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  • NSSF Knows Something About Bullying

    To the Editor: Should I have been surprised by the statement in Stephen Sanetti's letter “NSSF On The Leno Cancell...

  • Ring A Bell

    To the Editor: I am finalizing my volunteers for the Salvation Army bell ringers.  Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity.  Do you have an hour to spare to help spread some cheer?   I still have openings for the weekend of 12/19 a...

  • Farewell And Thank You

    To the Editor: It has been my distinct honor and privilege to serve [the 112th District] as your state representative for the past 12 years. Through good times and devastating loss I have always striven to represent your views and concerns at the Capitol, and to answer your questions about state government, with understanding, compassion and respect.

  • Don’t Forget The Sandy Hook Elementary Teachers

    To the Editor: My wife Laura Feinstein is a teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School. She was there on 12/14. We also live in Sandy Hook. My wife and some of her colleagues appeared last week in a piece that aired on CBS This Morning...

  • 54th Pancake Day Stacked Up As A Success

    To the Editor: The Newtown Rotary Club would like to thank all the people who came out to support our 54th Annual Pancake Day. It was a wonderful event to celebrate the holiday season with family and friends enjoying the best pancakes and sausages in town!...

  • Even A Forum Can’t Make Sense Of FFH Housing Plan

    To the Editor: The “forum,” held last Saturday in the Reed Intermediate School library, about the now all-but-inevitable housing at Fairfield Hills, was not a forum at all. Hastily scheduled, poorly conceived, improperly...

  • Forum Comments Clarified

    To The Editor: I would like to clarify my comments as represented in the [12/12/14 Bee] article entitled

  • Realizing A Dream

    To the Editor: On Sunday, November 30th, I realized a dream of mine to show Gone with the Wind on the big screen to an enthusiastic crowd for its 75th anniversary at my favorite theater, the Edmond Town Hall. I grew up in this town and remember lining up down the block for the Disney animation films. Going to the movies was always at the Edmond Town Hall, where I’d sit among an audience of my friends and neighbors, sharing in the unifying journey of cinematic storytelling. Tapping into the classics of 1939 for this Sunday Cinema Series was intended to bring the generations together, opening dialogues about our cultural history at a time when even yesterday is old news.

  • Greening The Holidays

    To the Editor: The Garden Club of Newtown would like to thank all our friends and neighbors who came out on a rainy Saturday to support our annual Holiday Greens Sale fundraiser held on December 6th.  We would also like to thank Sherril Paisley, manag...

  • The Agenda That Threatens Our Institutions

    To the Editor: Words are inadequate for crafting an expression of debt and gratitude communities owe their first responders, cops in particular. This is especially true here in Newtown. Though they never claim credit, the men and women who have voluntarily...