By Richard C. Harwood
June 13, 2013
American's hearts and sympathies went out to Newtown in hopes that the small New England community would be able to recover from an almost unspeakable tragedy. But the question these many months later remains: Will Newtown be indelibly etched into the American psyche as the site of an almost unspeakable shooting, or will it be remembered as a town with the fortitude and ability to overcome a horror and come together in the face of extreme tragedy?
So far, the signs point to the latter.