Monthly Archive for April, 2014

: April, 2014

New take on “Alice In Wonderland” on stage at Edmond Town Hall

Newtown’s Community Learning Project (CLP) will entertain young and old alike with their all-new musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic story about a girl caught in a mesmerizing dreamworld.

Ridgefield coed on team headed for nationals

 A chemical-powered car designed and built by a team of engineering students at the University of New Haven took third place in the Northeast region of the Chem-E-Car Competition and head to the

New warden coming to FCI Danbury

DANBURY — The Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury will soon have a new warden, according to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons. Current FCI Danbury Warden Maureen Baird will be reassigned to another

New Fairfield cadet civil patrol top in CT

The 801st Cadet Squadron of Civil Air Patrol was welcomed to the State Capitol by Sen. Michael McLachlan, Rep. Jan Giegler and Rep. Richard A. Smith on April 28  The squadron, based at New Fairfield

Last April shower to be month’s heaviest in Danbury

DANBURY — After a relatively light month for April showers, the storms setting in over the city today and tonight could nearly double the total rainfall for the month in one fell swoop. According to

A trip to the Akin Library

The Akin Free Library in Patterson Ny is a combination of library, history museum and natural history museum  taxidermy, artifacts and books combined in one Victorian mansion. We’ll go for a visit

Bethel gets triple A rating

I’ll write about the town of Bethel earning Triple A bond rating for the first time. It will be in Thursday’s paper.    

Ridgefield’s annual town meeting on May 5

Ridgefield’s  annual Town Meeting will be held  Monday, May 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ridgefield Playhouse, 80 East Ridge.. The meeting will allow town officials to discuss the proposed 2014-15 town

Neanderthals made good parents

The whining teenage complaint “My parents are such Neanderthals”  has new meaning, thanks to archeologists in England Their studies are showing that out now-extinct-cousins –  who we, as modern

Newtown synagogue promotes ongoing support to victim families

Congregation Adath Israel of Newtown is inviting the community to rally in support of efforts to honor the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy at the synagogue on Sunday between 2 p.m.