Newtown Accepts $50 Million State Grant to Build New Sandy Hook Elementary School

Newtown voters have secured a $50 million state grant to build a new Sandy Hook Elementary School, the site where last year’s mass murder happened.


The informal results Saturday were 4,504 for the grant and 558 against. The vote was basically a procedure because a task force of Newtown officials decided in May to demolish the school and erect a new one.




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