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  • Help When We Need It

    To the Editor:

    On the afternoon of Labor Day I took a walk through the upper meadow at Fairfield Hills and thoroughly enjoyed the clear, expansive view. I had just about returned to my car which was parked near the municipal building when an insect flew into my ear and began buzzing and flying around. It flew in very deep, and it was extremely painful with it buzzing around, trying to get out. I felt as though it was a bee or yellow jacket, stinging me over and over again.

  • Ambulance Garage Work Continues Despite The Cold

    At 18 degrees and sunny, carpenters with Nosal Builders worked steadily Wednesday to get the roof structure in place. Clerk of the Works Brian Feeney said the progress on the Newtown Volunteer Ambulance Corp’s new ambulance garage is “going really well.” So far, the roughly $4.5 million project that broke ground in mid-2013, is on schedule, he said.

    Roofing trusses were going into place this week and that phase of the roof should be completed in a few weeks, Mr Feeney said.