Month: December 2011

QU Physician Assistant & Nursing Students Bring Holiday Joy St. Raphael’s

Hamden, Conn. – Dec. 21, 2011 – Quinnipiac University physician assistant, nurse practitioner and nursing students collected, wrapped and distributed nearly 200 toys to children at the Hospital of St. Raphael in New Haven on Dec. 16. Toys were provided to

Police Swarm Darien Train Station Searching for Double Homicide Suspect

[box]Story by NEWS 8’s Ali Reed. Video by North Haven News.[/box] Darien, Conn. (WTNH) – It was a scary scene for passengers when their trip was halted so police could search their Metro-North train. At

State Slates Hearing on Closing of North Haven Nursing Home

[box]By Ann DeMatteo, Assistant Metro Editor / New Haven Register[/box] NORTH HAVEN — Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement issues have caused a problem for the bottom line at a local nursing home that plans to close.

“Running on Empty: The Brain Drain in Local TV News”

[box]DISCLAIMER: This documentary was produced by Bill and Karin Schwanbeck, professors of journalism at Quinnipiac University. [/box] The following commentary is for entertainment purposes only. The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual

Condo Groups Short $100,000; North Haven Man Facing Charges

[box]by Richie Rathsack / North Haven Citizen[/box] A North Haven man is scheduled to appear in Meriden Superior Court Dec. 27, accused of stealing almost $100,000 from condominium associations in Meriden and West Haven. Continue reading…

Medical Education Expert Joins the Frank H. Netter, M.D., School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University

A leading innovator in medical education has joined the Frank H. Netter, M.D., School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University to oversee ongoing development of the school’s curriculum and faculty. As associate dean for assessment and faculty development,

Clintonville Ban a Tough Nut to Crack?

[box]by Ben Lasman / North Haven Patch[/box] Discussing Clintonville Elementary’s recent decision to ban nuts in school due to student allergies, Chris Peterson wrote today on the North Haven Way: What if a couple of children

Senate Redistricting Redraws 34th

[box]by Ben Lasman and Jenn McCulloch / North Haven Patch[/box] The 2011 State Senate Redistricting Plan will see Len Fasano’s 34th District, typically encompassing East Haven, North Haven, and Wallingford, redrawn to encompass the western third of Durham,