Two local companies whose principles all trained at several of the nation’s most prestigious accounting firms — and who always described themselves as “friendly competitors” — recently merged to form a new and expanded boutique enterprise that local individuals, businesses, and nonprofits can really count on.
Newtown Chamber of Commerce staffer Helen Brickfield said she walked out of the December 16 meeting of the Newtown Business Advisory Committee armed with some great tips to share with local merchants ...
Thanks to a pair of Newtown bio-medical experts, women living with incontinence have access to a discrete, non-invasive, and FDA approved product called Elitone that can help restore some or all normal functions in that department.
Over the past 30 years she has operated Connecticut Dance, Newtown resident Andrea Stratford has helped countless students pointe, pirouette, tap, and hip-hop their way to greater self-confidence and poise.
Newtown Police Chief James Viadero chatted about his department to about two dozen Newtown Chamber of Commerce members who attended the monthly networking breakfast at the C.H. Booth Library, November 19.
According to owner David Cooper and former management consultant Philip Maniatty, the closing of Cloud 9 at the high profile intersection of Main Street and Church Hill Road occurred for myriad reasons — but in the end, it was basically a business decision.
Change Of Location For Sanctuary EventsThe Newtown Bee has been notified that the next two Sunday at The Sanctuary events — scheduled for Sundays, January 26 and February 9 — have been relocated.The Newtown Bee has been notified that the next two Sunday at The Sanctuary events — scheduled for Sundays, January 26 and February 9 — have been relocated.Originally scheduled at Reed Intermediate School, both events will now take place at Newtown Community Center, 8 Simpson Street.The planned programs will remain the same.This weekend’s program theme is “All Creatures Kind & Caring.”All animals thrive from kindness, but different animals require different supports. On Sunday afternoon, from noon to 2 pm, the public is invited to meet ambassador animals and learn how to care for them.Dr Kim Brinton, from Rowanwood Farm and Newbury Farm, will be on site with farm animals.Animal Embassy and Turtle Rescue League representatives will have reptiles, wildlife and exotic animals.Representatives from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and Valley Veterinary Hospital will be visiting with companion animals.Adoptable animals will also be visiting, with mobile adoption units from Rising Starr Horse Rescue and Companion Pet Rescue.On Sunday, February 9, the theme will be “Winter Wonders: Believe It or Not!” That program will run from noon until 3 pm.From noon until 2, experts from Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo and Western Connecticut State University will present an interactive game show and hands-on activities based on winter wonders that surround us. Those planning to attend should bring a table or smart phone with them in order to participate in the quiz show.Weather permitting, there will also be a 2- to 3-mile hike at The Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Center property beginning at 3 pm. Participants should dress for the outdoors, including footwear for hiking in mud and/or snow. They are also encouraged to bring a camera.Admission is free, but registration is requested for both programs; visit CVHFoundation.org/events.Children age 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Visit the foundation’s website for additional information.
This is great for the Police Department! I guess when you are a small town and don't have many detectives, it helps to have extra people to get evidence! I am surprised though that police officers can have such long hair. I guess it's not as military as I thought. Officer Wickman is so involved in so many things I don't know how he has time to do it all! Congrats Officers!