BETHEL — Rep. Raghib Allie-Brennan (D-2) and Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz will host an Opioid Roundtable to discuss the impact of opioid on families and communities across Connecticut and solutions for addressing this public health crisis. The evnt is scheduled
The C.H. Booth Library invites students in grades fifth through eighth to enter the much-anticipated 2019 Battle of the Books competition, set to take place Saturday, April 13, at 11 am. Battle of the Books is a yearly trivia contest
Newtown High School’s boys’ basketball team saw the host Bunnell Bulldogs of Stratford overcome a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter for a 78-75 regular-season finale victory on February 19. The good news for the Nighthawks is that they won three quarters and will get a second chance at taking care of business — with a lot more on the line.
Newtown High School had strong representation against the best indoor track and field competitors in Connecticut at the State Open, held at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven on February 16.
Ahead of a winter storm moving toward Newtown and the region, events and programs scheduled for this afternoon and evening are being cancelled or postponed. A National Weather Service Winter Weather Advisory covering Fairfield County, among other areas, will be in effect from 2 this afternoon until 6 am Thursday, February 21.
Hazel B. (Smith) Berger, 99, died peacefully February 13, 2019, at Bethel Health Care Center. She had been a Newtown resident for 24 years, living at Nunnawauk Meadows the last 20 years. She was born on September 20, 1919, in