North Haven News on The Laurel

North Haven News got a quick mention on The Laurel – a Connecticut media blog. Check it out!

/ May 8, 2009

Episode 34: May 7, 2009

Board of Finance Approves $81.4 Million Budget; Police Union A Resounding “No” To Concessions Request.

/ May 6, 2009

Episode 33: Planet Green Earth News

A play in the form of a newscast about Earth Day, presented by the students in Mrs. McLane’s 2-3 ID class at Ridge Road Elementary.

/ May 1, 2009

Episode 32: April 9, 2009

Unexpected Board of Education Cuts; Property Tax Increase; Five New Resolutions Passed; North Haven Trail Association Launches New Website.

/ April 8, 2009

Episode 31: March 16, 2009

Timothy Doheny to run on Republican ticket in November; J. Michael Betz appointed director of finance-administration; Town limits transfer station trips.

/ March 14, 2009

Episode 30: February 23, 2009

Michael J. Freda announces he’ll run for the office of First Selectman against Janet McCarty in November; North Haven Republicans launch a new website.

/ February 21, 2009

Episode 29: February 9, 2009

Janet McCarty announces she’ll run for re-election; BOE budget increase; Town budget process begins.

/ February 6, 2009

Episode 28: January 21, 2009

Pay your municipal bills online. Burglary ring busted. Join me on Facebook.

/ January 20, 2009

Episode 27: January 7, 2009

Manslaughter charges in the Nicole Stepen case; Town signs new garbage contract; NHTV receives State grant; North Haven News now has it’s own YouTube channel.

/ January 6, 2009

Episode 26: Rossetti Brothers World Record

The Rossetti brothers of North Haven set the Guinness World Record for longest tennis rally. The story originally aired on WTNH.

/ December 22, 2008

Episode 25: December 15, 2008

The NHEF is tops in the state; town employee pay raise controversy; & new finance director announced.

/ December 15, 2008

Episode 24: December 8, 2008

North Haven food drive in desperate need of donations; Libby’s Italian Pastry Shop coming to town; Solar-powered fitness center.

/ December 9, 2008