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Recently Sold Houses In Newtown
Do you ever find yourself wondering what the purchase price was for a really nice house that just changed owners on your street or in your town? Or have you ever seen a "SOLD" sign go up in front of a property that made you think, "Someone actually bought THAT?" Here are all the facts and figures of
Dan Rosenthal Keynotes Newtown Chamber's Annual Meeting
Based on his keynote comments at the Newtown Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting January 9, recently elected First Selectman Dan Rosenthal is ready to begin delivering on campaign commitments he made to help encourage appropriate new commercial development in town, as well as launching or strengtheni
Several inches of snow in the forecast
The National Weather Service says a few inches of snow could fall Tuesday into Wednesday. Although its said the snow will be light, there are some differing snowfall totals. On Monday morning the forecast calls for 1 to 3 inches. But a map prepared by the NWS's Boston office is forecasting 3 to 4 in
Images of murder suspect shared by Bridgeport police
BRIDGEPORT-City police have reissued images a suspect they say was involved in an unsolved murder in March 25, 2015. The photos and video clip show the suspect who allegedly killed Hakeem "Sonny" Joseph, a clerk working the T Market on Reservoir Avenue when he was shot dead just before 8 a.m. The im
Teens charged in Bass Pro gun theft
BRIDGEPORT - Two teens have been charged with breaking into Bass Pro Shop and stealing a muzzle- loading rifle they mistook for a shotgun. Wegueson Simeon, 19, was charged with third-degree burglary, fifth-degree larceny, theft of a firearm and criminal mischief while Dominique Reid, 19, was charged
Bridgeport has 1st homicide of 2018
BRIDGEPORT - The city has its first homicide of the year, police confirmed. The victim was identified as male, police spokesman Av Harris said. The victim, whose age and name have not been released, was shot outside a snack shop near 604 Newfield Ave. He suffered a gunshot wound to the chest and was
Halitron, Inc. Announces Approximately $342,000 in Revenue Booked for Q4 2017
NEWTOWN, CT , Jan. 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Halitron, Inc. (the "Company," "Halitron") (OTCPINK: HAON), a multisector holding company, is pleased to announce a 110 percent increase in sales to approximately $342,000 over its third quarter 2017 (unaudited). With a market cap of only approximatel
Emotions spill over during MLK observances in Danbury
Emotions spill over during MLK observances in Danbury 1 / 14 Back to Gallery DANBURY - Guest speaker Andre Swanston admitted Monday during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration that he had labored to write an inspirational speech. He turned out to be inspirational - not because of what he said, b
3 to 5 inches of snow expected in new hazardous weather outlook for central Pa.
Some 3 to 5 inches of snow is expected in central Pennsylvania during the next day and a half, according to the National Weather Service. The latest winter weather advisory warns of light-to-moderate snow showers in several counties: Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry, Lebanon, Montour, Northumberland, Col
PennDOT preparing for snow across Central Pa.
Capture.PNG PennDOT is getting ready for snow across the Susquehanna Valley Tuesday. Snow is expected to start early Tuesday morning dropping 2 to 4 inches of snow throughout the day, with the chance for more snow in the northeast part of the state. A Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 5 a.m. t
Make more good news: Raise minimum wage in Pa.
The good economic news spreading across the nation in recent months is leading to record gains on Wall Street, bonuses for workers and higher starting wages for employees at corporate giants such as Walmart. There should be another change: Pennsylvania should raise its minimum wage. A number of hig
Local high school celebrates basketball past and present
COLUMBIA, Pa. - Frederick Sample graduated from Columbia High School in 1948. When he returned to the school on Saturday, he jokingly said he was worried about being one of the "old guys." Sample joined more than 150 other former players who came back to their alma mater to help commemorate a centu
At least 1 inch of snow expected to fall in Lancaster County by Tuesday
Forecasters are predicting between 1 and 3 inches of light snow could fall around Lancaster County by Tuesday afternoon or evening. Monday's partly sunny skies and peak daytime temperature of about 26 degrees could give way to light flurries overnight, according to Eric Horst, Millersville Universit
Tractor trailer accident on Route 30 causes lane closure
Route 30 tractor trailer ax.JPG Manheim Township, Lancaster County-- Officials are on the scene of a tractor trailer accident Tuesday morning. They say the driver of the truck crashed on Route 30 westbound near US 222 N. and PA 272 N. One westbound lane is closed as of right now. Officials have req
Part of Rt. 30 closed in Lancaster County due to tractor-trailer crash
One lane of Route 30 is closed in each direction in Manheim Township, Lancaster County. Emergency dispatchers tell News 8 a tractor-trailer slid into a barrier wall just before 4:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, near the interchange with Route 222. A coating of snow had fallen a few hours before, and weathe
Red Lion Borough approves controversial decision to use eminent domain on land dispute
RED LION, Pa. (WHTM) - Monday night, Red Lion Borough Council voted 4-3 in favor, to use Eminent Domain in a land issue that has been a tug of war for nearly three years. The action follows a judge's ruling in civil court, that found the borough had trespassed on a property owned by Scott Thompson
Gas prices fall in Midland-Odessa
Average retail gasoline prices in Midland-Odessa have fallen 5.0 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.41 a gallon Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 156 gas outlets in the area. This compares with the national average that has increased 3.5 cents per gallon in the last week t
Teen tied up, beaten during home invasion in Midland Co.
A Midland County teen is recovering after authorities say he was tied up and beaten following a home invasion. The break in happened at a home on West County Road 130 on Sunday night. The victim says he was asleep in his bed when two people with hoodies and masks hit him in the face with a handgun.
TxDOT reports 2 bridges struck by oversized loads in Midland, Stanton
BREAKINGTxDOT reports 2 bridges struck by oversized loads in Midland, StantonTxDOT reports 2 bridges struck by oversized loads in Midland, Stanton The Texas Department of Transportation is reporting that two bridges were struck by oversized loads on Monday. The westbound BI-20 bridges over I-20 at m
New tea shop HTeaO to open Thursday
From staff reports When we first reported about HTeaO in Small Bites, marketing director Steven Liles said the shop was looking to open in mid-January. In a press release from parent company TBevCo LLC, the shop is right on track. The beverage store will open this week. HTeaO will be located at at 1