Building inspector Al Brinley said October 29 that he will order the demolition of two Church Hill Road buildings extensively damaged by separate fires during recent weeks. The White Birch Inn Café was struck by fire on October 12, and the Hi-Way Cleaners building on October 19. Mr Brinley said h
Occupation: I'm retired now. I spent 30 years in engineering and then support services for a biotech company that was originally Perkin-Elmer. Of late, I was elected president of the Friends of the C.H. Booth Library. It's a group of the most dedicated people I've ever seen. It's really a
Commercial Real Estate Conditions Moving In Tandem With Overall EconomyHARTFORD - The latest survey of Connecticut commercial real estate conditions shows that a slowdown in overall economic activity has essentially translated into weaker levels of aggregate commercial real estate activity durin
Newtown Specialist Staffing New Dive Medicine PracticeBy John VoketRIDGEFIELD - Newtown resident David Charash, DO, medical director of wound care and hyperbaric medicine at Danbury Hospital, recently began seeing patients at Connecticut's only diving medicine practices.
Free Breast Cancer Survivor SupportBRIDGEPORT - A free breast cancer survivor support group, sponsored by St Vincent's SWIM Across the Sound, meets on the first and third Tuesdays of every month from 5:30 to 7 pm. The group meets on Level 4 of the Elizabeth Pfriem SWIM Center for Cancer Care,
Freshman Forum Highlights The Dangers Of AlcoholBy Eliza HallabeckFor the fourth year, Newtown Parent Connection and the Newtown High School PTSA sponsored a Freshmen Forum on Underage Drinking, on Thursday, October 18. The evening event was conducted for members of the Class of 2016 and their par