Month: November 2014

Dave Yaccarino

OpEd: Homeless Veterans In Connecticut

[box]by Dave Yaccarino • State Representative 87th District[/box] Last week our communities hosted a variety Veterans Day events—concerts, parades, and community breakfasts were advertised everywhere. Local business offered veterans free meals and schools created lesson

Len Fasano

New Legislative Leaders Must Join Together ASAP to Hammer Out Budget Solutions

Hartford – In light of the state’s declining cash position and State Treasurer Denise Nappier’s announcement to transfer money from bond proceeds to help cover operating expenses, State Senator Len Fasano (R-North Haven), incoming Senate

Tracy Van Oss

North Haven Professor to Receive American Occupational Therapy Association’s Roster of Fellows Award

Tracy Van Oss, of North Haven, clinical associate professor of occupational therapy at Quinnipiac University, has been selected to receive the American Occupational Therapy Association’s (AOTA) Roster of Fellows Award. The award recognizes occupational therapists who

North Haven Housing Authority Chairman in Court

[box]By Noelle Gardner – News 8 Reporter[/box] NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – A North Haven housing official that was arrested on sexual assault charges Tuesday, faced a judge Wednesday afternoon for arraignment. Ralph Cook, the housing

UPDATE: North Haven Housing Authority Chairman, Ralph Cook, Arrested On Sexual Assault Charges

[box]By NEWS 8’s Stephanie Simoni[/box] The head of North Haven’s Housing Authority has been arrested on sexual assault charges. Ralph Cook, the housing authority’s chairman and a Rotary Club volunteer, is still behind bars at

Institutional Investors Are Bullish on Hedge Funds, According to New Quinnipiac University Business Survey

[box]Osman Kilic, of North Haven, a finance professor who is director of the Alternative Investments Institute at Quinnipiac University.[/box] The biannual study conducted by the Quinnipiac University School of Business’ Alternative Investments Institute (AII) and

North Haven Housing Authority Chairman Arrested

[box]By Stephanie Simoni – WTNH[/box] The head of North Haven’s Housing Authority has been arrested on sexual assault charges. Police tell News 8 that Housing Authority Chairman Ralph W. Cook IV, 49, of North Haven,

Quinnipiac University Holds Food Drive to Benefit the Connecticut Food Bank

[box]Bonnie Shea, left, an administrative assistant, and Claire Puzarne, assistant to the executive director of Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University, were among the Quinnipiac employees who worked on a food drive to benefit

Taylor Swift Surprise Visit

Taylor Swift Surprises Fans at a North Haven Starbucks

[box]by Darren Kramer • WTNH[/box] It was more than just the coffee that got people buzzing at Starbucks in North Haven Thursday afternoon. “I saw a couple of body guards come in and i knew

Taylor Swift Surprises North Haven Family

[box]By Ari Mason • NBC Connecticut[/box] Taylor Swift made a surprise stop in Connecticut, and it’s a day one family won’t soon forget. The Grammy-winning artist connected with fan Stephanie Barnett years ago on social media.

Information Overload

Charlie Gibson, Dr. Tim Johnson and Jocelyn Maminta at Quinnipiac University for “Information Overload” Panel Discussion

Charlie Gibson moderated the panel discussion, “Information Overload: Your Health in the Digital Age,” Wednesday at the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Quinnipiac University’s North Haven Campus. The three panelists included Dr. Tim

Perky the Turkey

ASAP Urgent Care to Help KC101’s 24th Annual “Stuff A Bus”

ASAP Urgent Care, with locations in Hamden, Madison, Milford, and North Haven, is teaming up with KC101 to help Stuff a Bus for the Connecticut Food Bank. Conveniently located adjacent to grocery stores, all ASAP