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Join the Marrow Registry, March 24, 2012 at NHHS

[box]Pictured: Deb with daughter Cassidy[/box] Deborah Ward-O’Brien lives in North Haven with her husband and daughter. She was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma several years ago, and is currently entering her third course of treatment. Deb’s

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

“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

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

The Troubling Connecticut Power Failure

[box]by Rob Cox / The New York Times[/box] The moneyed folk inhabiting the Connecticut environs of the hedge fund town Greenwich wield plenty of power. But many of them have lately been powerless. For the

U.S. Postal Service Officials Say the Town Will Retain Post Office

[box]by: Kyle Swartz / North Haven Citizen[/box] Despite what residents may have believed based on a potentially confusing mailer, no U.S. Postal Service (USPS) locations in North Haven are expected to be discounted, according to USPS

Dave Yaccarino

Op-Ed: How to Help Connecticut Businesses

[box]By: State Representative David Yaccarino[/box] In the past few weeks, I have toured more than a dozen North Haven businesses and spent hours talking with their owners and employees in an effort to better understand their

Town Asks for Input to Preserve Post Office

[box]By: Ben Lassman /  North Haven Patch[/box] With the United States Postal Service’s debt climbing, the future of North Haven’s bureau, currently located on Washington Avenue, may be in jeopardy. According to a release issued

Ordinance Authorizes North Haven to Block Blight

[box]By: Marji McClure / Shore Publishing[/box] A blight ordinance that will give town officials the authority to officially address and help remedy blight in town was approve by residents at last week’s annual town meeting. According to

2011 Fall Leaf Collection Program

The North Haven Public Works Department announced the schedule for their 2011 Fall Leaf Collection Program. Curbside bulk-leaf collection will run from November 7th through December 3rd, and brown paper bagged leaf collection will run

Episode 90: August 1, 2011

In this episode of North Haven News: The Animal Haven currently has over 100 kittens up for adoption, and they’re in need of kitten food donations as well.

Episode 86: March 21, 2011

In this episode of North Haven News: Sights and sounds from the 2011 St. Baldrick’s shaving event, held at the North Haven Middle School, which raised over $50,000 to go toward childhood cancer research.