Ann Elizabeth Principi, 91, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, at her home in Ridgefield. Ann was born to John and Agnes McGlynn on February 27, 1928, in Danbury. A lifelong resident of Ridgefield, she attended Ridgefield High
The sanctuary of Grace Family Church was filled to capacity for the 90-minute dedication celebration on Sunday, April 7. Laughter and happy tears punctuated the celebration, which featured brief speeches, prayers, musical praise and worship, and a building fund offering.
The Garden Club of Newtown will host “Climate Change and Hope” on Tuesday, April 23. The public is invited to this free presentation by Jack Kozuchowski. The program will begin at 1 pm and will be held in the lower
Elizabeth Adotte Adam, 52, of Sandy Hook, passed away on Palm Sunday, April 14, 2019, from complications related to breast cancer. Born on November 2, 1966, to Ruth Peirce Adotte and the late Dr George Adotte of East Canaan, Elizabeth
Police report that at about 3:25 am on Wednesday, April 17, they responded to a burglary alarm at the Citgo gas station at 151 South Main Street (Route 25) and encountered an attempted theft of an automatic teller machine (ATM) in progress.
State police report they charged a Garner Correctional Institution inmate on April 11 on two separate arrest warrants stemming from incidents that occurred in January and February at the high-security prison at 50 Nunnawauk Road.
Coinciding with Earth Day weekend, the Newtown Environmental Action Team is holding its next litter pickup on Saturday, April 20, from 9 to 11 am, at the Exit 9 commuter parking lot. The location is one of several litter “hot spots” it has identified following a town-wide survey.