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  • Riverwalk Multifamily Proposal Requires More Details

    Andrew Gorosko
    Latest News
    February 24, 2018, Saturday
    10-22 Washington Avenue, Alan Shepard, Civil Engineer Alan Shepard, IH-10 zoning, Incentive Housing-10, JMM Wetlands Consulting Services, Land Use Enforcement Officer Steve Maguire, Michael Burton, Michael Burton Sr, Riverwalk Properties LLC, The Riverwalk at Sandy Hook Village

    The Inland Wetlands Commission (IWC) has asked local builder/developer Michael Burton, Sr, doing business as Riverwalk Properties, LLC, to provide more technical information as a basis for action on h...Read Full Article

  • State Supreme Court To Hear Arguments In 12/14 Evidence Case

    Andrew Gorosko
    Latest News
    February 24, 2018, Saturday
    12/14, 12/14 evidence, Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission, CT FOIC, FOIC, The Big Book of Granny, The Hartford Courant

    HARTFORD — On March 1, the Connecticut Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in an appeal through which The Hartford Courant is seeking to obtain from state police copies of certain docu...Read Full Article

  • Emergency 911 System Started 50 Years Ago In US

    The Newtown Bee
    Latest News
    February 24, 2018, Saturday
    9/11, e-911, E-911 50th anniversary, E-911 system, Emergency 911, Newtown Emergency Communications Center

    Maureen Will, the town’s director of communications, said the Newtown Emergency Communications Center (NECC) on February 16 observed the 50th anniversary of the first Emergency 911 call being placed...Read Full Article

  • DOT Info Session Claims Prompt Political Kerfuffle

    John Voket
    Latest News
    February 24, 2018, Saturday
    CTDOT, Department of Transportation, DOT

    Claims made by an aspiring statehouse candidate regarding a planned March 5 Department of Transportation information session have prompted one of the first local dust-ups of the 2018 political season....Read Full Article

  • Jr NAA Hosts Community Vigil To #StandWithParkland

    Eliza Hallabeck
    Latest News
    February 23, 2018, Friday
    #StandWithParkland, community vigil, Jr NAA, Jr NAA vigil, NAA, Newtown High School

    As Newtown High School students and local representatives spoke, their voices echoed over the field at Blue & Gold Stadium on the evening of February 23: They called for change and remembrance of ...Read Full Article

  • Police Reports | February 9-19, 2018

    The Newtown Bee
    Latest News
    February 23, 2018, Friday
    police reports

    DUI Incident At about 1:44 am on February 19, police report they spotted motorist Manuel Inamagua, 39, of Danbury driving a Subaru Forester SUV eastward on Wasserman Way, near Trades Lane, when the S...Read Full Article

  • Fire Reports | February 15-22, 2018

    The Newtown Bee
    Latest News
    February 23, 2018, Friday
    fire reports

    The dispatchers at the Newtown Emergency Communications Center at Town Hall South at 3 Main Street report the following fire calls and the responders: Thursday, February 15: 10:13 am, public service,...Read Full Article

  • Hunters Ridge Proposal Draws Heavy Opposition At Public Hearing

    Andrew Gorosko
    Latest News
    February 23, 2018, Friday
    79 Church Hill Road, 79 Church Hill Road LLC, affordable housing, Attorney Peter Gelderman, BPO, Business/Professional Office zoning, Erik Zambell, Frederick P. Clark Associates, Granoff Architects, Hunters Ridge, Hunters Ridge public hearing, IH-10 zoning, Incentive Housting, Jim Swift, Matthew Popp, Michael Galante, Pootatuck Aquifer, RDN, Responsible Development in Newtown, Walnut Tree Village

    A Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) February 15 public hearing on the Hunters Ridge mixed-use complex, which is proposed for a hilly 35-acre site at 79 Church Hill Road, drew the heaviest atten...Read Full Article

  • Police Probe Medical Waste Dumping

    The Newtown Bee
    Latest News
    February 23, 2018, Friday

    Police said that on February 21, they received a complaint from a Plumtrees Road resident informing them that medical waste has been repeatedly dumped in that area during the past year. Plumtrees Roa...Read Full Article

  • Danbury Man Arrested In Local Assault Case

    The Newtown Bee
    Latest News
    February 23, 2018, Friday
    assault, disorderly conduct, first-degree criminal trespassing, Richard Anderson, Richard P. Anderson, third-degree assault on an elderly person, third-degree criminal mischief

    Police said they received a call about 6:52 pm on February 21, reporting that a violent incident that had occurred at a residence near the Monroe town line. After responding, police investigated and ...Read Full Article