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  1. Family Paint Night In Bethel Benefits Ben's Bells

    Family Paint Night In Bethel Benefits Ben's Bells

    BETHEL, Conn. -- Meghan Friedland, Macaroni Kid Danbury-Bethel-Ridgefield publisher, has chosen Ben's Bells CT to be an Act of Kindness recipient this year. Macaroni Kid invites local families to a Family Paint Night at Ben's Bells CT on Friday from 7-9 p.m. During the event parents and children will work together to paint pre-sculpted Ben's Bells beads that will eventually be used to ...

  2. Bethel To Vote In Referendum For Water Department Upgrades

    Bethel To Vote In Referendum For Water Department Upgrades

    BETHEL, Conn. -- Voters in town will held to the polls Tuesday, Sept. 13, to cast ballots in a referendum to consider accepting a loan for the Bethel Water Department. The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at: Bethel Town Hall, at 1 School St.Berry School at 200 Whittlesey Drive, and Stony Hill Fire House, at 59 Stony Hill Road.The referendum is on work slated to upgrade the ...

  3. Newtown Police Seeking Help In Finding Suspect In Crash

    Newtown Police Seeking Help In Finding Suspect In Crash

    NEWTOWN, Conn. — The Newtown Police Department is asking the public for help in finding a blue Hyundai Elantra that was involved in an accident early Sunday and fled the scene, police said. The crash occurred at about 12:30 a.m. Sunday on Walnut Tree Hill Road in the area of Patriot Ridge Road, police said in a Facebook post. The car — which was from a model year sometime between 2011 ...

  4. Bethel Fire And EMS Answered Calls All Around Town In August

    Bethel Fire And EMS Answered Calls All Around Town In August

    NEWTOWN, Conn. -- During August, Bethel Fire and EMS responded to calls from all around town, according to Bethel Bulletin.There were a total of 96 EMS runs for the month and 40 calls for the Fire Department, including: Automatic alarms – 21.Motor vehicle – 6.Gas leak – 1. Investigation – 2. EMS assist – 2. Public assist – 2. Appliance fire – 1.Spill control – 3.Outside brush fire – 2. ...

  5. Newtown Rep. Sredzinski Joins Anti-Human Trafficking Bill-Signing

    Newtown Rep. Sredzinski Joins Anti-Human Trafficking Bill-Signing

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – State Rep. J.P. Sredzinski (R-112, Newtown and Monroe) joined Gov. Dannel Malloy, fellow legislators, and victim advocates for the ceremonial signing of a comprehensive anti-human trafficking bill. The bill was passed unanimously by both chambers of the General Assembly during the 2016 legislative session, and was co-sponsored by Sredzinski. “With this ...

  6. Wooster School In Danbury Asks Students To 'Rock' The Year At Convocation

    Wooster School In Danbury Asks Students To 'Rock' The Year At Convocation

    DANBURY, Conn. -- The official start to Wooster School’s 91st year began on Tuesday in Danbury. The entire school gathered in the Forever Young Gymnasium for the event. The youngest and oldest students in the community gathered, with pre-kindergartners and kindergartners, and seniors sitting together. Head of School Matt Byrnes welcomed the community and introduced the Rev. Stephen ...

  7. Bethel Town Hall To Close Early For Installation Work

    Bethel Town Hall To Close Early For Installation Work

    BETHEL, Conn. -- All Town Hall offices, including the Board of Education and Parks and Recreation, will close at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in order to shut off power to install new electrical equipment in the building. Town Hall will return to regular business hours at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 9.

  8. Local Newtown Chef Takes Farm-To-Table Seriously

    Local Newtown Chef Takes Farm-To-Table Seriously

    NEWTOWN, Conn. -- You can often find Bob Schlump outside of Café Xpresso in Newtown tending to his garden. For the chef and owner of the café, his garden is the source of much culinary inspiration.He grows heirloom tomatoes, squash, herbs, strawberries and lettuces on the side of the café. In a matter of hours, some of the day’s harvest will make its way from the garden onto customers’ ...

  9. Scotty Fund In Bethel Celebrates 20 Years With Annual Town Picnic

    Scotty Fund In Bethel Celebrates 20 Years With Annual Town Picnic

    BETHEL, Conn. -- The Scotty Fund will celebrate 20 years of providing support to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families at the Annual Town Picnic, taking place on the Bethel Municipal Center front lawn from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 10. Admission is $7 per person and includes pony rides, games, face painting, inflatable amusements and more. Food from area ...

  10. Danbury Woman Granted Clemency In Drowning Death Of Her Baby

    Danbury Woman Granted Clemency In Drowning Death Of Her Baby

    DANBURY, Conn. -- The state pardon board granted clemency to a former Danbury resident convicted of drowning her newborn daughter, according to the News Times.Panna Krom pled guilty in 2008 to manslaughter and was sentenced to 18 years in prison stemming from the 2006 incident, the News Times reported. The saga began with Krom hiding a pregnancy from her parents, whom she believed would ...

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