Michael-Benjamin Minotti, a resident of North Haven, Conn., who was awarded a bachelor’s degree during Providence College commencement ceremonies held on May 19, 2013, was recently honored for his academic achievements. Minotti graduated cum laude and received the Reverend Leo S. Cannon, O.P. Award for excellent musicianship. He was also a member of theKappa Delta Pi honor society. [...]
Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass., has honored graduate Hope Notaro with the 2013 Edith Lesley Wolfard Award. Named for the founder of Lesley University, the prestigious annual award is given to a senior undergraduate liberal arts student who has excelled in intellectual engagement, community leadership and civic engagement. The North Haven, Conn., native earned her [...]
The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of New Haven County recently awarded their yearly scholarships for students pursuing careers in the home building industry. Scholarships are available to members of the HBRA & students throughout New Haven County. The two categories of scholarships that are given yearly in May include: One for someone entering the [...]
Quinnipiac University will host an information session for prospective graduate students interested in the physician assistant program at 4:30pm on Tuesday, July 9, on its North Haven Campus, 370 Bassett Road. The session will begin with a presentation by graduate admissions and financial aid staff, followed by a breakout session with the program director and current students who will [...]
**UPDATE: The lockdown has been lifted. As a precaution, outside activities at ALL North Haven Schools has been canceled for the remainder of the day. North Haven Middle School and High School were in lockdown as a precautionary measure due to a burglary and police pursuit in the area. All of the students are safe. [...]
In this episode of North Haven News: Highlights from the 3rd annual Ridge Road Parents vs. Teachers basketball game played at the North Haven High School gym on April 26, 2013.
Too often in schools today, the arts are overshadowed by efforts to raise achievement in mathematics, science and English language arts. The School of Education at Quinnipiac University set out to change that on April 23, by hosting theopening of its second annual ‘Kaleidoscope of Creativity’ art exhibit on the university’s North Haven Campus. Students from local school districts donated artwork to [...]
At the April 17th Board of Finance meeting, First Selectman Mike Freda took a few minutes to address the Board and the members of the audience about some concerns and confusion that had arisen regarding the Board of Education’s budget. He explained how the budget went from its original 3.5% increase to its current 2.73% [...]