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  • Fire Reports | August 11-25, 2016

    The Newtown Bee
    Latest News
    August 30, 2016, Tuesday
    fire reports

    The radio dispatchers at Newtown Emergency Communications Center at Town Hall South at 3 Main Street report the following fire calls and their responders: Thursday, August 11: 12:54 pm, alarm, 42 Osb...Read Full Article

  • Food Pantry Operating Out Of New Location

    Shannon Hicks
    Latest News
    August 30, 2016, Tuesday

    Residents are reminded that FAITH Food Pantry has relocated from Sandy Hook to a spot near the center of town. The longstanding pantry opened this morning at a long-term temporary space at 31 Pecks...Read Full Article

  • Police Reports | August 3-23, 2016

    The Newtown Bee
    Latest News
    August 30, 2016, Tuesday
    police reports

    Canoe Missing Police said this week they received a report on August 3 that a canoe is missing from its grassy storage area at the end of Riverside Road in the Riverside section of Sandy Hook. Police...Read Full Article

  • State Representative Honored For Work In Emergency Communications

    John Voket
    Latest News
    August 30, 2016, Tuesday
    112th District, 2016 Public-Safety Aswering Point Finest Awards, J.P. Sredzinski, PSAP, Representative J. P. Sredzinski

    Most of Connecticut’s part-time state legislators spend their time outside, and often during state house sessions, working their so-called day jobs. For Representative J.P. Sredzinski, whose 112t...Read Full Article

  • SHES One Of Several Town Projects Running Under Budget

    John Voket
    Latest News
    August 27, 2016, Saturday
    building project, Newtown Public Building and Site Commission, PBSC, Sandy Hook Elementary School, State of Connecticut

    The Sandy Hook Elementary School building project, which was completed with a $50 million grant from the State of Connecticut, could return in excess of $1 million back to state taxpayers as construct...Read Full Article

  • Procession And Events Mark Hook & Ladder Firehouse Changeover

    Andrew Gorosko
    Latest News
    August 26, 2016, Friday
    Hook & Ladder, new firehouse, procession, ribbon cutting

    Newtown Hook & Ladder volunteer firefighters plan to mark a long-awaited move from their 1929 firehouse at 45 Main Street to their new firehouse at 12 Church Hill Road with a procession of firefig...Read Full Article

  • Community Center Plans Encounter Hurdle

    Kendra Bobowick
    Latest News
    August 26, 2016, Friday
    Community Center, pool, SFA

    The Newtown Community Center project has encountered another hurdle, “and we have to find a way to overcome” that hurdle said First Selectman Pat Llodra. “We are inching forward, but I still hav...Read Full Article

  • Proposed CIP Changes Balance Debt Pressure, Visible Projects

    John Voket
    Latest News
    August 26, 2016, Friday
    Board of Selectman, Capital Improvement Plan, CIP, First Selectman Pat Llodra

    The Board of Selectmen received an updated Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for municipal projects during an August 15 meeting that First Selectman Pat Llodra said makes a number of adjustments to take ...Read Full Article

  • All-Star Transportation Employees Hold Meeting And Tour New Sandy Hook Elementary School

    Eliza Hallabeck
    Latest News
    August 26, 2016, Friday
    2016-17 school year, All-Star Transportation, Sandy Hook Elementary School, Superintendent of Schools Joseph V. Erardi Jr

    All-Star Transportation employees assembled at the new Sandy Hook Elementary School ahead of the 2016-17 school year for the company's annual back-to-school meeting on Wednesday, August 17. All-Sta...Read Full Article

  • Santucci Sentenced To 16-Month Prison Term For Drug Crimes

    Andrew Gorosko
    Latest News
    August 25, 2016, Thursday
    CHatigny, drug crimes, Newtown police sergeant, prison, Santucci

    HARTFORD — A judge in US District Court on Thursday, August 25, sentenced a former Newtown police sergeant to a prison term, house arrest, probation, a fine, and community service for his role as th...Read Full Article