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  • 9/11 Ceremony: Remembering Losses & Gains

    Visibly moved, Howard Lasher choked back tears Thursday morning, September 11, as he read the names of friends and colleagues killed in the collapse of the World Trade Center Towers on September 11, 2001. It was halfway through the ceremony hosted by Mr Lasher, a retired Wall Street executive and trader, and his wife, Jeanette Hubner, at their Route 302 property in Newtown, to honor the memories of all lost that day.

  • 13th Anniversary Of 9/11: Flags To Be Lowered For Patriot Day

    In honor of the 13th anniversary of 9/11, the President has ordered that all flags be lowered today. Flags should remain lowered until sunset.

    In a proclamation released yesterday, President Barack Obama said in part: 

  • Tuesday’s Children Announces Support Of Newtown-Based Sister Organization

    New York-based Tuesday's Children, which was established to foster longterm healing in families directly impacted by the events of 9/11, has announced its support for The Resiliency Center of Newtown. RCN was established to help the Newtown community cope with the event of 12/14. The Resiliency Center of Newtown will be the first outside organization Tuesday’s Children will aid with funding and this direction.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Good news for those who love the writings of Sandy Hook poet Charles Rafferty. His collection of short, short stories — some just 1,000 words long — is live at www.fomitepress.com/FOMITE/Magellans, as well as at www.amazon.com.

  • Forgetting To Remember

    To the Editor:

    I will never forget the morning of 9/11.  My guess is that most of you remember how beautiful and blue the sky was that day and exactly where you were.  I am sure that many of you knew someone affected on that horrible day.  Our children were toddlers, their memories of September 11 are really ours, but it is their history.  The war that ensued is their history, some have siblings who are fighting for our country.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    While preparing for last weekend’s Great Newtown Reunion, Bee front office staff member and 1981 Newtown High School graduate Bridget Seaman was gifted with a “flat” version of herself by a few of my fellow Bees. I understand Flat Bridget made her way into a good number of photos at the reunion on Saturday. The real Bridget tells me she had a fantastic time.