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  • Llodra Now Calling For Release Of 911 Tapes

    (AP) First Selectman Pat Llodra has called on state prosecutors to release recordings of 911 calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings.

    She told Hearst Connecticut Newspapers that releasing the recordings will end leaks to media outlets that she says are painful to family members and Newtown officials. She compared the leaks to Chinese water torture.

  • General Electric's $15m Donation Will Build, Staff A New Community Center

    About a dozen Newtown residents who work for General Electric joined colleagues who are current or former loaned executives to the town, Martha Poulter, vice president and Chief Information Officer for GE Capital, and the Newtown Board of Selectmen to celebrate a $15 million gift to the community to build, staff and program a community center Monday evening at Newtown Municipal Center.

  • ‘Guns Save Lives Day’ Moved To December 15

    (This story has been updated to include comments made by First Selectman Pat Llodra on Wednesday, October 16.)

     

  • Women’s Business Council To Honor Llodra, Robinson & Hayes

    DANBURY — The Women’s Business Council of the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce will present special Honorary Recognition to Newtown First Selectman Patricia Llodra and former Superintendent of Schools Janet Robinson at its 3rd Annual Heart of Women Award reception.

    The awards will be presented during a cocktail and dinner reception on Thursday, October 17, at the Ethan Allen Hotel, 21 Lake Avenue Extension in Danbury.

  • Officials Winding Down Ambitious Schedule Of Post-12/14 Speaking Engagements

    It was not more than a few weeks after Newtown’s 12/14 tragedy that invitations began pouring in from across the region and the country to several key community leaders.

    Many were from fraternal organizations in law enforcement and emergency communications looking to Police Chief Michael Kehoe and a number of 12/14 police responders, and Emergency Communications Director Maureen Will, for advice or guidance born of their experiences on that horrific day.

  • Sandy Hook Community Honored At Mets Game

    Mets player Anthony Recker works with a Newtown slugger on his hitting skills during a clinic hosted by the Mets and Citibank at Citi Field on September 15.

  • Senator Murphy Makes A Lunchtime Visit To Sandy Hook Center

    Senator Chris Murphy, right, crosses Washington Avenue with First Selectman Pat Llodra and Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity Vice President Joe Hemingway, center, during a special visit by the senator on August 26. Ahead of them is Mr Murphy’s assistant Brett Maddux.

  • School Appropriation Passes Unanimously And Without Comment

    A unanimous town meeting vote that approved the appropriation of $750,000 in funds from the state for planning and design work for a new Sandy Hook elementary school was over in 11 minutes.

    A full parking lot and line out the door at a crowded Newtown Municipal Center Wednesday found attendees packing the building’s Council Chamber, where the meeting took place. Many residents stood, while others remained in the hallway unable to find a seat or even standing room inside.

  • Town Republicans Endorse Llodra, Incumbent-Heavy Slate For Local Offices

    Stating “We have a slate of excellent candidates,” Newtown Republican Town Committee Secretary Carey Schierloh released the names of residents seeking local office or reelection following an RTC caucus at Edmond Town Hall on Monday, July 22. Local Democrats plan to caucus July 23 and a list of the Town Committee’s nominations will be available following that meeting, set for 7 pm in the Edmond Town Hall gym.

  • A Big Time Rush!

    The excitement is growing, and so is the size of the crowd at Fairfield Hills for tonight’s Big Time Rush concert.

    Just over 3,500 ticket-holders will fill the softball and soccer fields off Keating Farms Avenue, and many of them have already arrived.