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Newtown,

town (1990 pop. 20,779), Fairfield co., SW Conn., on the Housatonic; inc. 1711. Pressure gauges, plastics, and paper and metal products are made, and dairy and fruit farms are in the area. In Dec., 2012, in an incident that horrified the nation, 26 first graders and teachers were shot and killed at a Newtown elementary school.

Newtown

a new town in central Wales, in Powys. Pop.: 10 358 (2001)
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Then there's Paul Heffernan, a 17-year-old striker from Newtown Albion, who is on trial with Middlesbrough.
Mr Blundell, aged 55, is the pounds 40,000-a-year chief executive of Newtown South Aston City Challenge.
The Nomads, meanwhile, will bid to keep the pressure on the leaders as they attempt to become the first league side to win at Newtown this season.
In a written question put to the council he said: "There is a huge issue with illegally parked vehicles within Newtown Linford.
(LASSSAI), the new school - which will initially focus on basic education - is officially named 'Newtown School of Excellence.'
The warning comes after a separate case of the disease was confirmed in the nearby town of Shrewsbury earlier this month after a dog had been staying in the Newtown area.
Tracy, a professor at Florida Atlantic University, posted several articles detailing his Newtown conspiracy theory and further explained them on several radio programs.
She said: "The two projects on which we are working at present and for which we would welcome any financial contributions are a 200 A4 page book on 'Newtown in the 20th Century' in which we allocate two pages for each year - we are working with Newtown High School on this project.
Bernard McNally's young Robins came out with much greater urgency in the second-half and Lido were forced to defend their lead with Wrexham loanee Nick Rushton and skipper Matthew Cook pulling the strings for Newtown.
My father was born at 2 Pendoylan Place in Newtown over the bridge from Adam Street and I was born at 74 Adam Street.
Celebrating Newtown is a successful community history project funded by a pounds 50,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Cathal Naughton put Newtown in front with a fine point from play but Ballygalget hit back through Johnny McGrattan.