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New Book Stresses Workplace Safety

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
New Book Stresses Workplace SafetyBy Nancy K. CrevierIndustrial safety is an important issue for Newtown resident Joseph M. Cwikla, a certified safety professional, and owner of JMC Consulting. As the head of the safety management and training services company, he has helped train dozens of compan

Authority Seeks Logo For Fairfield Hills

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
Authority Seeks Logo For Fairfield HillsBy Kendra BobowickFairfield Hills Authority members are seeking a little artistic flair from the public. They are looking specifically for a logo to use in signs and printed materials used for official purposes. A recent flyer states, "We would very much l

Reed Sees A Challenge: Bringing Fairfield Hills To The Public

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
Reed Sees A Challenge: Bringing Fairfield Hills To The PublicBy Kendra BobowickA web page, a speaker's bureau, opinion pieces, or possibly a time slot on Channel 17. All options are aimed at bringing a better comprehension of plans for Fairfield Hills to the public. As the former superintendent

June Events At IAIS

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
June Events At IAISWASHINGTON - The Institute of American Indian Studies (IAIS) has two public programs coming up in June, a workshop on botanicals and its annual strawberry festival.

Parking Issues Plague Glander Baseball Complex

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
Parking Issues Plague Glander Baseball ComplexBy Nancy K. CrevierIt might seem that it is not "Nicer in Newtown" to the parents of 11- and 12-year-old baseball players confronted with No Parking signs posted up and down Mile Hill Road near the two baseball fields that make up Glander Complex,

Fawn Found Outdoors Is Probably Not Abandoned

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
Fawn Found Outdoors Is Probably Not Abandoned By Kendra BobowickAnimal Control Officer Carolee Mason can tell by the number of calls she gets these days about deer that the females have begun to drop their young. "I always get calls for fawns in the yard," she said. The doe may leave her fawn

Students Determined To Clean Up The Banks Of The Pootatuck

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
Students Determined To Clean Up The Banks Of The PootatuckBy Kendra BobowickAmong the woodland views along the Pootatuck River that is frequented by anglers and hikers are elements out of place in the rustic landscape. Tangling the laces of hiking boots and cluttering the walkways and banks trave

Toy Closet Items Available All Year

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
Toy Closet Items Available All YearBy Kendra BobowickKnights of Columbus Toy Closet Director Rick Scinto dug through bags crowding the space in the basement of the St Rose Religious Education offices at 38 Church Hill Road. From one he pulled out a remote control car still in its original packagin

Coast To Coast-A Bicycle (Trip) Built For Two

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
Coast To Coast-A Bicycle (Trip) Built For TwoBy Nancy K. CrevierIt is the kind of trip people talk about all of their lives, but Arthur Upshur and his 19-year-old son Raleigh are making it a reality. The two Upshur men will fly out to San Francisco June 4 and begin a bicycle journey that will sp

Trend Sees Cellphone Only Use Growing

Published: June 01, 2007 at 12:00 am
Trend Sees Cellphone Only Use GrowingWASHINGTON (AP) - More than a quarter of young adults have only cellphones, making them the leading edge of a strengthening move away from traditional landline telephones, a recent federal survey showed.Overall, the portion of adults with only cellphones grew

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