-driver-after-truck-crashes-into-kings-restaurant.

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