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State DEP Concerned About Syndrome Killing Bats

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
State DEP Concerned About Syndrome Killing BatsHARTFORD (AP) - Connecticut environmental officials say they are concerned about a large number of bats being killed off by an illness while they hibernate. The state Department of Environmental Protection says white nose syndrome has been attacking

Thursday, March 19: 9:10 am, alarm, 16 Willow Brook Lane, Dodgingtown responded; 3:19 pm, alarm, 2 Old Hawleyville Road, Hawleyville and Hook & Ladder responded; 4:02 pm, mutual aid call to Monroe, Botsford responded; 4:46 pm, motor vehicle accid

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Thursday, March 19: 9:10 am, alarm, 16 Willow Brook Lane, Dodgingtown responded; 3:19 pm, alarm, 2 Old Hawleyville Road, Hawleyville and Hook & Ladder responded; 4:02 pm, mutual aid call to Monroe, Botsford responded; 4:46 pm, motor vehicle accident, Butterfield Road, Hawleyville responded.ÂÂ

Saturday, March 28

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Saturday, March 28 Newtown Parent Connection's Parent University, begins 8 am, Newtown Middle School, 11 Queen Street, free, daylong event with workshops, speakers, and activities geared toward positive parenting, keynote address by Norm Bossio, babysitting available (must register); 270-1600. B

Recycled Art Competition Returns

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Recycled Art Competition ReturnsBy Nancy K. Crevier"Reuse, Recycle, Reinvent" is the motto of the Second Annual Recycled Art Earth Day Competition hosted by owner Rob Kaiser at Mocha Coffeehouse on Glen Road in Sandy Hook Center, and Mr Kaiser has already completed his entry for this year, "

Newtown Support Groups

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Newtown Support GroupsFriday, March 27 AA, Newtown United Methodist Church, 92 Church Hill Road, 8 pm, beginners meeting, open discussion.Saturday, March 28 Daily Reflections meeting, St Rose School (Monsignor Conroy Room), 46 Church Hill Road, 6:30 to 8 pm. Sunday, March 29 AA, Newtown Senior C

Share Newtown's history with Newtown old-timers and newcomers alike by passing on photos of interest to The Newtown Bee. The Bee welcomes submissions of photos for "The Way We Were." Photos can be submitted via email to Nancy@thebee.com or hard

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Share Newtown's history with Newtown old-timers and newcomers alike by passing on photos of interest to The Newtown Bee. The Bee welcomes submissions of photos for "The Way We Were." Photos can be submitted via email to Nancy@thebee.com or hard copies can be sent to The Newtown Bee, 5 Church

Platinum Rings

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Platinum RingsA woman who was at Dickinson Park at 50 Elm Drive between 3 and 4 pm on March 18 lost both a platinum engagement ring and a platinum wedding ring there, police report.Police ask anyone who finds the finger rings to contact them at 426-5841. Wheelchair Found

Oak Ridge III Subdivision Gains P&Z Approval

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Split Rock Stays Dead End- Oak Ridge III Subdivision Gains P&Z ApprovalBy Andrew GoroskoFollowing lengthy review, Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) members have unanimously approved the Oak Ridge III residential subdivision, and have decided to allow the nearby Split Rock Road to rema

Head O' Meadow Second Graders Give Musical A Whack

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Head O' Meadow Second Graders Give Musical A WhackBy Eliza Hallabeck"The strangest zoo you ever knew was in the town of Wackadoo," second grade students at Head O' Meadow Elementary School said from the school's stage in the cafeteria on Wednesday, March 18. The students played lions, co

Passport Day Coincides With Food Drive

Published: March 27, 2009 at 12:00 am
Passport Day Coincides With Food DrivePostmaster Mike Kulikowski is trying something new: He hopes to generate some much-needed inventory for the local food pantry by holding a food drive beginning with this weekend's passport day at Newtown Post Office at 5 Commerce Road.

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